Environment commitment brings opportunities for exhibitors
Seawork is committed to delivering an environmentally friendly and sustainable exhibition and is encouraging exhibitors to be a part of this initiative.
The exhibition will be banning all single use plastics on-site, such as plastic straws and bottles. Instead, Seawork will be offering an opportunity for companies to sponsor reusable bottles given out to all visitors at the show, clearly placing their brand at the heart of this worthwhile environmental drive.
To help reduce the exhibition’s footprint, Seawork will also be introducing steps to aid the global drive towards cleaner and healthier oceans. These will include providing on-site recycling bins and ensuring Seawork carrier bags are made from 100% recyclable materials.
To let everyone at Seawork know about the steps their businesses are taking to ensure an environmentally friendly and sustainable future Exhibitors can send details to the Seawork Team.
To reinforce the message of the environmental commitment of businesses within the commercial marine industry Seawork has partnered up with the Big Blue Ocean Cleanup, an international organisation that envisages healthy oceans and marine biodiversity.
To find out more about the sponsorship opportunities, or to tell us how your business is driving towards environmental sustainability, contact the Seawork Team on +44 1329 825 335 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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