Healthy Seas fishing net recovery 2014 video released

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26 March 2015

Following the publication of our infographic capturing our activities in 2014, we proudly present our latest video, showing our fishing net recovery results for 2014! The story is presented by one of our divers and a Healthy Seas partner, without whom we could never have achieved this!

In 2014 31 tons of nets were collected by our divers.
We saved thousands of fish, crabs, seals and birds.
The nets were recycled into almost 2.5 million kilometres of high-quality ECONYL® yarn.
More than 800,000 pairs of socks were produced with the nylon.

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Fishing net recovery 2014

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