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Our passion is a clean ocean and environment. Our goal is innovation & collaboration. Our commitment is transforming how we use plastic. #wereallinthistogether

We Have 9 Billion Tons of Plastic on the Planet…
and Counting

Across the world we need to alter our relationship with plastic. You’ve heard Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. First step is to reduce our dependence and production. Then we need to divert it away from landfills and the environment.

Plastic is a durable material with purpose made with our natural resources, time, money, and efforts. 

Innovate to help Cities and Businesses transition to a Circular Economy

Our technologies allow us divert plastic waste from landfills and reaching the ocean. We work to increase the use of alternatives while developing innovative and long-term applications for recycled materials.

Improve Collections

Implement collection systems to divert “waste” plastic from landfills and waterways.

Innovative Technology

Our technology recycles plastics 3 through 7 - what's currently known as "non-recyclable".

Value for recycled plastics

In collaboration with partners from every sector we increase the use for recycled materials.

We believe in leading by example: We start Local

Cleaning up the Hudson with Seabins!

Clean-ups at Liberty State Park

Ready to be part of the solution? We’d love to work with you.

World Ocean’s Day 2019 – Saturday June 8 – JC

We truly had a wonderful day this World’s Ocean Day! We kicked off the walk in Exchange Place at 830am – following a couple of

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Plastics in the Ocean are Costing us in the Trillions, annually

Researchers find that plastic pollution is costing the world in the trillions annually, exclusive of all economic factors. All communities benefit from capturing plastics before

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Grocery Store

Plastic Bags Banned in NYC Starting March 2020

NYC is now the third state to ban plastic bags following California and Hawaii. Even though the state ban took about 5 years of discussions

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