Clean Seas is helping communities around the world implement technology that helps reduce pollution and generating benefit for several stakeholders from governments to businesses and consumers.
Dedicated to providing efficient and cost effective technology solutions that address the global waste plastic crisis, creating economic opportunity and social benefit in emerging and developed economies across the world.
The Global Plastic Pollution Problem:
- 8.3 billion tons of plastic waste exist in the natural world
- 1 million plastic bottles are sold every minute globally
- 40% of the plastic produced is packaging, used once and discarded
- Nearly half of all plastic ever manufactured has been made since the year 2000
- Less than 9% of all plastic is recycled globally
Who We Are
A Real Science & Tech Solution
Recycling plastic generates clean burning fuels and electricity, solving a critical energy need and reducing the growing waste plastic crisis.
“Best in class” full solutions provider sourcing and deploying the latest technologies for waste to energy recycling, securing feedstock and off-take agreements.
Focused on developing countries, the company will provide employment opportunities and social programs designed to improve quality of life.
Who We ARE
Using Tech To Help Clean Our Water
Advanced science can make a difference. Learn how Clean Seas utilizes technology to change the world and create social benefit simultaneously.
Cleaning the Rivers
Often rivers are forgotten about when people think of pollution; however; it is important to remember that the rivers not only feed into the ocean but also into our water supplies.
Cleaning The Land
Land pollution enters our clean water supplies and ultimately into the ocean as well. It is another important focus area for Clean Seas
The New Plastic Economy
The Greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it:
– Rober Swan
“Pyrolysis is an invaluable technology to treat mixed polymer streams, which mechanical recycling technologies cannot handle.”
If plastics demand follows its current trajectory, global plastics-waste volumes would grow from 260 million tons per year in 2016 to 460 million tons per year by 2030, taking what is already a serious environmental problem to a whole new level. In the face of public outcry about global plastics pollution, the chemical industry is starting to mobilize on this issue. We also believe there are opportunities to build a new and profitable branch of the industry based on recycled plastics, which our research suggests could represent a profit pool of as much as $55 billion a year worldwide by 2030.”
McKinsey and Company. Dec. 2019
Best-in-Class Recycling Methodology
Clean-Seas has relationships with technology companies that have developed advanced processes for recycling plastic waste. Using a “best in class” methodology to solve a customer’s need, Clean-Seas will rapidly deploy systems of any size
The Social Good
- Provide equal opportunity employment, lifting people out of poverty
- Employ locals for plant construction/operations, waste plastic collection and sorting
- Provide professional development and promotion opportunities within the Company
- Become active in improving quality of life for the communities we operate in
- Provide opportunities for healthcare, sanitation and education…
- Conform to and support the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
- Blockchain technology will be incorporated throughout the value chain
- Feedstock input to pyrolysis output streams will be published as blockchain data
- Employment and social components will be tracked and published Carbon credits and environmental attributes
- Apps will be created for real-time user engagement with recycling plants
Together As One
We’re All in this Together, And We’re All In
Using established relationships with technology providers, we define the right solution for the customers need – we’re technology agnostic. We create social programs (with local partners/governments) within a community to employ locals to gather, sort and clean, plastic waste as well as run plant operations.
Together As One
ocean, land and river de-pollution
clientele & service relations