Plastic soup = poisonous soup

More and more plastic waste is ending up in our oceans and seas. Due to the effects of weathering, sunlight and wave action, this plastic reduces to smaller particles. This leads to serious pollution. The oceans occupy 72% of the earth’s surface and they are our principal source of oxygen.

Johnson & Johnson reveal opposition to microbeads bill

We have disturbing news about the legislation of microbeads. Cosmetics producer Johnson & Jo... Read More

EEG supports Beat the Microbead campaign!

Emirates Environmental Group recently joined hands with the Plastic Soup Foundation in their fig... Read More

PSF and Ekoplaza work together

Ekoplaza, the biological supermarket, will be the first plastic proof supermarket of the Netherl... Read More

Trash Hunters App launches

With the launch of the Trash Hunters App, the campaign against litter has entered a new phase. T... Read More

The Trash Hunters top 10!

The Top 10  of Trash Hunters! This is what we found on the streets. We made 20.000 pictures. Dow... Read More

Trash Hunters and the Schiedam call to VNG

May 31 2015. BLOG The first results of the Trash Hunters campaign give a sad impression of the a... Read More

Questions for Red Bull

Red Bull is proud of its environmental achievements. The  cans are 60% lighter than they were a ... Read More

PvdA wants a refund system on trash

Trash Hunters campaign makes it clear that many cans and plastic bottles are just thrown away an... Read More

California Assembly votes to ban microbeads

The strictest ban in the World on products that contain microplastics has passed the California ... Read More