Plastic-Mobile helps 150kg of plastic get repurposed

The creation of the Plastic-Mobile helps 150kg of plastic collected from the Mar Menor beach of Encañizadas to get repurposed by a wonderful local company.

MENOR Plastic, a company who creates recycled plastic products recovered from the beaches of the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean Sea, has come up with a clever way to transport large amounts of washed up plastic in order to get reused and repurposed.

Thanks to an ingenious idea and creative solution, the Plastic-Mobile was born and large amounts of plastic can now be easily transported.

During their latest walk along the beaches of Mar Menor, they found a huge pile of plastic waste, 150kg to be precise, in the Channel area in which they had already recently recovered two piles of washed up and discarded plastic.

The piles of problematic plastic waste had been grouped together by bathers and considerate local residents in order for the collection from the company, although the nearest container is up to 3km away and its protected enclave makes it difficult for a pickup vehicle to get there often.

Before, the company may have been unsuccessful in removing all of the plastic, with many of it making its way back into the sea or along the beach, however the Plastic-Mobile has changed that.

The Plastic-Mobile now allows for the two company members to sort through the plastic and transport them to the corresponding containers.

Menor Plastic, upon collection, transform the waste and give them a new lease of life and make them into reusable and sustainable gifts.

The gifts are made into a wide variety of 100% sustainable items, helping in the fight for a future with zero waste.

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Matthew Roscoe

Originally from the UK, Matthew is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]


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