Frontline Action to Stop Ocean Plastic Pollution

Project STOP partners with cities to build sustainable waste systems, ending ocean plastic leakage

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IMPACT STORIES

Since 2018, we have been working with businesses, government and the local community in Muncar to create a comprehensive waste management system to stop ocean plastics leakage. In time for #OurOcean Conference 2019, this short film shows how Project STOP is making an impact and positively affecting the community and the environment.

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Borealis Commits to Major Expansion of Project STOP

In the Fight Against Ocean Plastic, Project STOP Now Reaches More Than 200,000 People
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Project STOP 2020 impact

More than 133,500 people reached with sustainable waste management services in three coastal cities
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Nestle and Pasuruan Government Open New MRF Facilities

Multistakeholder partnership to reduce marine plastic waste by 2025 . Project STOP completed Two Materials Recovery Facilities in Pasuruan
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Partner profile: Alfred Stern, Borealis

Profile | Alfred Stern

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The Challenge
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THE CHALLENGE

Indonesia is the second largest contributor to ocean plastics. Today roughly 60% of Indonesia’s waste is collected by municipal management systems, with the rest burnt or dumped into the environment. The country currently consumes more than 6 million tons of plastic every year and is estimated to leak 1 million tons per year into the water.

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OUR APPROACH

The project partners with cities and government to build sustainable waste systems that eliminate leakage of plastics into the environment and ocean.

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