We couldn't do it without you

Seven Clean Seas works with individuals, businesses and institutions to generate environmental and social impact at scale. Because the sea it's f**king awesome!

An ocean
without plastic.
Picture it!

At Seven Clean Seas, our philosophy embodies a holistic approach to combating plastic pollution, intertwining environmental restoration with social empowerment. Beyond removing plastic debris, we believe in generating fairly paid formal jobs to uplift impacted coastal communities and nurture a sense of environmental stewardship.

What can
you do

Fund our efforts

Become a real ocean hero! For every 2$ you donate, we will recover 1kg of plastic from the ocean on your behalf.


Involve your work

We can help you set and smash your sustainability goals whilst simultaneously generating funding to help clean the ocean.

Get in touch

Partner up

Brand partnerships are a great way to join forces and make impact together. Sustainability is sexy, let your audience know it!


Support our Impact Projects

Seven Clean Seas exists to build and operate impact projects that clean the oceans and generate fairly paid, formal jobs.

Batam, Indonesia

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.


Bintan, Indonesia

​​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.


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.


HIPPO, Thailand

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.