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Join the new Interest Group for stakeholders interested in reducing marine plastic pollution from fisheries and aquaculture

A new Interest Group, which is free to join, has been created for businesses and organisations interested in reducing marine plastic pollutions from fisheries and aquaculture activities.

The Interest Group is part of a European funded project called INdiGO, of which Marine South East is a partner. The project aims to reduce marine plastic pollution from fisheries and aquaculture activities by developing innovative fishing gear that is more respectful of the environment. The project also aims to improve the prevention and management of pollution generated by discarded fishing gear.

For more information about the project, how to get involved and the link to join the interest group please go to:

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Posted 2020-09-23 09:29:25

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