Clean the World and Las Vegas Sands Partner with Seven Clean Seas to Prevent Plastic from Reaching the Ocean

Clean the World and Las Vegas Sands Partner with Seven Clean Seas to Prevent Plastic from Reaching the Ocean

The Drop by Drop Project is supporting the removal of plastics from rivers with an innovative, cost-effective solution.
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The RPRS support vessel which loads and unloads to the collection container. The flatbed landing craft is ideal for helping the local communities cross the river to transport goods when not in use.

Wednesday, September 2, 2020 - 5:15pm

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ORLANDO, FLA., SEPTEMBER 02, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Clean the World Foundation, a global leader in water, sanitation, hygiene, and sustainability has partnered with Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) to facilitate The Drop by Drop Project. A collaboration between Clean the World Foundation and initiative co-founder Sands, The Drop by Drop Project will reinvest capital from water stewardship efforts into three innovative projects supporting local water champions in Las Vegas, Macao, and Singapore. Managed and operated by Clean the World Foundation, The Drop by Drop Project will be supported in part by savings from Sands’ conservation programs.

Following previously announced grant recipients University of St. Joseph Macao (USJ), Institute of Science and Environment, and Get Outdoors Nevada, the third organization selected for funding is Seven Clean Seas, a Singapore-based social enterprise that is tackling plastic pollution. The organization will use the funding to support the development of The River Plastic Recovery System (RPRS), a floating plastic collection system that captures river plastic before it reaches the ocean.

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