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4 kgPlastic recovered
Recity envisions to keep plastics in the economy and out of the environment. Today, we maximize the circularity of plastics by delivering inclusive, traceable and sustainable cities with cross-value chain collaborations in the ecosystem. Our key solutions are: Delivering high quality recyclates to enable a circular economy – Circular Packaging, Deploying traceable and digital innovations – Waste Intelligence Streamlining plastic waste management in cities – Circular CitiesSupport Now!
21,319 kgPlastic recovered
The annual plastic consumption in Chile is around 1 million tons, of which only 7% is recycled. Collection and sorting facilities are limited, despite the number of small manual sorting systems, such as the system developed by Reciclador Chile. The lack of automatic and modern infrastructure explains how much the society relies on these smaller projects to keep their communities clean and to recycle in higher rates. Reciclador Chile is a company located in the province of Valparaiso, Chile, committed to caring for the environment and communities by implementing a system to manage solid waste and its recovery in an efficient and timely manner.Support Now!
Spain, Comunidad Valenciana.
20 kgPlastic recovered
Plastic has become a ubiquitous material in our oceans. It is part of people’s everyday life and it is a usual presence on its beaches and at sea. Every year, between 8 and 12 million tons of plastic are dumped into our seas and oceans. Only in the Mediterranean Sea (THE MOST POLLUTED SEA IN THE WORLD), 0.57 million tonnes of plastic enters its waters. This is equivalent to dumping 33,800 plastic bottles into the sea every minute. Without action, this number will keep growing as plastic waste generation in the region is expected to quadruple by 2050. If this happens, we will have more plastic than fish by that year and we are not going to allow it.Support Now!
5,505 kgPlastic recovered
Green Worms seeks to alleviate the plastic pollution crises and poverty by embracing a circular economy model which will create dignified jobs by diverting waste from landfills and oceans. The project was founded in the village of Kerala and already operates in 20 more towns and coastal villages of India. Since 2014, when it was founded, the project has already recovered 39,400 tons of waste and has created 300+ jobs for women, empowering them with technical and professional skills. Green Worms is building a female workforce in waste management, changing the cultural approach to tackle the waste crisis and to mitigate oceanic plastic pollution.Support Now!
108,367 kgPlastic recovered
India generates 15 million tons of plastic waste every year but only ¼ is recycled. The Safai Saathis, the waste pickers who collect plastic waste for a living, are mostly women. They play an important role in keeping the environment clean, and projects such as Esperanza ensure their social protection and create opportunities for safe, sustainable, and dignified working conditions. Founded in 2018, Esperanza is a social enterprise that works with the Safai Saathis to collect waste in the environment and recycle it in their facilities, to later sell the plastic as a raw material. One of the missions of Esperanza is to provide dignified jobs for women, and for this reason, women represent over 60% of their employees.Support Now!
Costa Rica, Heredia.
11,176 kgPlastic recovered
Mundorep is a Costa Rican company. It specializes in transforming the types of plastic known as single-use, for example, product packaging bags, or supermarket shopping bags, and with them generates not only local jobs, but also high-value resins for the local and international market, preventing these plastics from remaining in the environment.Support Now!