Ditching the plastic to dive into a future of a revitalized ocean
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We evaluate, fund, and monitor projects worldwide.
This project employs locals to maintain low-tech floating plastic stoppers, preventing plastic from entering rivers and oceans.
Supported plastic collection efforts in Varanasi, helping remove and responsibly dispose of 8,814.49lbs of plastics from rivers.
We facilitated the removal of 125,000 lbs of plastics from sea turtle nesting beaches in Pacuare, Moin, and Osa Peninsula by supporting community-based clean-up events.
Enabled the collection of over 5000 lbs of plastics from the Wouri river, protecting wildlife from getting entangled or immobilized in it, and preventing severe harm to the local ecosystem.
Our cleanup partners
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“I love the model of connecting the virtual world with real life impact. Investing a players’ earned benefits of a game into clean rivers and oceans or other environmental and social causes could literally be a game changer.”
“When it comes to stopping ocean plastic, every act counts. We love Dots.eco for empowering their users to take action and create impact. The world needs more unique solutions as Dots.eco’s to help people become part of Social Recycling.”
Director of Sales and Marketing
“We are delighted that Green Worms’ projects have been chosen to be a part of this transformative initiative. Green Worms stands as one of the impact partners of Dots.eco in our shared commitment to combat plastic pollution and create dignified job opportunities in India.”
Plastic cleanup FAQ
Why are plastic cleanups important?
More than eight million tonnes of plastic reach the oceans yearly, spewed via rivers, dumped along coastlines, or abandoned by fishing vessels. This plastic is negatively impacting the ocean ecosystem and marine life. 80% of ocean plastic comes from around 1500 polluted rivers, and a lot of this plastic becomes garbage patches in the middle of the oceans which are extremely inaccessible.
Where are the plastic cleanups done?
Our cleanups happen in many countries worldwide, including Brazil, Costa Rica, Uruguay, Mexico, and Nicaragua. If you scroll up, you can find our map with our cleanup locations.
How do plastic cleanups work?
Our partners work on different projects to pick up plastic, such as beach cleanups, and river cleanups. A portion of the recycled plastic can then be turned into packaging through partnerships with brands involved in the circular economy.
How can I know the impact of my contribution in the cleanups?
We provide detailed information about the impact of your contribution to plastic pickups, including the weight of plastic collected, the number of jobs created, and river cleanup location. You can also access regular reports and updates from our partners on their work and progress.
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