We provide solutions on land and at sea to protect
the oceans
from plastic pollution.

They support us

Plastic pollution threatens ecosystems, economies and human health.

17 tons of plastic waste are dumped
into the oceans every minute

80% of the waste in our
oceans is plastic

3,800 marine species are
already impacted



Waste collection


Our actions

We collect floating plastic waste in high concentration areas before it sinks or breaks down into microplastics, and we develop innovative collection and reuse solutions of plastic waste in the sea, with as little environmental impact as possible

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Recherche scientifique sur le plastique

To fight better, we must understand better. We contribute to the development of the scientific knowledge of the origins and impact of plastic pollution and we make this data accessible to as many people as possible. 

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Clean-up nettoyage plastique

We take action in the field, organising litter picking campaigns and motivating citizens to get involved.

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sensibiliser à la pollution plastique

We fight against plastic pollution at sourcemaking current and future generations aware of their responsibilities, by passing on eco-friendly behaviour and eco-responsible attitudes and by making marine eco-systems better understood.

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Recherche scientifique sur le plastique
Clean-up nettoyage plastique
sensibiliser à la pollution plastique

Explore the Manta
in video

The Manta, a giant sailing boat, is taking on oceanic plastic pollution.
Currently being developed by Manta Innovation, The SeaCleaners' naval engineering office, to be launched in 2025, this factory ship will be the first of its kind capable of collecting, processing and recovering large quantities of marine plastic waste.
Its missions also includes scientific research and awareness raising against plastic pollution.
Welcome on board!
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Mobula 8, a versatile and innovative multi-purpose boat for calm waters

Launched in 2021, the Mobula 8 is capable of collecting both floating macro-waste for pollution control purposes and micro-waste for scientific purposes, as well as hydrocarbons.

Dedicated to clean-up operations in calm and protected waters - port and lake areas, mangroves, rivers, canals and the sea up to 5 miles from the coast.
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