MOBULA 8 puts on a show in Jakarta

For the 2nd year running, MOBULA 8 and the MAPP action program will be honored at INDO WASTE 2023 EXPO & FORUM.

Now in its 13th year, this major technological event brings together all the waste management experts in Southeast Asia. It takes place from August 30 to September 1, at the Jakarta Convention Center, in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Initiated by The SeaCleaners, the MAPP Indonesia (aka Mobula Against Plastic Pollution) project aims to combat plastic pollution on land and in aquatic environments in Indonesia. The project brings together several Indonesian partner organizations to implement clean-up operations in Bali’s inland waters and land-based activities to combat plastic pollution, in collaboration with local authorities, organizations and the community. The project is based around our bespoke Mobula 8, a multi-purpose clean-up boat which has been in operation in Bali since March.

We are delighted to be once more a partner of INDO WASTE 2023 EXPO & FORUM, and to have the opportunity to present the MAPP project to industry professionals, local officials, authorities, and the media.

INDO WASTE is Indonesia’s No. 1 international event for waste treatment technologies and solutions. This exhibition and forum will bring together leading professionals from the wastewater, waste treatment, waste, renewable energy, safety and smart city industries.

Indo Waste is a privileged meeting place for industry professionals and an opportunity to bring together companies, waste industries, associations and NGOs, government agencies, communities, universities and the media.
The Indo Waste 2023 Expo & Forum, which is expected to attract over 15,000 visitors, will be held in conjunction with Indo Water, Indo Renergy, Indo Security, Indo Firex and the Indonesia International Smart City 2023 Expo & Forum.
This event aims to facilitate, connect and network activities in sectors supporting waste management, clean water systems and technology.
It is also about business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-government (B2G) activities.500 participants from 30 countries, including pavilions from China, Germany, the Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan, will gather at the Indo Waste 2023 exhibition and forum.➡️ To plan your visit and more information, please visit