1127 Numero di
raccolte

358Schede bilancio
completate

I seguenti calcoli si basano su 358 schede bilancio riempite prima del 10 Dicembre 2016 su un totale di 1127 raccolte.
Abbiamo applicato una formula di ponderazione secondo il tipo di raccolta

34686
Persone
sensibilizzate
20619
Sacchi
raccolti
40980
Km
percorsi

RIFIUTI RACCOLTI

Numero tot di items raccolti su 194 operazioni: 281 460 items quantificati

MATERIE PLASTICHE:

64462
Mozziconi di sigaretta

6281
Bottiglie ≤ 0,5 L

6335
Bottiglie > 0,5 L

15108
Tappi di bottiglia

7094
Imballagi alimentari

13233
Sacchetti di plastica e frammenti

7455
Imballagi snacks e dolci vari

4066
Bastoncini di lecca

1441
Rifiuti medici: imballaggi e altro

13172
Rifiuti sanitari: cotton fioc

2618
Rifiuti sanitari: assorbenti

18303
Frammenti di polistirene 2,5-50 cm

33902
Frammenti di plastica 2,5-50 cm

2758
Bicchieri in plastica

2128
Cannucce

2357
Stoviglie pique-nique

24660
Pesca : fili e cordame (diametro <1cm)

1905
Pesca : lenze ed ami

7707
Pesca: fili e cordame attorcigliato

1531
Pallottole da caccia

407
Pneumatici

760
Giocattoli

1188
Accendini

366
Ballons de baudruche

1525
Scarpe / sandali

7400
Rifiuti da allevamento di crostacei

1660
Media carrier

VETRO

5293
Bottiglie in vetro

17754
Frammenti di vetro

METALLO

4137
Lattine

2491
Ferraglia

TESSUTI

2157
Abbigliamento / stracci

LE TESTIMONIANZE

Surfrider Foundation Paris Chapter
Surfrider

FRANCE

We decided to organize an event with the Paris branch of the Zero Waste France association. We focused on the cigarette butt in the Bastille district (Paris). The result defies all argument: 165 piles, i.e. 16500 cigarette butts. Passers-by and locals were struck by our Initiatives, giving us the opportunity to create a special awareness-raising time with them.

Valérie Mérat
Association / Non-Profit Organization

Switzerland

The impact that waste had on the environment - of whatever nature - was our only concern. This concern is ongoing and our participation in Ocean Initiatives is simply a matter of becoming aware that many of the items of litter that we pick up - even in Switzerland - may potentially end up in the seas. It also seemed important to us to provide information to Ocean Initiatives in support of your work in influencing the authorities and public opinion.

Douglas Giorgio Rambukwella
Association / Non-Profit Organization

Italy

Without a doubt, the item of litter most frequently found during our collection is the plastic stick (cotton swab) used to clean the ears. The initiative received a warm welcome from passers-by who started to pick up the litter spontaneously and to put it aside for us.

Oduor Nancy Awuor
Public Sector

Kenya

Marine litter have been causing havoc to marine environment, most times we have seen aquatic animals stuck in the litter, turtles strangled with the ghost nets etc. This is what motivated me and other colleagues to organize a beach clean-up in Kenya to at least prevent the impacts of these wastes to the aquatic environment.