By systematically eliminating technical risks through rapid iterations, we aim to reach full-scale deployment in both rivers and oceans. Our ultimate goal is to clean up 90% of the world’s floating ocean plastic.

The future
  • Today - 2025
    Scale-up in rivers
  • 2021
    Scale-up in oceans
The present
  • June – November 2019
    System 001/B

    System 001/B

    On our journey to reach proven technology, we must iterate swiftly and efficiently. Using the lessons learned from the System 001 mission (2018), we have been able to address the two main issues observed, plastic retention and structural integrity, with the design of System 001/B. Launched mid-2019, this system is smaller and modular, allowing for offshore adaptations. In this way, we can quickly see which modification is more effective and improve going forward. Follow the journey of System 001/B here:

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  • 2018
    System 001
The past
  • Mid-2018-Today
    Interceptor™ 2.0
  • October 2017-Today
    Prototype 001
  • 2016
    Aerial Expedition
  • 2016
    First North Sea Prototype
  • 2016 - Today
    River research projects
  • 2015-2016
    Developing the Interceptor™ Concept
  • 2015
    Scale model testing
  • 2015
    Mega expedition
  • 2013-2015
    Vertical distribution research
  • 2014
    Crowd Funding Campaign
  • 2014
    Feasibility Study
  • 2013
    How it all began