Ocean 5 is raising money for us!
In December 2019 the men of Team Ocean 5 will participate in the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge. This race is […]
People all over the world have been advised to wear face masks. A downside is the kind of pollution that wasn’t there before because people massively use and throw away single-use non-medical face masks.
There is significant and growing concern about the tiny plastic fibres that accumulate in water, soil and air. The number of synthetic nano and microfibers is increasing due to increased production and use, and also because plastic does not break down naturally, but fragments. What are the ultimate consequences for our health and the environment?
Research into the capture of the Bubble Barrier in the Westerdok in Amsterdam has started. Plastic Soup Foundation will research this captured canal plastic on behalf of Waterschap Amstel, Gooi and Vecht.
From 1 January 2021, tea bags and coffee pods may be disposed off with fruit, vegetable and garden waste (GFT).