Your waste is fatal.
Keep marine life safe.
563 plastic bottles are dumped into the Mediterranean Sea every second.
Plastic has become a ubiquitous material in the Mediterranean. It is part of people’s everyday life and it is a usual presence on its beaches and at sea.
Every year, 57 million tonnes of plastic enters Mediterranean waters. - this is equivalent to dumping 33,800 plastic bottles into the sea every minute.
Without action, this number will keep growing as plastic waste in the region is expected to quadruple by 2050. It also disrupts the wealthy Blue Economy of the Mediterranean and litters its coastlines.
Regional economic losses attributed to plastic pollution are estimated at €641 million.
THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION :
The world's 4th largest plastic producer.
The Mediterranean region is the world’s fourth-largest producer of plastic goods, and its residents and visitors generate 24 million tonnes of plastic waste each year.
Tourism increases waste by up to one-third during the summertime in some countries, resulting in local waste management facilities being often overwhelmed.
Just because you don't see it,
doesn't mean it isn't there.
How will Mobilis in Mobili address the issue?
Thierry Lefevre - Founder of Mobilis in Mobili & Nemo Marine Services (seakeeper) - founded Mobilis in 2018.
Due to world environmental issues, there was an urgency to react - so Mobilis in Mobili was created with a view, helping create a cleaner world and contribute to a better future by reducing the usage of plastic usage at sea.
As a result, the range was launched for watermakers - converting seawater into clean drinking water - thus reducing the excessive number of plastic bottles used on the yachts.
What have Mobilis in Mobili achieved?
Reduction of plastic bottles usage - a decrease of the ship's weight
As a direct result, the yachts no longer need to frequently come into port to fill up for water
Yachts can spend more time at sea
Usage of freshwater to flow through the yacht
Mobilis in Mobili has taken action, playing their part in decreasing the amount of plastic bottle usage at sea.
It’s the small changes that contribute towards the bigger picture.
They think for tomorrow, and the world they are going to leave behind for the new generation.