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New Seabin with pontoon orders from Inland and Coastal Marina Systems

Pontoon design, manufacture and installation specialist, Inland and Coastal Marina Systems (ICMS) innovates with a new Seabin on pontoon as part of its ongoing commitment reducing plastic waste in our waterways and oceans.

New Seabin with pontoon orders from Inland and Coastal Marina Systems
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Designed to be installed in marinas, yacht clubs and harbours, the award-winning Seabin acts as a floating rubbish bin and is an essential tool in the fight against ocean plastics.

ICMS’ GRC decking has excellent anti-slip properties, with recent tests showing that its GRC decking is 14% more slip resistant than hardwood timber in dry conditions and 10% in wet, putting it in the low-risk potential category for wet conditions, as opposed to hardwood which is in the moderate risk potential category.

New Seabin with pontoon orders from Inland and Coastal Marina Systems

The hardwearing GRC decking also doesn’t rot, which is something that traditional wooden pontoon decking suffers from, significantly increasing maintenance costs and reducing the life span of a wooden marina system.

“The colour and texture of our GRC decking can be altered to suit an individual marina’s requirements, offering the classic hardwood timber yacht marina aesthetic or a lighter, brighter continental look,” says Oliver Shortall, managing director at ICMS. 

“Combining the strength of concrete with the slenderness of timber, our timber effect GRC decking is the future for creating modern, sustainable marinas. As part of our sustainability effort, we always endeavour to work with the existing infrastructure as much as possible as well, making the most efficient use of time and resources.

“And as we manufacture our own GRC, our pontoons, with a design life of 30 years, offer the lowest lifetime cost of any marina decking on the market.” 

More information www.inlandandcoastal.com