18 September 2020, the European Union set a threshold for washed up marine waste on beaches: fewer than 20 items of debris every 100 metres. Under this threshold, the beach is considered to be in good ecological condition. The Union is now asking member states to roll out strategies for the protection of the marine environment and has set a concrete objective for beaches, drawn up in compliance with the Marine Strategy Framework Directive.
In this context, Poralu Marine, the world’s leading manager, designer and manufacturer of aluminium marinas launched The Searial Cleaners, the first range of shoreline waste collectors. For 35 years the company has been an active player in the territorial development of natural shorelines, making them more accessible to people. The quality and the neutrality of Poralu Marine’s products are part of its DNA and bear witness to the company’s consideration of the direct impact of human activity on these fragile zones. For several years it has observed how littoral zones, or shorelines, have been increasingly damaged with the passing of time.
Source: Polaru Marine