Using professional methods combined with mobility and volunteer effort, we want to create a plastic pollution-free world.
We will mobilize people, engage businesses, and challenge politicians and leaders to take responsibility and act to preserve our marine ecosystems and the livelihoods of future generations.
Our most important instruments are:
- Professional beach cleaning with volunteer effort
- Making awareness using social media
- Meeting and engaging the local communities
- Building knowledge and experience
- Innovation and practical solutions to prevent littering and to improve efficiency in beach cleaning
Our ambitions are high, and in this movie, we present our goal of cleaning the entire Norwegian coastline in 5 years:
This movie explains our methods and efficiency:
This movie explains how we are organized:
We are a publicly registered NGO in the Norwegian register of organizations. (Brønnøysundregistrene – www.brreg.no)
Our board consists of Rolf-Ørjan Høgset (leader/founder), Alf-Gøran Knutsen, Pippip Ferner, and Kari Prestgaard.
Our organization number: 919 620 978
Our bank account (DNB): 1506.05.34427
Invoice address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closeness to the ocean
We are running several boats, 9 at the time, and are working on expanding our fleet and resources. We are working for the ocean, and we want to stay close to it, so we do not rent an ordinary office – all our full-time personnel lives mostly at sea.
From 2017 to 2022, we cleaned more than 1250 tonnes of litter from Oslo to Kirkenes, which is practically an appearance along the full coastline of Norway, although our main focus has been on the arctic areas from Nordland to Troms and Finnmark.
Most of our crew is volunteering young adults from 20-25 years of age who travel to Norway from all around the world to participate in beach cleaning for 4-8 weeks, and sometimes many months. They are accommodated on our boats and work at least 8 full days a week cleaning.
This movie is a testimonial from Maike, one of our volunteers that has stayed with us both in 2017, 2018, and 2019: