WesCom takes environmental steps
Marine distress signal company, WesCom Signal and Rescue, has launched its environmental impact charter, highlighting the need for companies to operate in more environmentally responsible ways.
The company has teamed up with Bianca Jayne-Carr, founder of The Final Straw Solent – a community motivated to shedding light and taking action on the damaging impacts of plastic pollution for consultation and guidance.
Bianca has worked with more than 250 companies to date, driving businesses to be more environmentally aware and help sustain the world for the future.
“As a non-profit, community interest company, we are passionate about working with local businesses to help them minimise their environmental impact and future-proof our local seas and wider oceans,” explained Bianca.”
Chris Feibusch, director of global marketing and communications at WesCom Signal and Rescue, added: “WesCom Signal and Rescue has been dedicated to marine safety for more than 100 years and we understand the importance of taking further steps towards environmental responsibility and protecting marine life, as well as human lives out at sea.”
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