Seabin Foundation cleaning oceans

Cleaning our oceans one roll at a time.

FlusheD ECO is not just about soft toilet paper that is eco-friendly and tree free.

It’s purpose was really to start educating our community and bringing awareness to the astronomical amounts of plastic that is entering our water ways each day.

We wanted to give everyday people the opportunity to make a difference by purchasing a simple every day item

We chose to sponsor a seabin through the Seabin Project because we knew this technology really was cleaning the ocean and it has the data to prove it.

Each Seabin as the capability to catch

90,000 plastic bags per year
35,700 disposable cups per year
16,500 plastic bottles every year
166,500 plastuc utensils including straws every year.

So everytime you buy FlusheD ECO bamboo toilet paper, you are not only helping us fund our current seabin located in Sydney, but your also giving us the opportunity to fund multiple seabins in all states in Australia in the future.

That’s pretty exciting.


Innovative smart bin that is designed to collect ocean waste, oil, fuel and unwanted biomass.

A little about Seabin Project.

Sydney is the first city in the world to filter and monitor microplastics 24/7

The objective of the 100 smarter cities program is to improve water quality and reduce environmental impact of a city

The 31 Seabin units across the Harbour, filter Sydney’s waterways of plastics, mircoplastics, fuel, oil and other harmful contaminants

The data collated from these catches is recorded and analysed by Seabin’s in-house marine scientists, allowing Seabin to depict pollution trends, assess the effectiveness of policy making (such as single use plastic bans) and influence positive behavioral change.

The aim of the Seabins Smart City Program is to support sustainable cities, through the cleanup and monitoring, of ocean and waterway health
From June 2020 – October 2022 Seabin’s Smart City Program Sydney has:
• Filtered over 13.5 billion litres of water
• Collected over 100 tonnes of marine litter
• Collected over 4.4 million items of plastic including over 1.7 million microplastics

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