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Total plastic recovered

14 kg

Plastic bottles recovered

462
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Plastic bags recovered

2.32K
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Our Sustainable actions

Roadmap

Chloe supported a roadmap

Sustainable inclusive playground!

6 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

92 / 2,400 kg
1 kg

plastic recovered

Our mission is to transform the plastic banana bags and nun necks waste encountered in the environment into a strong and sustainable inclusive playground made of plastic wood. With this initiative we seek to support and help the children of the María Reyna de La Paz school, an inclusive public institution that is scarce in resources.
Our project will reuse approximately 800 kilograms of plastic. With this extensive collection, we are ready to build the necessary playground structures, including handrails, a castle, a swing, and ramps to ensure their joy and inclusion.

We are working closely with the Rotary Club of Sullana, making this initiative extend its reach beyond the playground. We will develop environmental education programs and awareness workshops aimed at integrating environmental sensibility into the community.

By combining environmental responsibility with community empowerment, our projects work to promote circular economy principles, reduce environmental impact and, most importantly, improve the lives of disadvantaged children by ensuring they have spaces where they feel valued and included.

Recovery Entity supported

Roadmap

Chloe supported a roadmap

The first Medical Camp

6 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

Achievement completed
1 kg

plastic recovered

Recognizing the importance of their contribution to society and the risks associated with their work, Esperanza Global has decided to take a step towards their betterment. The company plans to organize monthly medical health camps specifically for the waste picking community. These health camps will provide a wide range of medical services such as full-body check-ups, medical advice, and the provision of necessary medicines.
In addition to medical support, the health camps will also raise awareness among the waste pickers about the importance of handling waste safely and taking protective measures to prevent injuries and infections. The waste picker community is particularly susceptible to respiratory diseases like tuberculosis and other ailments like nausea, vomiting, and headaches. Therefore, the medical health camps will address these concerns and provide the necessary treatment.

Esperanza Global is committed to securing funding to ensure the success of this initiative. By doing so, the company aims to improve the overall health and wellbeing of the waste picker community, whose contribution to society often goes unnoticed.

In summary, Esperanza Global’s initiative to organize monthly medical health camps for the waste picker community is a noble effort aimed at providing them with much-needed medical assistance and raising awareness about the importance of safe waste handling practices. With sufficient support and funding, this initiative has the potential to make a significant impact on the lives of the waste picker community.

Recovery Entity supported

Roadmap

Chloe supported a roadmap

#PLASTICFREEOCEANS

6 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

2,980 / 11,000 kg
1 kg

plastic recovered

According to the European Commission, fishing gear and single-use plastics account for 70% of marine litter in Europe. Each year, around 640.000 tons of fishing nets are abandoned in the ocean and fishing ports.
It is estimated that nowadays less tan 1.5% of this waste is recycled (The Ocean Cleanup), not only one of the most abundant plastic waste in our oceans but also the worst for marine life.

From Gravity Wave we’ve been facing up this problem in the Mediterranean Sea since 2020. First, by collaborating with both traditional fishermen and companies, we collect all kinds of plastic from the sea (including discarded fishing nets from fishing ports). In a second stage, as Gravity Wave, we are specialized in the recycling of those ghost and discarded fishing nets.

To this day, we have already achieved to create a stable recycling process to transform PE fishing nets into beautiful furniture, but we are always under continuous R&D processes that allow us to recycle both more types of nets (different types of nets, different plastics, different recycling needs) and in larger volumes.

These funds will help us to take our industrial recycling tests one step further. One step more towards one of our main purpose:
“Move those plastics and fishing nets away from our oceans and transform them into valuable raw material for the industry”.

Join the movement and support us for a #PLASTICFREEOCEANS

Recovery Entity supported

Roadmap

Chloe supported a roadmap

Mombasa Ocean Festival

7 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

7,012 / 3,000 kg
1 kg

plastic recovered

The MOF seeks to educate the community about ecological threats to our precious marine environment and the ways in which we all can better protect these environments.

Vintz & Rintz will team up with the Alliance Française* to raise awareness about the importance of sustainable ocean management and the dangers of plastic pollution to the local community.

During this week, we will participating of dfferent educational activities:

- Environmental awareness workshops in public schools in Mombasa
- Scientific day on the theme of Marine Aquaculture
- School visits at Kmfri (Children meets scientists)
-The Festival comes to Mburukenge (Tudor) – Community clean up, exhibition, open air screening
- Plastic art School Challenge with 15 schools (private and public)
- Visual Art Exhibition – recycled art
- Ocean Art Day on Saturday 10th of June (art activities for kids/parents)

Vintz & Rintz will be part of the: PLASTIC ART SCHOOL CHALLENGE

The aim will be to inspire innovation and educate students in participating schools on plastic pollution. Teachers from participating schools will be invited for a training session on plastic recycling and encouraged to share their knowledge with the students.

Rintz will be bring its technical support by donating box of recycled materials of different colours and shapes, which the group will use, to create a sculpture, collage etc… on the theme of “Ocean” and intervene in the workshops in the different schools in which the students will be taken through a workshop to create functional items (pencil holders, flower pots, packs) through single use plastics (bottle tops, plastic straws...). The workshops will also include a collective work of art made by the students using plastics, which will be displayed in the schools to commemorate the event.

SCIENCE TALKS: MARINE AQUACULTURE

In order to include a scientific component in the programming of the Mombasa Ocean Festival, we will collaborate with the Alliance Française and be part of scientific discussion on marine aquaculture. Local and international academics, researchers and stakeholders in the private sector will interact and present their work/research.

The Alliance Française de Mombasa was founded in 1975. It is a local non-profit educational and cultural organization supported by the French Embassy whose mission is teaching the French language, promoting cultural diversity and developing partnerships between France and Kenya.

Recovery Entity supported

Roadmap

Chloe supported a roadmap

#PLASTICFREEOCEANS

7 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

2,980 / 11,000 kg
1 kg

plastic recovered

According to the European Commission, fishing gear and single-use plastics account for 70% of marine litter in Europe. Each year, around 640.000 tons of fishing nets are abandoned in the ocean and fishing ports.
It is estimated that nowadays less tan 1.5% of this waste is recycled (The Ocean Cleanup), not only one of the most abundant plastic waste in our oceans but also the worst for marine life.

From Gravity Wave we’ve been facing up this problem in the Mediterranean Sea since 2020. First, by collaborating with both traditional fishermen and companies, we collect all kinds of plastic from the sea (including discarded fishing nets from fishing ports). In a second stage, as Gravity Wave, we are specialized in the recycling of those ghost and discarded fishing nets.

To this day, we have already achieved to create a stable recycling process to transform PE fishing nets into beautiful furniture, but we are always under continuous R&D processes that allow us to recycle both more types of nets (different types of nets, different plastics, different recycling needs) and in larger volumes.

These funds will help us to take our industrial recycling tests one step further. One step more towards one of our main purpose:
“Move those plastics and fishing nets away from our oceans and transform them into valuable raw material for the industry”.

Join the movement and support us for a #PLASTICFREEOCEANS

Recovery Entity supported

Collectibles

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Recyclers

7 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

1 kg

plastic recovered

Protect the environment
  1. Roadmap

    Chloe supported a roadmap

    Education and communication for more opportunities

    7 months ago
    1 kg

    plastic recovered

    91 / 20,000 kg
    1 kg

    plastic recovered

    The resources will be used in communication and environmental education campaigns in Costa Rica, so that consumers learn how to deliver materials to the collection centers and that way increase the volume of plastic recovery before it reaches landfills or water sources.
    You can help us strengthen the value chain of our allies, the grassroots recyclers, giving priority to those centers that are led by and employ more women. In these cases, we will be able to offer better purchase prices and provide them with technical support for their own business expansion plans.

    Our measure of success will be the number of people sensitized to the process and the increase in tons of plastic material for recycling that reaches our value chain. We will be able to measure this because we keep detailed control of the material received from each collection center.

    Recovery Entity supported

Roadmap

Chloe supported a roadmap

#PLASTICFREEOCEANS

7 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

2,980 / 11,000 kg
1 kg

plastic recovered

According to the European Commission, fishing gear and single-use plastics account for 70% of marine litter in Europe. Each year, around 640.000 tons of fishing nets are abandoned in the ocean and fishing ports.
It is estimated that nowadays less tan 1.5% of this waste is recycled (The Ocean Cleanup), not only one of the most abundant plastic waste in our oceans but also the worst for marine life.

From Gravity Wave we’ve been facing up this problem in the Mediterranean Sea since 2020. First, by collaborating with both traditional fishermen and companies, we collect all kinds of plastic from the sea (including discarded fishing nets from fishing ports). In a second stage, as Gravity Wave, we are specialized in the recycling of those ghost and discarded fishing nets.

To this day, we have already achieved to create a stable recycling process to transform PE fishing nets into beautiful furniture, but we are always under continuous R&D processes that allow us to recycle both more types of nets (different types of nets, different plastics, different recycling needs) and in larger volumes.

These funds will help us to take our industrial recycling tests one step further. One step more towards one of our main purpose:
“Move those plastics and fishing nets away from our oceans and transform them into valuable raw material for the industry”.

Join the movement and support us for a #PLASTICFREEOCEANS

Recovery Entity supported

Plastic Credit

Chloe supported a Recovery Entity

Second Life Certificate 2

8 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

1 kg

plastic recovered

Second Life is on a mission to collect and recycle ocean plastic from biodiversity hotspots from some of our world’s most beautiful beaches. We support a network of informal collectors by purchasing plastic at 50-100% above the normal market price, which helps pay for boat transportation costs and incentives that reward island plastic collection and delivery back to the mainland for recycling at our factories. As of February 2022, Second Life is the first plastic project in the world independently audited and certified under the Verra Plastic Waste Reduction Standard, an international environmental standards organization, which guarantees that all plastic collected and recycled by Second Life would not have been otherwise and therefore represents additional plastic removal from the environment.

This NFT directly supports kilograms of plastic collected by these collectors on the Thai islands of Koh Lanta, Koh Jum, Koh Klang and Koh Sriboya located in the province of Krabi, Thailand.

Recovery Entity supported

Plastic Credit

Chloe supported a Recovery Entity

Njombe Beyond Plastic Recovery Guarantee 0001

9 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

1 kg

plastic recovered

Plastic waste (broken chairs) collected from a local bar and some other plastic waste collected from the street
Plastic Credit

Chloe sold a Recovery Entity

Chloe Plastic Recovery Guarantee 1

11 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

1 kg

plastic recovered

Recovery Entity supported

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