Have you gone snorkelling or diving and looked closely at the water around you?

If you have experienced it, in addition to fish, you probably will have seen plastic bags, bottle caps, or pieces of submerged garbage, which appear to have been there for a long while.

Do you know how it all got there?

Do you know how it has become #invisiblewaste ?

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Every year more than 8500 tons of plastic end up in our oceans and experts say that more than 85% of marine litter lies on the seabed decomposing into smaller and smaller pieces for thousands of years.

Sometimes we humans are forgetful or just plain ignorant about what happens to what we no longer need – our garbage or waste.

Well, many times, it is simpler than we imagine.

Every year more than 8500 tons of plastic end up in our oceans and experts say that more than 85% of marine litter lies on the seabed decomposing into smaller and smaller pieces for thousands of years.

Sometimes we humans are forgetful or just plain ignorant about what happens to what we no longer need – our garbage or waste.

Well, many times, it is simpler than we imagine.

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What one sees lying on the streets is the temporary problem; but this makes its own way to the sewers, and from there to our seas, where it becomes #invisiblewaste.

That which is thrown down the toilet becomes #invisiblewaste.

What we throw in the trash, and we don’t recycle, sometimes becomes #invisiblewaste.

Sometimes, it remains in the landfills accumulating in great mountains, but the landfills are not secure places, they suffer the natural effects of storms, wind and rain, and little by little much residue becomes the #invisiblewaste.

#invisiblewaste ends up on the seabed, the final resting place for any waste, where it will remain hundreds or even thousands of years, slowly breaking apart into increasingly smaller pieces (microplastics) and poisoning our marine life, and ultimately US !

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“Our garbage will live longer than the memory of us”

And we cannot run away from this issue – this does not all occur on another planet. It happens all around us; on our shores. In the same places where we bathe or enjoy with our families.

On many beaches with urban centres nearby, it is much more likely to find waste than fish under the sea, and the water quality is getting worse every day.

For this reason, at NEA water we have decided to look further, and we have created a project in conjunction with Oceanic Global: #invisiblewaste.

A project to raise awareness and to educate consumers on each of our responsibility to reduce and recycle our own waste.

During the next year, in different coastal cities, we will develop a series of awareness projects to clean the seas and show people how to prevent our waste from ending up at the bottom of our favourite beaches.

Are you passionate about the sea?

Do you believe it is one of our greatest natural resources?

Would you like to enjoy a clean sea and help renew coastal ecosystems?

Would you like to help us?

Sign up and help us fight #invisible.

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