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       Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have had to restructured our business plan and are happy to announce that we are now funding the collection of ocean-bound plastic in Haiti, the Philippines and Indonesia!


      How it works:
      90% of ocean plastic comes from rivers that flow into the ocean. With the help of Plastic Bank, we fund the collection of single-use plastics in areas where ocean pollution is most prevalent (ie. Indonesia, Haiti & The Philippines). We help fund recycling programs where locals can exchange recyclable items for cash or household goods. This gives plastic waste new value which reduces the flow of plastic into rivers and oceans. The plastic collected is then recycled and turned into new products creating a circular economy.

      As of Sept 17th 2020, we have already funded the collection of 

      55,000 ocean-bound bottles!

      Our goal is to fund the collection of 1,000,000 ocean bound bottles by year's end. 

      Our founder Chris at a bottle processing plant in Bali, Indonesia
      The bottles are pressed into cubes making them easy to transport.

      The cubes are then trucked to a facility where they are shredded and turned into pellets. These pellets are sold to manufacturers and become new products creating a circular economy.


      In early March 2020, we were forced back to Canada due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As such we had to pause our beach cleans in Indonesia for the foreseeable future.

      Between Jan-Feb 2020, we funded multiple beach cleans in Indonesia and our team cleaned 2,068.57 lbs of ocean plastic and other harmful marine debris!

      Sea Clean launched on Kickstarter Nov 2019


      Feb 21st, 2020 - Beach Clean - Pantai Tampih - Cleaned 1073.32 lbs

      Jan 26th, 2020 - Beach Clean - Masceti Beach - Cleaned 538.40 lbs

       < Video coming soon >

       April 23rd, 2019 - Beach Clean - Goa Lawah - Cleaned 456.85 lbs


      < Video coming soon >