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The Wild Australia

Track the ocean plastic

PERIOD OF COLLECTING: 

01.10.2020 – 30.09.2021

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The Wild Australia has removed

1,000 kg 

of plastic from the ocean

COLLECTION DATA

ID/BATCH NO.: Data available October 1.

PLASTIC COLLECTOR: Data available October 1.

JAVA SEA — INDONESIA

Coordinates available October 1

COLLECTION POINTS

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Progress

equivalent to 67,000
single-use plastic bottles.

–  THE WILD AUSTRALIA  –

With our brand tied up to the natural world, it is only natural for us to act and make a difference to the planet

GOAL

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A PLASTIC COLLECTORS STORY

Making a difference for the health of our planet

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.

THE CLEANUP PROCESS

01

Collecting plastic

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Cleaning & sorting

03

Verification

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Plastic recycling

All plastic collections are documented and audited internally, and verified by an external third party.

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Making a difference for the health of our planet

The Wild Australia is part of a global movement of businesses taking the lead in putting an end to the ocean plastic crisis.

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