Global offshore geotechnical data acquisition, analysis and reporting specialist Geoquip Marine is proud to be continuing its ESG journey in 2022 and is committed to more sustainable business practices while operating as a proactive environmental steward.
As part of a growing number of Sustainability initiatives taking place across the company’s global operations, employees based at Geoquip Marine’s Bristol office volunteered their time to conduct a beach clean along Sand Bay, a stretch of coastline located approximately 2 miles north of Weston-Super-Mare.
Organised by Geoquip Marine Environmental Project Manager Claire Madeleine Gold, the morning-long beach cleaning project proved to be a big success with staff from different teams and departments coming together to collect rubbish and other discarded items that had either been abandoned on the beach itself or washed up with the tide.
“It’s always a pleasure to be able to give back to local communities like this, especially when we can also make a positive impact on the environment. We ended up collecting 25-30kg of rubbish while we were there at Sand Bay, consisting mainly of plastics, cans and other needlessly discarded items. A huge thank you to everyone who took part – it was very windy, but it was definitely worth it!”
Claire Madeleine Gold, Environmental Project Manager
Claire was joined on the day by staff Geoquip Marine’s main UK office, including Ankita Dave, Claire Roets, Joe Cole and Harry Brock. Geoquip Marine would like to extend its gratitude to everyone who volunteered their time and effort on the day, and their continued commitment to supporting our ESG initiatives.
To learn more about Geoquip Marine’s commitment to Sustainability, and to read our latest Annual Sustainability Report, click here