The Blog 2018-10-15T13:26:19+00:00

EYS Team – Beach Clean Up

Sinead, Barbara and Dee were out on the Salis beach in Antibes recently helping to clean. A lot of straws, cigarette butts and plastic bottles. Also a fake nail kit

September 10th, 2018|

COTTON BUDS: use paper stems, not plastic

A large % of plastic-stemmed cotton buds reach our beaches and coastlines. The effect on the marine environment and the plastic content of our food is huge. It is

August 17th, 2018|

Why use eco-friendly laundry products?

There’s really nothing like the fresh scent of newly washed laundry, so it’s too bad that many of the conventional products we use to get our clothes clean are petroleum-based

July 31st, 2018|

Single-use plastics are suffocating our seas

We have all seen the horrific photos of how plastics are damaging our oceans. There are many simple ways we can help by reducing our plastic usage. So, no excuses!

July 20th, 2018|

Protecting Posidonia – the lungs of the Med

Posidonia Oceanica, commonly known as seagrass, is a plant (not a seaweed), adapted to underwater life in the sea. It is a key element in preserving the Mediterranean Sea’s

July 12th, 2018|

Oceans provide 70% of our oxygen

…and 100% of our income Change just two of your everyday products onboard such as laundry and dishwasher detergents and you can lower your damage to our oceans and marine

March 4th, 2018|

Caring for your silverware

Silver is definitely not a dishwasher friendly item Wash it with a phosphate free detergent and dry by hand It is important to use a soft cloth when drying

March 4th, 2018|

Best way to remove a stain

The most underused yet highly effective stain remover is a detergent solution, as found in the Ecover and Neutralseife Stain Remover tubes. The built-in brush assists penetration of the detergent

February 21st, 2018|

Why use biological toilet cleaners?

It’s simple really, common supermarket toilet cleaners are not friendly to the environment, nor are they friendly to the engineer’s delicate onboard waste system. Biological toilet cleaners such as Gamazyme

January 21st, 2018|