Join the mission
Ocean plastic pollution is a worldwide problem and we are taking a positive action to solve this issue on a global scale. Our mission is not one we can achieve alone and we welcome and encourage partners to accelerate our impact by joining the largest cleanup in history. Our mission is long term. We calculate it will take 20 years to rid the world’s oceans of plastic. Therefore, we look for long-term partnerships with those who want to make a genuine and sustained commitment to our mission, create a legacy for themselves and be part of the movement of those solving one of the biggest environmental problems of this era. Does your company want to be part of the mission?
Our most generous partners
Interested in becoming part of this list? Please contact us.
A.P. Moller - Maersk is an integrated container logistics company working to connect and simplify its customers’ global supply chains. A leader in shipping services, the company operates in 130 countries and employs roughly 76,000 people.
Maersk Supply Service is a subsidiary of A.P. Moller – Maersk which provides marine services and integrated solutions to the energy sector worldwide.Visit website
The Coca-Cola Company is a total beverage company with products sold in more than 200 countries and territories. The company’s purpose is to refresh the world and make a difference and seeks to positively impact people’s lives, communities, and the planet through water replenishment, packaging recycling, sustainable sourcing practices, and carbon emissions reductions.
As Global Implementation Partner of The Ocean Cleanup, The Coca-Cola Company is helping to place Interceptor technologies to collect plastic from 15 of the world’s most polluted rivers.Visit website
Kia is a global mobility brand with a vision to create sustainable mobility solutions for consumers, communities, and societies around the world. Founded in 1944, Kia has been providing mobility solutions for more than 75 years in more than 190 markets. Kia is spearheading the popularization of electrified and battery electric vehicles and developing a growing range of mobility services.
Kia supports The Ocean Cleanup as an official Global Partner via financial contributions and in-kind supplies to support ocean operations and the construction of Interceptor Solutions.Visit website
Latham & Watkins is dedicated to working with clients to help them achieve their business goals and overcome legal challenges anywhere in the world. Latham has a long-standing commitment to providing pro bono legal services, financial support, and volunteer time to those most in need within our communities. Latham's pro bono practice is a hallmark of the firm. It is central to the culture and an important part of life at Latham.Visit website
Deloitte is the brand under which tens of thousands of dedicated professionals in independent firms throughout the world collaborate to provide audit & assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax and related services to select clients.
The Ocean Cleanup is an absolute frontrunner in sustainable innovations and this also is a top priority for Deloitte. Deloitte supports The Ocean Cleanup to further professionalize their organization and operations.Visit website
De Brauw is a leading law firm offering high-end legal advice in complex business and finance transactions, compliance matters and commercial litigation globally. De Brauw has a long-standing commitment to providing pro-bono services on matters that serve the environment, society and the rule of law. As part of this commitment, De Brauw has acted as the first point of contact for The Ocean Cleanup’s legal matters since 2015.Visit website
The Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment is committed to improving quality of life, access and mobility in a clean, safe & sustainable environment. The Dutch Government enables The Ocean Cleanup to conduct its North Sea Prototype test off the Dutch coast.Visit website
Macquarie Group is a diversified financial group providing clients with asset management and finance, banking, advisory and risk and capital solutions across debt, equity and commodities. Founded in 1969, Macquarie employs over 15,000 people in 31 markets. At 30 September 2019, Macquarie had assets under management of $A560 billion.
The Ocean Cleanup is a recipient of the Macquarie 50th Anniversary Award, which recognizes organizations with bold ideas to address an area of significant social need.Visit website
AkzoNobel creates everyday essentials to make people’s lives more liveable and inspiring. As a leading global paints and coatings company and a major producer of specialty chemicals, we supply essential ingredients, essential protection and essential color to industries and consumers worldwide. Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to making all our products, services and partnerships as sustainable as possible.Visit website
Safilo Group is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing and distribution of sunglasses, optical frames, sports eyewear and related products. Thanks to strong craftsmanship expertise dating back to 1878, Safilo translates its designs into high-quality products according to the Italian tradition. Through an extensive wholly owned network of subsidiaries in 40 countries and more than 50 distribution partners in key markets, Safilo is committed to quality distribution of its products in nearly 100,000 selected points of sale worldwideVisit website
Official supporters & suppliers
- Arena Solutions
- Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
- CSA Ocean Sciences
- Deck advocaten
- Global Maritime
- Holland Colors
- Marine Instruments
- Marsh McLennan
- Maxar Technologies
- Netherland-America Foundation
- Next Ocean
- Riff Online
- Rise Marketing Group
- Royal HaskoningDHV
- Rotary – EndPlasticSoup
- South Pole
- Stichting De Verre Bergen
- Stream My Event
- TK Maxx and Homesense
- TU Delft
- Van Werven
- V.O. Patents & Trademarks
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