Find out more about Project STOP’s progress, new city partnerships and collaboration partners.
Together with the Muncar community, Project STOP has kept 4,000 tonnes of both organic and inorganic waste from entering the ocean.
The lack of a centralized waste management system in Bali, as in much of Indonesia, has led to most trash being dumped on land, rivers, and in the sea.
Today, the regional government of Pasuruan in East Java boosted its commitment to reduce ocean plastic leakage by allocating two hectares of land for Project STOP to establish a Material…
The Jembrana Regency today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to welcome to the community Project STOP, an initiative dedicated to ending ocean plastic pollution by creating sustainable circular waste…
In a partner feature with the Alliance to End Plastic Waste, National Geographic magazine looks at how and why Project STOP’s community approach has worked, and considers the challenge of…
Call for External Evaluation Team – Project STOP Project STOP, co-founded by SYSTEMIQ and Borealis designs, implements and scales circular economy solutions to marine plastic pollution. Project STOP has been…
Indonesia – 14 January 2020 – HP Inc. in Indonesia today announces its partnership with Project STOP, an initiative that creates circular waste management systems to reduce ocean plastic pollution.…
Project STOP receives the Social Contribution and Local Content Project of the Year at ADIPEC.
We welcome Borouge as a new strategic partner to help us prevent ocean plastic leakage.
Alliance to End Plastic Waste Joins Project STOP to Help Tackle Plastic Waste in the Environment in Indonesia.
Todd Becker, Vice President of Sales at NOVA Chemicals, visited Indonesia to spend two days on-the-ground with Project STOP.
Project STOP was prominently featured in an article on plastic waste pollution in the HuffPost.
Inviting any civil construction firm to bid for a project at Sumberberas Village, Muncar, Banyuwangi.
The Schwarz Retail Group (SRG) (Lidl, Kaufland, PreZero) is now supporting Project STOP as a technical partner.
Project STOP is pleased to welcome Nestlé as a new strategic partner to address marine litter in Indonesia.
2018 was a successful inaugural year for Project STOP in Indonesia. In April, with support from our partners, we launched our partnership in Muncar, to create a circular waste management…
Borealis and SYSTEMIQ, together with their Project STOP partners, announce a scale-up commitment and next city partnerships to expand Project STOP at Our Ocean Conference 2018 in Bali, Indonesia.
NOVA Chemicals announced a three-year investment in support of Project STOP of nearly $2 million (1.5 million EUR) to prevent plastic debris from reaching the ocean.
Joi Danielson, Programme Director for Project STOP, was interviewed about the ocean plastics challenge in Asia, by Agence-France Presse, one of the top three global news agencies.
At Our Ocean conference on 5-6 October 2017, Borealis announced Project STOP - a EUR 4 million initiative to accelerate waste management system improvements in Southeast Asia.