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Eva Solo To Go supports campaign for plastic-free oceans

Track exactly where the plastic has been removed from, and discover how cleaning the ocean contributes to the health of the planet and people

ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENT

We are part of cleaning plastic from the world’s oceans

Plastic recovered from the ocean.

equivalent to 77.400
single-use 500 ml plastic bottles.

Progress

Eva Solo has been doing its bit to minimise single-use packaging since 2012 with its reusable water bottles and thermo cups. Now, Eva Solo is also engaging in the fight against plastic pollution littering the oceans through collaborating with ReSea Project.

–  Eva Solo –

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Track the origin of the plastic removed

and discover how we make a difference for people and the planet

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COLLECTION POINTS

See where the plastic has been collected

Angke River,

Jakarta, Indonesia

6°07'22.3"S 106°46'26.6"E

COORDINATES:

Java Sea,

Jakarta, Indonesia

6°05'29.5"S 106°48'06.3"E

COORDINATES:

Java Sea,

Jakarta, Indonesia

6°05'14.6"S 106°47'58.5"E

COORDINATES:

Greater Jakarta, 

Indonesia

 

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Dive into ReSea Project’s ocean cleanup supporting the circular economy

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INSIGHTS FROM THE CLEANUP TEAM

Making a difference for the health of our planet

Plastic pollution in the oceans is a great threat to local Indonesian fishermen and their daily income and livelihood. Many local families are heavily affected by a declining fish stock caused by plastic accumulating in the oceans and rivers. See how supporting ReSea Project benefits the environment, and the lives of the cleanup team and their families.

 
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Social Impact

The removal of plastic is carried out by local communities, hereby local fishermen who support their income removing plastic from rivers and the ocean. Creating decent work and economic growth in local communities fights poverty and improve living conditions for the plastic collectors and their families.

Circular Economy

By recovering plastic waste from the ocean and processing the largest possible amount for recycling utilizes the longevity and purpose of the plastic already available and minimize the production of new virgin plastic. Recycling plastic uses less energy and emits fewer greenhouse gases compared to the production of virgin plastic.

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Climate Change

The ocean produces more than 50% of our oxygen, absorbs CO2, and control weather patterns. It is the planet’s most important ecosystem with an abundance of life, a thriving biodiversity and home to thousands of marine specicies. All this is threatened by plastic debris. Removing ocean plastic is crucial to protect and restore our beloved blue ocean.

 
 
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Part of the #ReSeaMovement

Eva Solo has committed to financing the collection of 3.5 tonnes of plastic from the sea in 2021. So make the switch from using single-use plastic bottles and coffee cups to a reusable solution while helping to clean up the oceans at the same time.