The problem of the ecological crisis has become one of the most acute problems facing our planet. One of the most serious consequences of this crisis is clogging the ocean, which has a devastating effect on ecosystems and living organisms.
Our project aims to solve this problem and strives to achieve the purity of the ocean through the expansion of energy-efficient waste sorting and waste recycling.
Increase in garbage
Due to population growth, urbanization and economic development, the amount of garbage producedin Indonesia is increasing significantly. This causes problems with its collection and processing.
Indonesia has an imperfect infrastructure for garbage collection and disposal. In some areas there are no organized systems of separate collection, and a lot of waste is simply thrown into the streets, into rivers or incinerated in open landfills.
Unregulated storage and improper disposal of garbage lead to serious contamination of soil, water resources and the environment. This negatively affects the health of people and ecosystems.
The problem of
Indonesia is one of the largest producers of plastic waste in the world. Plastic products are widely used in packaging and consumer goods, which leads to a huge amount of plastic garbage, which often ends up in rivers and the ocean.
Garbage pollution in Indonesia threatens unique ecosystems, including forests, water and marine nature reserves. Many animals and plants suffer from the effects of garbage pollution.