“Nos vamos a sumar al programa Netpositiva de la compañía Bureo, quienes vienen trabajando desde el 2013 para evitar que la contaminación plástica llegue a los océanos. El éxito de este proyecto es la participación de las pesquerías y los pescadores”, destacó Buehs.

De acuerdo con datos globales, la humanidad vierte 18 mil millones de libras de plástico en los océanos cada año. En ese contexto, David Stover, socio fundador de Burro, argumentó que “el principal problema es la falta de infraestructura disponible para cuando las redes lleguen al final de su vida útil. Por eso es imprescindible trabajar juntos”.

Stover destacó que con las redes se han podido elaborar un sinnúmero de objetos como chompas, gorras, bolsos, entre otros, que de una u otra forma generan posibilidad de trabajo para varias familias.

En el acuerdo, que se efectuó la semana pasada en Manta, provincia de Manabí, participaron la Cámara Nacional de Pesquería de Ecuador (CNP), Fundación para la Conservación de     Atunes (Tunacons) y la Asociación de Atuneros del Ecuador.

INSUMO QUE SE REUTILIZA EN LA MODA 

Cada día hay más diseñadores, fabricantes y marcas de moda que apuestan por ofrecer a sus clientes prendas de vestir, ropa deportiva o material para el hogar fabricados a partir de tejidos elaborados con fibras textiles procedentes del reciclaje. Incluso, la industria del automóvil ya se está incorporando a esta tendencia.

Forman parte de la que se denomina economía sostenible y circular. Un buen ejemplo de todo esto es la Fundación Ecoalf y su proyecto Upcycling the Oceans dedicado a recoger y transformar redes, plásticos y otros objetos abandonados en los fondos marinos.

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The country’s fishing industry signed an agreement to project the recycling of disused fishing nets. Officially, the sector joined the Redes de América program.

Ricardo Buehs, president of the Asociación de Atuneros del Ecuador (Atunec), said that this is an agreement of collaboration and integration of the fishing sector, with the aim of recycling at least 200 tons of unused nets and prevent them from remaining in places where they cause damage to the planet.
“We are going to join the Netpositiva program of the Bureo company, who have been working since 2013 to prevent plastic pollution from reaching the oceans. The success of this project is the participation of fisheries and fishermen,” highlighted Buehs.

According to global data, humanity dumps 18 billion pounds of plastic into the oceans every year. In this context, David Stover, founding partner of Burro, argued that “the main problem is the lack of infrastructure available for when the nets reach the end of their useful life. That is why it is essential to work together.

Stover pointed out that the nets have been used to make countless items such as sweaters, hats, bags, among others, which in one way or another generate employment opportunities for several families.

The agreement, which took place last week in Manta, Manabí province, involved the National Chamber of Fisheries of Ecuador (CNP), the Tuna Conservation Foundation (Tunacons) and the Association of Tuna Farmers of Ecuador.

INPUT THAT IS REUSED IN FASHION

More and more designers, manufacturers and fashion brands are choosing to offer their customers clothing, sportswear and household materials made from fabrics made from recycled textile fibers. Even the automotive industry is already joining this trend.

They are part of the so-called sustainable and circular economy. A good example of all this is the Ecoalf Foundation and its Upcycling the Oceans project dedicated to collecting and transforming nets, plastics and other objects abandoned on the seabed.

Cover image courtesy of Expreso Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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