Developing tomorrow’s fishing gear

The INdIGO project aims to reduce marine plastic pollution from fisheries and aquaculture activities.

  • By developing innovative fishing gear more respectful of the marine environment.
  • By improving the prevention and management of pollution generated by fishing gear.

It brings together 10 French and English partners:

  • 6 research institutions: University of Southern Brittany, University Plymouth, University of Portsmouth, IFREMER, CEFAS, SMEL
  • 4 private partners: NaturePlast, Filt, IRMA, Marine South East

INdIGO Partnership

INdIGO is a European project funded by the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg France (Channel) England programme for the period 2019-2023.

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