On Saturday June 25, there was a beach-cleaning operation at Costa d’en Blanes led by Marineland Mallorca along with the Balearic Federation of Underwater Actions, the Sapema Membership and Calvia city corridor.
From 10am, some hundred volunteers plus divers, fishermen and assist boats took half in eradicating waste from the seabed and the seashore.
This motion was a part of the #NoplasticsMarinelandMallorca marketing campaign that Marineland started in 2019 for elevating consciousness of plastic air pollution. This air pollution is damaging each nook of the planet, however it’s particularly important within the Balearics. Overproduction of plastics is affecting the Mediterranean to a higher extent, as a result of sea’s traits.
International figures are alarming. Virtually 95% of the plastic we produce isn’t recycled. This deteriorates the setting, which absorbs poisonous substances, affecting the meals chain and harming and even killing many species of marine animals resembling turtles. Lately, it has been calculated that there are 1.25 million microplastics per kilometre within the Mediterranean.
At Marineland Mallorca, there’s a dedication to elevating consciousness in regards to the significance of caring for nature and the marine world. That is by means of initiatives resembling seashore cleansing, encompassed within the #NoplasticsMarinelandMallorca programme. Marineland promotes the significance of sustainability and social dedication to place an finish to the dangerous results on nature, making an attempt to cut back the footprint of man on the pure setting and serving to to protect the richness of the ocean.
The seashore cleansing operation additionally had the assist of the Council of Mallorca, Sporting Membership Portals, Costa d’en Blanes group of homeowners, Blausub Manacor, Solidarity Bubbles, Leads, Isurus, Dive Cornet Detap, SOS Mamas Baleares, and Reina Mª Cristina bakery and pastry store.