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Ocean plastic plant pots made from recycled ghost nets
Rare Pallid Harrier spotted
Tue 09 May 2023 -10 May 2023

Beach Cleaning action
Gunwalloe Cove, Cornwall

The nets in Batch SEA001 were found by our favourite pirates and friends at Clean Ocean Sailing who are based in Gweek, Cornwall.

Our recycled plant pots and ocean plastic products are made from abandoned or lost fishing nets found around the British Isles. We track the nets’ journey from the sea to our workshop, transforming them into beautiful, functional eco-plant pots and sustainable products with purpose.


We believe in transparency and celebrating the volunteers who help us make a difference. Together, we are cleaning our coasts and planting positivity.

Buying one of our products supports the continued work cleaning our beaches.

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Clean Ocean Sailing /ADLFG (Abandoned, discarded, lost fishing gear) 

Gunwalloe Bay, Cornwall

Early March 2023 (Date & Story details coming)


We received many nets from Clean Ocean Sailing in Cornwall. They were alerted via their WhatsApp Group ADLFG Response (Abandoned, discarded, lost fishing gear) that many ghost nets had been found on Gunwalloe Cove. We will get more information in due course to share. You can support Clean Ocean Sailing beach cleaning work here.

Clean Ocean Sailing, based in Cornwall, is working to protect our oceans from marine debris. By working with volunteers and partners, we can remove ghost nets and other harmful waste from our seas. We are all one ocean working together, united in our love for the sea. This work helps to protect marine life and ensure a healthy ocean for future generations.

Processing Batch 1

Positive outcomes for people and planet

A percentage of profits from our product sales supports The Ocean Well Being project by Clean Ocean Sailing, which brings together marine conservation and positive social outreach, offering individuals from disadvantaged communities the opportunity to participate in ocean clean-up missions.


During three-day sea voyages on a traditional wooden sailing vessel, participants experience sailing, kayaking, and wild swimming alongside activities with a positive environmental impact - beach cleaning and processing marine plastics for recycling and repurposing.