Monday Night Football make Ocean Rescue pledge to 'pass on plastic'
Last Updated: 06/02/18 3:44pm
Jamie Carragher and MNF presenter Dave Jones have pledged to #PassOnPlastic to mark the one-year anniversary of Sky's Ocean Rescue campaign.
Sky has committed to transform its business operations by eliminating all single-use plastics from its operations, products and supply chain by 2020 and the Monday Night Football team are joining in with a promise of their own.
Before the game between Swansea and Liverpool, Carragher and Jones took some time out to let everyone know they will #PassOnPlastic from now on.
Launched on 24th January 2017, Sky Ocean Rescue aims to shine a spotlight on the issues of ocean health, particularly single-use plastic, and inspire people to make small everyday changes.
As a business, Sky has committed to going single-use plastic free by 2020 and has made progress on this journey, including; removing all single-use plastic water bottles from its offices, saving approximately 450,000 single-used plastic bottles in a year; creating an ocean friendly café at its headquarters to test out ways of going single-use plastic free, launching the Sky Soundbox which had single-use plastic free packaging.
Find out more about the issues affecting our ocean and how you can #PassOnPlastic at the Sky Ocean Rescue Facebook page, @skyoceanrescue on Twitter, or visit skyoceanrescue.com.
Watch the video above to see Jones and Carragher get involved in the one-year anniversary celebrations.