A floating rubbing bin called the Seabin has been installed at St. Katharine Docks to tackle water pollution and prevent rubbish to flow back into the River Thames and ultimately the oceans
London’s first Seabin is installed in the docklands
The fourth Seabin in the UK has been installed in the London's docklands to tackle litter and plastic pollution in the River Thames
Holyhead Marina: Clean up operation is making progress with the help of volunteers
The clean up operation of Holyhead Marina and nearby beaches is making progress with more than 15 tonnes of polystyrene and 2,300 litres of oil recovered
Tynemouth is first in the North East to earn plastic-free status
Tynemouth, Aberporth and Perranporth are the latest communities to be awarded plastic-free status by marine conservation charity Surfers Against Sewage
Canada’s Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act will make abandoning boats illegal
Transport Minister Marc Garneau's Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act would make abandoning boats illegal with hefty fines for those who don't comply
Tackling ocean pollution: Bottle deposit return system for Scotland
A deposit return system for drinks containers is to be introduced in Scotland with the aim of reducing pollution in the sea and on land
Video: Gran Canaria ferry smashes into breakwater resulting in diesel spill
Government officials say 13 people were injured when the Naviera Armas' ferry, Volcano, crashed into a breakwater in Gran Canaria
British Marine welcomes Thames Water’s record £20m fine for dumping sewage in river Thames
Thames Water has received the record £20.3 million fine after polluting the river and beaches by dumping untreated sewage
Princess Cruise Lines fined record amount for dumping at sea
Princess Cruise Lines is to pay $40 million after pleading guilty to charges relating to the illegal dumping of oil contaminated waste from the Caribbean Princess cruise ship.
Barge skipper fined for dumping rubbish at sea
Mark Tamburrano, who skippered the Beta barge, was seen throwing rubbish into the sea close to shellfish beds in Torquay Bay.
Foreign ship could face prosecution for Great Barrier Reef oil spill
The authorities in Queensland have announced that they have identified the ship that spilled tonnes of oil on the Great Barrier Reef.