Kilos of plastic removed from the ocean so far.
That’s 5,892,491 lbs!!
Formal jobs created as collection crew
And look what we find...
- 31.99%Apparel & Textile
- 18.81%Fishing Lines
- 10.77%Plastic Bags
- 10.68%Bulky Plastic Waste
- 7.53%Product & Logistics Packaging
- 6.03%Personal Care
- 2.50%Plastic Bottles & Bottle Caps
- 9.17%Everything Else
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Seven Clean Seas exists to build and operate impact projects that clean the oceans and generate fairly paid, formal jobs.
Batam, an industrial hub in the Riau Archipelago with 1.2 million residents, faces escalating plastic pollution. Local waters, once crystal-clear, now suffer from plastic debris, posing health risks. Seven Clean Seas launched a plastic collection initiative, but challenges persist, as a significant portion of collected waste is non-recyclable, heading to Batam's landfill.Explore
Bintan Island, the original Seven Clean Seas Impact Project, is home to 150,000 residents and vibrant marine life and faces severe ocean plastic pollution. Currents bring ocean plastic waste to its shores, compounded by inadequate waste management. Dugongs, dolphins, and sea turtles are at risk.Explore
River Bengkong, Indonesia
The Bengkong River, a 2.81 km river situated within our Ocean Impact Project sites, originates in the heart of Batam and courses through densely populated residential and industrial areas, ultimately discharging into the ocean. Unfortunately, the river's current state reveals a disconcerting black colouration and an accumulation of waste, notably plastic.Explore
Chao Phraya river ranks 1st in the country and 15th globally as the top plastic-emitting river. The river transports around 4 million kg of riverine plastic annually, including serious concerns about microplastic pollution in its surface and sediment. But here comes the HIPPO, our High Impact Plastic POllution remover that's about to drastically change the status quo.Explore
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Waves of Social Impact at Seven Clean Seas
Solving the plastic crisis means does not only mean cleanups. It's all about education! See how we intigrate social impact in our projects in the blog below.Read article
Plastic Overshoot Day is happening earlier and everyone should care about it.
As we are coming towards the end month Plastic Free July, a global movement to encourage people be part of the solution to plastic pollution, we are also approaching the Plastic Overshoot Day on July 28, 2023.Read article
The peculiar wonders of the marine world
Happy World Ocean Day! This is the special day to honour what the ocean has given us; oxygen, natural resources, and a beautiful world to explore. Take a look at some of the fascinating facts about the marine realm to appreciate the ocean’s boundless wonders.Read article
Embracing Sustainability: How Companies Can Drastically Reduce Plastic in the Food & Beverage Industry
Data, statistics, and actionable strategies businesses can implement to make a substantial difference in plastic reduction and contribute to a greener future.Read article
Uncovering the Plastisphere: a closer look to plastic pollution
Discover the fascinating plastisphere, where plastic waste impacts not only our visible world, but also the hidden realm beyond our sight!Read article
Plastic Credits 101: A Guide to Plastic Claims
Everything you need to know about how to communicate your plastic reduction and offsetting efforts to make sure you do it in the right way and you know… avoid greenwashing?Read article
How can you reduce plastic as a company?
Reducing plastic use requires upstream innovation and an entire shift in the way we think about plastics. We need to rethink the entire plastic system, but how?Read article
Employee engagement & sustainability: what are the benefits?
Solving the plastic crisis is not a one-person job. Let's see how you and your team can benefit from sustainable activities within the workspace!Read article
Measuring your company's plastic footprint
Organisations are under increasing pressure from consumers, investors and the government to further sustainability commitments. What can you really do?Read article