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2 months ago

Sana Mare

One of our most important goals for 2022 was to finally be able to recycle more recyclable materials.
We can proudly report that we have achieved this goal. So far this year we have sold 32440 kg of plastic to recycling companies.
Here are pictures from our last drop-off of 642 kg of PET bottles.
The revenue goes back into our clean-up project, with that we fight environmental pollution and tackle poverty in Africa.

👉 @sanamare_deutschland
👉 @sanamare.organisationtanzania
👉 @sanamareceylon

Our project is supported by @meeresschutz_org @earlyfish.de @pets4theoceans @cleanoceantoken and by generous individual donors.

#recycling
#recycle
#recyclable
#petbottle
#sanamare
#reducereuserecycle
#plasticrecycling
#rivercleaning
#RiverPollution
#rivercleanup
#notmywastebutmyplanet
#awesomeearth
#noplanetb
#ProtectingEnvironment
#savenature
#unsdgs
#sustainabledevelopmentgoals
#sustainability
#sustainable
#fightplastic
#plasticfreeoceans
#saynotosingleuseplastic
#plasticfree
#plasticpollution
#breakfreefromplastic
#plastic
#plasticsucks
#dogood
#OneStepGreener
#fightpoverty
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One of our most important goals for 2022 was to finally be able to recycle more recyclable materials. 
We can proudly report that we have achieved this goal. So far this year we have sold 32440 kg of plastic to recycling companies.
Here are pictures from our last drop-off of 642 kg of PET bottles.
The revenue goes back into our clean-up project, with that we fight environmental pollution and tackle poverty in Africa.

👉 @sanamare_deutschland 
👉 @sanamare.organisationtanzania 
👉 @sanamareceylon 

Our project is supported by @meeresschutz_org @earlyfish.de @pets4theoceans @cleanoceantoken and by generous individual donors.

#recycling 
#recycle 
#recyclable 
#petbottle 
#sanamare 
#reducereuserecycle 
#plasticrecycling 
#rivercleaning
#riverpollution
#rivercleanup
#notmywastebutmyplanet
#awesomeearth
#noplanetb
#protectingenvironment
#savenature
#unsdgs
#sustainabledevelopmentgoals
#sustainability
#sustainable
#fightplastic
#plasticfreeoceans
#saynotosingleuseplastic
#plasticfree
#plasticpollution
#breakfreefromplastic
#plastic
#plasticsucks
#dogood
#onestepgreener
#fightpoverty

3 months ago

Sana Mare

It's been quiet here for the past month, but that doesn't mean we haven't continued to work on our mission to collect as much plastic as possible from nature. In June, we organised 17 clean-ups. We were active in Kenya, Tanzania, Sri Lanka and the Philippines.
Here are a few impressions from the last four weeks.
What did you do in June? Write us your activities in the comments.
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4 months ago

Sana Mare

One of our two cleanups on May 28th happened in the Philippines. This activity was funded by our funding partner @cleanoceantoken . On that day we collected 101 kg of plastic waste from the beach in General Santos.
In total we have collected already more than 50.000 kg of waste. The collected garbage is disposed off or sold to recycling companies.
Carrying out a clean-up comes with costs of around 120 €. We need the money for material and equipment, waste disposal fees, snacks and refreshments, a fair salary for the participants living in poverty. Contact us for more information about our project and your options for supporting our association.

#beachcleanup
#beachclean
#wasteonthebeach
#5minbeachcleanup
#2minutebeachclean
#cleanbeaches
#notmywastebutmyplanet
#savetheplanet
#noplanetb
#blueplanet
#WorldCleanupDay2022
#environmentalist
#sustainability
#keepoceansclean
#savetheocean
#marinedebris
#saveourseas
#marineconservation
#noplastic
#microplastics
#plasticpollution
#saynotosingleuseplastic
#plasticfreeoceans
#people
#PeoplePower
#givingback
#positivechange
#charity
#sanamare

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@sanamare.organisationtanzania
@sanamareceylon
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4 months ago

Sana Mare

Normally we carry out our clean-ups mainly in Africa and Asia. A few times per year, however, we get the chance to clean up a beach in Trinidad and Tobago. So we did in May. The small islnad nation in the Caribbean Sea suffers a lot under improperly disposed waste, which is finally ending up in the ocean and threatening the unique marine ecosystem. Please help us to fight plastic polution worldwide. Visit our website www.sana-mare.org for more information. ... WeiterlesenSee Less

Normally we carry out our clean-ups mainly in Africa and Asia. A few times per year, however, we get the chance to clean up a beach in Trinidad and Tobago. So we did in May. The small islnad nation in the Caribbean Sea suffers a lot under improperly disposed waste, which is finally ending up in the ocean and threatening the unique marine ecosystem. Please help us to fight plastic polution worldwide. Visit our website www.sana-mare.org for more information.

4 months ago

Sana Mare

It is the rainy season in Cameroon at the moment. Every day, the water masses carry countless plastic bottles out of the villages. They then accumulate at bridges and narrow points in the rivers. Our Sana Mare collection team in Cameroon could collect many tons of plastic every day. Once one part of the river is cleared of plastic, it only takes a few hours for the plastic flood to take over again.

It costs about 100€ to carry out a clean-up. The costs are for materials, travel costs, food, allowances, waste disposal fees, etc. The collected waste is picked up by local recycling companies or the local waste disposal company.
Our project is financed by donations. If you would also like to donate to help us fight the plastic flood in rivers and oceans, please click on www.sana-mare.org/spenden . Every Euro helps!!!
Thank you very much 👋
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It is the rainy season in Cameroon at the moment. Every day, the water masses carry countless plastic bottles out of the villages. They then accumulate at bridges and narrow points in the rivers. Our Sana Mare collection team in Cameroon could collect many tons of plastic every day. Once one part of the river is cleared of plastic, it only takes a few hours for the plastic flood to take over again.

It costs about 100€ to carry out a clean-up. The costs are for materials, travel costs, food, allowances, waste disposal fees, etc. The collected waste is picked up by local recycling companies or the local waste disposal company.
Our project is financed by donations. If you would also like to donate to help us fight the plastic flood in rivers and oceans, please click on https://www.sana-mare.org/spenden . Every Euro helps!!!
Thank you very much 👋

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