Pinmar Yacht Supply introduces a new sustainable initiative with Ecoworks marine refill stations

Offered By Pinmar Yacht Supply

Ecoworks Marine and Pinmar Yacht Supply have collaborated to introduce the first in-store refill station for the EcoYacht Wash product, helping to protect the oceans from wasteful single use plastic. The first of many stations to be introduced is situated at Pinmar Yacht Supply’s store inside the STP shipyard in Palma de Mallorca.

Alongside being eco-friendly, the initiative also provides customers with considerable savings on EcoYacht Wash, with refills being offered at a heavily discounted rate. Its aim is to increase the number of filling stations in retail shops, and with a successful uptake of this first product, Pinmar Yacht Supply will be looking to introduce more of the Ecoworks range as a refill option.

Founded in 2015, the family run business has set out to champion the sustainable revolution in marine cleaning. They use cultures of bacteria, enzymes, and blends of bio‐renewable eco‐surfactants as ingredients that are more environmentally favourable in terms of aquatic toxicity, sustainability, and biodegradability.

Ecoworks product.

Angus Johnston, head of brand at Ecoworks Marine, said, “Refills were always on our mind, and we’ve had many customers asking for this option. We supply our products in containers up to 20 litres so effectively larger yachts can implement refill stations of their own onboard, but not all yachts have the space for this, so we wanted to introduce Ecoworks refills into chandleries.”

Ecoworks marine have been a step ahead of the yachting industry by championing the sustainable revolution in marine cleaning, offering eco‐friendly products packaged in recycled materials to the marine community. They have introduced a toxic and phosphate free product range using completely natural ingredients that are safe for our oceans, without reducing the high‐quality standards expected of a superyacht finish.

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