Frontline Action to Stop Marine Plastic Pollution

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

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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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Leave No Trace Book Launch

Launching on 16 June: “Leave No Trace”, features three research teams, which highlights 45  pioneering waste and recycling organisations from India, Indonesia, Brazil and Chile, to capture practical solutions for…
Bali’s Jembrana Regency News

Project STOP Featured in Financial Times

While Covid-19 has led to increased plastic consumption, it has also exposed vulnerabilities in the global waste management system.
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Project STOP Welcomes Mike Webster

Project STOP Welcomes Mike Webster, Founder of WasteAid UK, to the Team
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Project STOP Request for Proposal Announcement in Jembrana

Request for Proposal: Inspiring Responsible Waste Management Behaviour Change in Negara and Jembrana

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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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