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Contributing to the fight for a plastic-free ocean.

Track the ocean plastic

PERIOD OF COLLECTING: 

09.01.2020 – 08.31.2021

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MHO Containers has removed

5,500 POUNDS

of plastic from the ocean

ANGKE RIVER — INDONESIA

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 ANGKE RIVER — INDONESIA

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ANGKE RIVER — INDONESIA

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COLLECTION POINTS

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Progress

equivalent to 312,500

single-use plastic bags

–  MHO CONTAINERS  –

We pledge to take action and

commit to the efforts against ocean plastic pollution.

GOAL

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A FISHERMANS STORY

Story from a local fisherman

Plastic pollution in the oceans is a great threat to local Indonesian fishermen and their daily income and livelihood. Many local families are heavily affected by a declining fish stock caused by plastic accumulating in the oceans and rivers. Listen to a local fisherman’s story about his fight against plastic pollution in the oceans and struggle to bring food on the table and give his children an education.

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Dive into ReSea Project’s ocean cleanup supporting the circular economy

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Making a difference for the health of our planet

The ocean is suffocating in plastic. Collaborative action is needed to change the tide. Through its commitment, MHO Containers is part of a movement of businesses taking the lead in putting an end to the ocean plastic crisis.