The Sea Bin in the Cyclades

(2019) 15.800€ awarded

Have you ever heard about the genius bucket, invented by two Australian surfers, that sucks trash and oil right out of the sea? It is so simple, smart and useful and we are very proud to announce that the first Sea Bin system in the Cyclades was established in the harbour of Syros (June 2019), as part of a CPF donation. We work  close with the Municipal Port Fund of Syros to ensure the well management of this amazing ocean cleaning device which aims to improve on the traditional -and sometimes expensive-  harbor-cleaning methods of having a person physically remove trash from the water or sending boats equipped with nets to collect it.

UPDATE

The awarded SEABIN automated rubbish collector is now (January 2020) in place in Naoussa, of Paros, thanks to the donation of the #CPF and our business partnership with #ExperientialYachting.

Many thanks to the Municipality of Paros and to the Nautical Club of Naoussa NAIAS for their collaboration!

WATCH THE VIDEO from our presentation!

Read the article in NEOS KOSMOS, the Australian newspaper for the Greek diaspora.

LATEST UPDATE

Hundreds of thousands of micro-plastics collected in only 4 months by the SEABIN donated by the CPF & Experiential Yachting in Naousa, Paros. Learn more!

WATCH THE VIDEO with the ‘catch’ of marine litter, including thousands of micro-plastics by the SeaBin in Paros.