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Eva Solo To Go supports campaign for plastic-free oceans

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From January, 2021

LET'S SAVE PLANET BLUE

The ocean is home to an abundance of life, biodiversity, and a vital source for the planet's well-being. But it's choking in plastic waste and threatening the ambiance of marine life, disrupting ecosystems and biodiversity, and if left uncollected it eventually breaks up into microplastics with potential health risks for nature and society. We need all hands on deck and immediate actions to break the plastic wave. 

THAT'S WHY WE ARE TAKING ACTION

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.

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 –

SO FAR WE'VE ENSURED THAT

of plastic waste is being removed from the world’s oceans and rivers.

WHICH IS EQUIVALENT TO

77,400

Plastic bottles

OR

154,800

Plastic bags

THE PLASTIC IS BEING REMOVED FROM THESE AREAS 

Western Central Pacific Ocean area,

Jakarta, Indonesia

COORDINATES:

-6.1125227, 106.8348363

River Ciliwung, 

Jakarta, Indonesia

COORDINATES:

-6.1235701, 106.7744374

River Dadap,

Jakarta, Indonesia

COORDINATES:

6.0876167, 106.719448

Coordinates are a representative selection of collection points of the total collection period. The ToolChain blockchain platform is used to collect, record, and monitor collection data.

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Jakarta, Indonesia

TRANSPARENT AND TRACEABLE

A fully traceable collection process certified by the independent third-party DNV enables you to trust that when you support Eva Solo To Go you are part of making oceans and rivers cleaner from plastic waste. Have a look at how the plastic waste is recovered:

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WHY INDONESIA?

Local acts with global impact

In a matter of decades, plastic pollution in Indonesia has exploded, and the country is now amongst the world’s largest contributors to ocean plastic pollution. By being part of cleaning the oceans and stopping plastic from entering the oceans in Indonesia, it benefits to the global efforts of putting an end to the ocean plastic crisis. The ocean is the one thing that connects us all. By taking concerned and immediate action in places with the largest emissions into the world's oceans, our local acts has a global impact. See how ReSea Project operates, and learn about the additional benefits of their community-driven solution:

IMPROVING PEOPLE'S LIVES

The cleanup efforts are carried out by local communities near rivers and coastal areas, such as local fishermen, affected by low-income and plastic mismanagement. Including local communities helps raise awareness of proper waste handling, it creates decent work and economic growth in the local communities, and it significantly helps improve the living conditions of the cleanup team and their families - giving broader access to better living standards, more nourishing foods, and effective medical care.

BUT DON'T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT.

EXPERIENCE YOURSELF:

BETTER EQUALITY

Your support of Eva Solo and our partnership with ReSea Project contributes to better living conditions for the cleanup team and their families. 

*data from October 2020 - February 2021. 

Source: Governor's Office of Jakarta: Set minimum wage Jakarta .

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Together. For a Plastic-Free Ocean