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Preserve the beautiful world God has given us for the future generations. Every plastic pl

Repair The Sea is on a mission to raise awareness and encourage action to address the many threats facing the aquatic environment.


We need your help.

By committing to using less single-use plastic, we can do our part to save our oceans.


By signing this declaration, you are making a commitment to doing your best to use sustainable plastic alternatives and protect this divine planet.

Plastic doesn't stay on our tables

Preserve the beautiful world God has given us for the future generations. Every plastic pl

From this day forward, I commit to doing my best to use sustainable alternatives.

Biodegradable plates, cups, and cutlery made from plant-based materials are readily available. Or, reusable dinnerware is another fantastic option! By switching, I can enjoy meals without contributing to plastic pollution.


More than 8 million tonnes of plastic enter the oceans every year

Our oceans, the lifeblood of our planet, are choking on plastic pollution. A major culprit? Disposable plastic dinnerware! These plates, cups, and utensils, used for mere moments, can linger in our environment for centuries.


I refuse to be a part of the problem any longer!

Plastic doesn't biodegrade, it breaks down into microplastics that infiltrate our oceans, harming marine life and entering the food chain. This poses a serious threat to the health of our seas and ourselves.

Therefore, I take responsibility for reducing my plastic footprint. I declare that disposable plastic dinnerware is no longer welcome in my home.

🐟 Why should I reduce my plastic use?

  • Plastic waste poses an enormous threat to biodiversity and marine life


  • Over 1 million seabirds and 100,000 marine animals die each year from ingesting or getting entangled in plastic debris.


  • 100% of baby sea turtles have plastic in their stomachs


  • Marine plastic pollution has affected 100% of marine turtles, 59% of whales, 36% of seals, and 40% of seabirds examined


  • Microplastics absorb toxic chemicals, polluting the waters and contaminating seafood consumed by humans


  • Every day around 8 million pieces of plastic make their way into our oceans

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