THE HELP WE RECEIVE FROM OUR SPONSORS IS INVALUABLE TO OUR CONTINUED SUCCESS TO MAKE THIS TASK HAPPEN.
together we can beat our plastic problem”
Every beach, sea and ocean that we improve or save, stems from an act of generosity that is purely voluntary.
Plastic Free Seas Worldwide’s purpose is to increase awareness about the amount of plastics being dumped in to our seas every year
Our mission is to bring communities together, educate our youth and start making a difference
Approximately one truck-load of plastic is dumped into our seas every minute equating to 8 million tonnes a year.
Our mission is to bring communities together and start making a difference
We are supported by local councils across Europe, local dive teams, canoe clubs, paddle boarding associations, yacht clubs and environmental agencies.
PFSW have the support of thousands of volunteers and followers globally.
Founder: Craig Webb
Founding Members: Francesca Lonsdale, Joe Mehdawi, Beckie Bridges, Sue Booth, Rachel Chowen
Plastic Free Seas Worldwide was created in 2017 by Craig Webb.
PFSW first beach clean was on the Costa del Sol with a team of 23 volunteers, they collected 120 KG of plastic.
PFSW has since then, arranged 21 major beach clean ups, involving dive teams and local councils. In July 2019, PFSW recorded that over 15,000KG of plastic had been removed on beach clean to date.
Plastic Free Seas Worldwide’s purpose is to increase awareness about the amount of plastic being dumped in to our seas and oceans every year. Approximately one truck load of plastic is dumped into our seas every minute equating to 8 million tonnes a year. Our mission is to bring communities together, educate our youth and start making a difference.
This is a manmade problem and innocent mammals, fish and aquatic birds are paying the ultimate price.
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