Over 8 million tonnes of plastics are dumped in the oceans every year, half of which floats, and 100% of which breaks down into ever smaller particles.

What Are We Doing?

There are a number of large-scale operations seeking to mitigate against plastics in the ocean.  We are complementary to these, but seek improve on them in four key ways

  1. We can make significant progress without vast capital outlays.
  2. We will solve the problem in specific locations, such as the Philippines, the Red Sea, and the Arabian Gulf, which the former projects will not and cannot address.
  3. We will more rapidly acquire sustainable revenues and will require far less capital expenditure to achieve those revenues.
  4. Our business model is a more sophisticated franchising operation. We will prove the technology and optimise all its components, and then take a royalty stream from operatives licensing from us in a franchise model which will allow a very rapid scaling of this solution. This minimises our capital risk. We also anticipate making a very healthy revenue.

In the News

Countryfile Spring Diaries – BBC

Countryfile Spring Diaries – BBC

In today's show, Jules takes to the water to uncover a shocking picture of how plastic is making its way into the food chain, and finds out what we can all do to make a difference. Watch on BBC...

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Other Organisations

Over 8 million tonnes of plastics are dumped in the oceans every year, half of which floats, and 100% of which breaks down into ever smaller particles.

Over 8 million tonnes of plastics are dumped in the oceans every year, half of which floats, and 100% of which breaks down into ever smaller particles.