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On a Mission to Rid the Ocean of Plastic
Total recovered since 2015
Our captains and crews collect garbage from vessels and recover trash from the ocean and coastlines on a daily basis
We have been clearing the waters around Singapore for a long time, over 20 years and use a mix of vessels to help us clear tons of waste on a daily basis
We are constantly sharing our knowledge with our fellow peers, government agencies and the public to build awareness on marine protection and responsible plastic consumption
Marine debris is constantly a moving target and the cleanup effort can become more difficult depending on physical location (e.g. shores, beaches, mangrove areas). We innovate solutions by design and make them adaptable to the location of concern.
Our mission at All Clear is to rid the ocean of plastic and prevent further leakage of plastic into our environment.
With the help of specialized vessels and technology garnered from over 20 years of ocean cleanups around Singapore, we are able to clear around tons of marine debris a day.
As experts in offshore and ocean clean-ups, we started All Clear to bridge the gap between individuals or organizations with the means to take action against ocean pollution and our projects that help clear these heavily polluted areas.
In short, All Clear is a channel for you to directly contribute to the fight against ocean pollution - where it is needed most and where it can have the greatest positive environmental impact. So much more can be done if we work together as a single movement for our planet.
Join us and together we can save our oceans for the future. #allclearfuture
Years Of Experience
Olympic Size Swimming Pools Of Plastic Waste is Cleared
Globally, ocean plastic pollution is reaching rampant levels. It is estimated that every minute, one full garbage truck of plastic trash is dumped in the sea. That is 1440 trucks every day and 8 BILLION kilos per year.
A recent study from WWF even shows that the average person consumes a credit card worth of plastic every week.
Increasing industrialization and urbanization of developing countries combined with poor waste management practices will inevitably increase pollution load – and this typically occurs near inland water sources such as rivers. In fact, an estimated 1.5-2.4 million tons of plastic is discharged into the oceans via rivers, of which the top 20 contribute to approximately 67% of the global total. South East Asia has been identified as one hotspot that contributes a significant proportion of global pollutants every year.
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