Cleanwave SUP Circle Calls for Reduction of Plastic in Mallorca

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Cleanwave SUP circle Mallorca Spain Balearic Islands
When a group of likeminded people come together with a common intention, we can achieve great things. Photo by: @videography_mallorca
Great shot!  This photo was taken in Mallorca, Spain at a beach clean up hosted by Cleanwave, a non-profit from the Balearic Islands. Cleanwave rocks the reduction of single-use plastic bottles by making the drinking water (unfortunately, currently unfit for human consumption in the Balearics) freely accessible.
This is done by collaborating with local communities and setting up filtered drinking water stations around the islands in order to reduce the need for single use plastic bottles.
Cleanwave SUP circle Mallorca Spain Balearic Islands
When a group of like-minded people come together with a common intention, we can achieve great things.  Photo by: Kamilo at videography_mallorca

Clean Wave Creates Water Stations for Safe Consumption

Global Partner

“This picture was taken for our Land & Sea beach cleanup. The team from @marbalearsupcenter together with @strandkind_am_meer collaborated to form this fantastic circle to allow us to spread #cleanwavemovement and talk about a circular economy.

A circular economy is an alternative to the traditional linear economy which is characterized by the “make, use, dispose” mentality.  In a circular economy, we keep resources in use for as long as possible, extract the maximum value from them whilst in use, then recover and regenerate the products and materials at the end of each service life. This is the direction the world needs to head in order to become sustainable. ”  – Ben Lancia, Cleanwave

Cleanwave is a non-profit in the Balearic Islands in Spain that is creating a network of water refill stations around the islands where the public can have access to refill their reusable water bottles. These locations include restaurants, bars, shops, businesses, yoga and fitness studios around the islands.

They promote the sale of reusable, eco-friendly bottles as well as offer community outreach through education, beach clean ups and the supplying of plastic-free water bottle solutions at events. Cleanwave collaborates with their local government regarding litigation about this ongoing concern throughout the Ballearic Islands.

To find out more about Cleanwave, you can check out their website at www.cleanwave.org or visit them on Instagram @cleanwavemovement

It’s folks like this, using their paddling powers for good, that make the world a great place.  Thanks Ben & Cleanwave for your efforts to take care of our global waters through sustained effort, conservation and education.  We salute YOU!  Aloha.