1.3 million tons of plastic is produced daily in Indonesia, of which "80% will end up in the ocean" - Siti Nurbaya Bakar, Minister of Environment and Forestry.

To prevent a drastic measure such as the closing of the famous Maya Bay in Thailand due to the damage caused by tourists on the natural ecosystem, a local solution is needed to combine tourism and environmental protection.

polluted beach in Indoneia

Our Circular Economy

Plastic Collection

- Villagers

- Fishermen

- Tourists

Plastic Treatment

- e-Nemo

- Warehouse

Plastic Recycling

- Recycling

- Upcycling

Plastic Economy

- Upcycled products  distributed to locals


We aim to raise local communities' awareness on the damaging impact of plastic on their ecosystem, and how they can use this resource as a commodity. To do so, we will create a direct collaboration with Indonesia's villages on how to manage their waste in a sustainable manner.  Our goals will be to:

-Inform them on the value of plastic, and how they can extract this value to gain additional income
-Sensitize, teach and train local communities to manage their waste
workshops and presentation in the local schools to educate young people and put them on a sustainable path early on
-Constantly research new technologies to ecologically treat waste
-Bring affordable
low-tech machinery to these villages to upcycle the waste
-Restore the natural charm of Indonesian islands by
emptying plastics from the ecosystem
-Find alternatives to single-use plastics

By doing so, a quantifiable value will be put on plastic, and it will be seen as a commodity instead of a debris.

We are proud to present our e-Nemo: a 100% solar-powered boat, built by Azura Marine©, responsible for transporting the collected plastic from the villages to our warehouse:

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The e-Nemo will have as mission to:

- Collect the waste that has been picked up by coastal communities

- Collect the waste of other live-aboard cruises like ours

- Transport the NGO staff from villages to villages

- Transport local children from their villages to snorkeling sites, as part of our awareness campaign