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Total plastic recovered

47 kg

Plastic bottles recovered

1.55K
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Plastic bags recovered

7.8K
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Our Sustainable actions

Roadmap

Swapper supported a roadmap

#PLASTICFREEOCEANS

7 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

2,730 / 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

Swapper bought a collectible

Monkey from Latin America #72

7 months ago
10 kg

plastic recovered

10 kg

plastic recovered

  • Customize your Jersey for Free: As a collector of our special digital items, you not only possess a piece of football history but also enjoy the privilege of customizing your jersey at no additional cost at any official FC Barcelona store.
  1. Roadmap

    Swapper supported a roadmap

    The first Medical Camp

    7 months ago
    10 kg

    plastic recovered

    Achievement completed
    10 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

Swapper supported a roadmap

#PLASTICFREEOCEANS

8 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

2,730 / 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

Swapper supported a roadmap

#PLASTICFREEOCEANS

8 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

2,730 / 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

Swapper supported a roadmap

#PLASTICFREEOCEANS

8 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

2,730 / 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

Swapper supported a roadmap

#PLASTICFREEOCEANS

8 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

2,730 / 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

Swapper supported a roadmap

#PLASTICFREEOCEANS

8 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

2,730 / 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

Swapper supported a roadmap

#PLASTICFREEOCEANS

8 months ago
1 kg

plastic recovered

2,730 / 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

Swapper bought a collectible

Toucan fromLatin America #137

11 months ago
15 kg

plastic recovered

15 kg

plastic recovered

  • Customize your Jersey for Free: As a collector of our special digital items, you not only possess a piece of football history but also enjoy the privilege of customizing your jersey at no additional cost at any official FC Barcelona store.
  1. Roadmap

    Swapper supported a roadmap

    Plant infrastructure improvements

    11 months ago
    15 kg

    plastic recovered

    8,073 / 7,920 kg
    15 kg

    plastic recovered

    Reciclador Chile, an organization dedicated to recycling and environmental sustainability, is seeking improvements and funding to enhance their operations and efficiency.
    Reciclador Chile currently has five digital Roman scales that are used to track the weight of collected plastic. The collected quantities are reported daily through a WhatsApp group and recorded in Excel spreadsheets for traceability and data analysis. To improve accuracy and efficiency, a new digital Roman scale is needed, along with software to automate data entry and a soil stabilizer for weighing plastic optimally. This will optimize weighing procedures and ensure compliance with ISO 9001 certification requirements.

    In addition to the scale, Reciclador Chile aims to acquire three folding tents for corporate and recycling activities. These tents will be used in outdoor events to provide shelter from sunlight and rain, and they will feature the Reciclador Chile logo.

    The organization's service truck, used for transporting collected plastic, requires mechanical and aesthetic repairs due to continuous use and wear. Tasks such as rust removal, dent repair, repainting, and component replacements are necessary to restore the truck's functionality.

    To enhance security and control access, Reciclador Chile plans to replace the existing manual gate with an automatic gate for their facilities. The automatic gate will provide better security and monitoring of vehicular and pedestrian access.

    The implementation of a crane arm is essential to assist in lifting heavy bags, sacks, and containers, reducing the strain on workers, and preventing injuries caused by overexertion. This will improve employee well-being, productivity, and reduce absenteeism.

    To address the uneven surfaces and instability of the soil in their facilities, Reciclador Chile requires a soil stabilizer. This stabilizer will prevent vehicles from getting stuck and improve maneuverability, ensuring smooth operations and timely fulfillment of work obligations.

    Recovery Entity supported

Collectibles

Swapper bought a collectible

Turtle around the world #119

11 months ago
15 kg

plastic recovered

15 kg

plastic recovered

  • Customize your Jersey for Free: As a collector of our special digital items, you not only possess a piece of football history but also enjoy the privilege of customizing your jersey at no additional cost at any official FC Barcelona store.
  1. Roadmap

    Swapper supported a roadmap

    Plant infrastructure improvements

    11 months ago
    15 kg

    plastic recovered

    8,073 / 7,920 kg
    15 kg

    plastic recovered

    Reciclador Chile, an organization dedicated to recycling and environmental sustainability, is seeking improvements and funding to enhance their operations and efficiency.
    Reciclador Chile currently has five digital Roman scales that are used to track the weight of collected plastic. The collected quantities are reported daily through a WhatsApp group and recorded in Excel spreadsheets for traceability and data analysis. To improve accuracy and efficiency, a new digital Roman scale is needed, along with software to automate data entry and a soil stabilizer for weighing plastic optimally. This will optimize weighing procedures and ensure compliance with ISO 9001 certification requirements.

    In addition to the scale, Reciclador Chile aims to acquire three folding tents for corporate and recycling activities. These tents will be used in outdoor events to provide shelter from sunlight and rain, and they will feature the Reciclador Chile logo.

    The organization's service truck, used for transporting collected plastic, requires mechanical and aesthetic repairs due to continuous use and wear. Tasks such as rust removal, dent repair, repainting, and component replacements are necessary to restore the truck's functionality.

    To enhance security and control access, Reciclador Chile plans to replace the existing manual gate with an automatic gate for their facilities. The automatic gate will provide better security and monitoring of vehicular and pedestrian access.

    The implementation of a crane arm is essential to assist in lifting heavy bags, sacks, and containers, reducing the strain on workers, and preventing injuries caused by overexertion. This will improve employee well-being, productivity, and reduce absenteeism.

    To address the uneven surfaces and instability of the soil in their facilities, Reciclador Chile requires a soil stabilizer. This stabilizer will prevent vehicles from getting stuck and improve maneuverability, ensuring smooth operations and timely fulfillment of work obligations.

    Recovery Entity supported

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