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GLOBAL EVENTS

WFO cordially invites you to attend and support the following events:

  • Waste Free Oceans at the Plastic Waste Free World Conference & Exhibition
    Wed, Nov 09
    Köln
    Waste Free Oceans will hold a stand at the Plastic Waste Free World Conference and Exhibition in Cologne on November 9 and 10.
  • Waste Free Oceans' President will speak at the 2022 Plastic Summit in Portugal
    Mon, Oct 17
    Lisbon
    Waste Free Oceans is delighted to announce you its support, sponsorship and participation to the 2022 Plastic Summit in Lisbon on October 17. Mr. Alexandre Dangis, Waste Free Oceans’ president and co-founder, will participate in the second panel of the summit.
  • Beach cleanup with Waste Free Oceans
    Sat, Sep 17
    Blankenberge
    On September 17 for the World Cleanup Day, Waste Free Oceans’ volunteers will gather to clean the beach of Blankenberge, at the Belgian coast. Don’t miss this opportunity to join us for this event in order to have a bigger impact. The more people the better!
  • SURPASS EU-Project successfully launched
    Wed, Jul 06
    Grenoble
    WFO participates in an EU-Funded project named SURPASS along with a consortium of multiple parties as part of Horizon Europe, the EU Research and Innovation funding program which runs from 2022 to 2025.
  • EuPC annual event
    Thu, May 19
    Bruxelles
    Waste Free Oceans will speak at the conference of European Plastics Converters annual event.
  • Pulling our Weight Cleanup in Lagos
    Fri, Mar 11
    Lagos
    Support WFO on our social media for its first cleanup in Lagos Island, Nigeria, on March 11, 2022 in collaboration with Dow and Wecyclers with the hashtag #PullingOurWeight!
  • THE WFO 2021 AFRICA WEBINAR
    Wed, May 26
    Online Registration coming soon!
    WFO is working with the African Marine Waste Network (AMWN) of the Sustainable Seas Trust (SST), to bring together attendees from across Africa as well as abroad to discuss the state of waste management in the respective countries. The 2 sessions, open to all, will be held on Wednesday afternoon.