Our seas and oceans provide vital ecosystems. Our mission is to preserve the marine environment by ridding the ocean of plastic for good. We remove plastic from some of the worlds most polluted areas by creating sustainable projects and solutions.
We have developed the world’s first plastic-offsetting service, creating a scalable solution to plastic waste. Working with organisations, we support them to measure, reduce and offset their plastic footprint no matter where on the sustainabliluty journey they are.
Plastic pollution is a global problem but it’s born from a lack of waste infrastructure at a local level. With a focus on coastlines and rivers in ecologically significant locations, we build projects with local communities that recover and prevent plastic pollution reaching the ocean. These projects help educate, create jobs and protect the livelihoods of these communities.
Seven Clean Seas will work with the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, the organizers for The World Cup Qatar 2022 to raise awareness about plastic pollution, develop plastic waste reduction plans and offset plastics used in the tournament by physically removing plastic waste from rivers and oceans. The amount recovered will be equivalent to the plastic waste generated from the hosting of the World Cup Qatar 2022 and will ensure the tournament is plastic neutral.
Seven Clean Seas, is partnering with Iceland Superfoods to be the UK’s first plastic neutral supermarket by designing a bespoke, multi-project, global programme for the supermarket to achieve plastic neutral status by funding and establishing the recovery and, where possible, recycling of environmental and nature-bound mixed waste plastic.
Seven Clean Seas partnered with CDL to establish the first of its kind to be certified under the Ocean Bound Plastic Neutrality Standard, making CDL’s facility at Tampines Concourse the ‘World First Certified Plastic Neutral Building’. To achieve this, Seven Clean Seas conducted a plastic footprint analysis and audit process at the targeted building, Tampines Concourse.
Seven Clean Seas have developed the world’s first plastic-offsetting service. We work with companies to pull plastic out of the ocean on their behalf. We help companies neutralise the impact they make on our planet and seas. Supply chains can be laden with plastic, our seas shouldn't be.
Plastic pollution is a global problem. But it’s born from a lack of infrastructure for responsible plastic consumption at a local level, repeated millions of times over. We work with local coastal communities to install working waste management collection services. These stop plastic ever entering the marine environment of an ecologically important Marine Protected Area. These projects help educate, create jobs and protect the livelihoods in these communities.
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An estimated 70% of all ocean plastic originates from Rivers. Seven Clean Seas has developed a revolutionary high volume, low cost River Plastic Recovery System to collect plastics before they ever reach the ocean.
At our heart, Seven Clean Seas is about action. We are hands’on sea cleaners, working on a daily basis to pull plastic out of the ocean. Our clean up operations provide work for local communities, most recently those who lost their jobs in tourism due to the COVID crisis. We partner with companies to offset the plastic in their supply chain, pulling the equivalent amount of plastic out of the ocean on their behalf.
Education is the key to achieving plastic-free oceans. If you’re faced with the impact of your plastic consumption on a daily basis, it can be difficult if not impossible to picture the impact each plastic straw can have on our seas and the animals in them. As well as helping to combat the effects of the world’s plastic consumption on our oceans, Seven Clean Seas provide education on marine protection and responsible plastic consumption as a part of our mission to turn the tide on Ocean Plastic.
The seas and oceans are the most important ecosystem on Earth. Over 70% of the world is covered in water, and the life within produces over half of our oxygen. Yet, if we carry on as we are, it’s predicted that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the sea than fish. We’re dedicated to changing this – every piece of plastic pulled out of the sea is one step closer to conserving the marine environment.
As we have developed the world’s first plastic-offsetting solution. We are also developing an innovative river clean up device. This will stop plastic from reaching the ocean before someone needs to pull it out. We won't stop until we've found a way to stop single use plastic for good.
Plastics in the natural environment are at crisis levels. Up to 38,000 jumbo jets worth of plastic enters the oceans each year. It's engulfing our oceans, clogging rivers and covering coastlines. An estimated 100,000 marine animals are losing their lives to it every year. We need to act now before it’s too late. We’re committed to providing infrastructure and gender equality in the areas we tackle the plastic crisis, aligning to SGD goals 1 (no poverty), 5 (gender equality) and 14 (life underwater).
The average person’s plastic footprint is 78.5kg a year. At Seven Clean Seas we’ve developed a plastic offsetting system which means we can pull plastic out of the ocean on behalf of our consumers – every product we sell helps to offset your plastic footprint, from a month’s worth with our water bottles to an entire year with any purchase of our limited edition prints.