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PLASTIC POLLUTION

Devoted to protecting marine creatures.

The SEA LIFE Trust is a registered marine conservation charity working globally to find solutions for the issues of plastic pollution and microplastics. We want to eliminate plastic pollution and find a way to clear our oceans of microplastics and dangerous plastic debris.

 

Scientists estimate that up to 26 million tons of plastic waste end up in the ocean each year, killing millions of marine creatures. Around 80% of this plastic comes from the land as litter is carried out to sea by rivers and blown by the wind from landfill into the ocean. The other 20% comes from ships at sea.

 

 

FACT

SEA LIFE’s retail packaging has been reduced by over 30% in the last year and their use of PVC plastic by over 75%. 

FACT

Microplastics and the dangerous chemicals they contain find their way onto our plates in the seafood we eat causing cancer and other serious health issues.

FACT

Plastic breaks down into tiny bits which enter the food chain.

FACT

SEA LIFE’s retail packaging has been reduced by over 30% in the last year and their use of PVC plastic by over 75%. 

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FACT

SEA LIFE’s retail packaging has been reduced by over 30% in the last year and their use of PVC plastic by over 75%. 

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FACT

Microplastics and the dangerous chemicals they contain find their way onto our plates in the seafood we eat causing cancer and other serious health issues.

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FACT

Microplastics and the dangerous chemicals they contain find their way onto our plates in the seafood we eat causing cancer and other serious health issues.

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FACT

Plastic breaks down into tiny bits which enter the food chain.

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FACT

Plastic breaks down into tiny bits which enter the food chain.

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FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN HELP

Visit The SEA LIFE Trust website

 

Important Visitor Information

The health and safety of our guests and team is our top priority and further to the Government’s updated advice on Covid-19 coronavirus, we have made the decision to temporarily close SEA LIFE Bray as a precautionary measure.

The closure, which is effective from 19th March, is due to the operational nature of the attraction and is consistent with guidance on social distancing in relation to Covid-19 coronavirus. Moving forward, we will remain in contact with the relevant authorities on when we can re-open.