Plastic Punch

Less Plastics. Better Lives

Plastic Punchers

Sea turtles training with WildSeas Conservation

Plastic Punch and Wildseas are advocates of protecting sea turtles in Ghana. The WildSeas Conservation team was led by Founder and Conservation Director, John Flynn, who gave training to the Plastic Punchers on turtle conservation, building hatcheries, nest re-locations and…

Young Plastic Punchers clean beaches too

On 21st July, 2018, Plastic Punch organised a second beach cleanup in New Ningo, gathering around 150 people and collecting two containers of plastics! The plastics collected were taken to our recycling partners who churn the waste into bricks for…

Partnering to design innovative waste management solutions

Collective action is the way forward. Waste management stakeholders in Ghana partner to co-design tools and innovative solutions to turn wastes into a valuable resource.  Plastic Punch is glad to be part of this initiative.

Kids of Prampram

We had a great and productive weekend (17-18 Feb 2018) with the children in New Ningo! Awareness session, beach clean up and segregation and a plastic punchy game!!! A big thank you for the warm reception!

How it all began

Have you ever been to a beach infested with human waste, plastic bottles and trash? Over 100,000 turtles, birds and large ocean animals become trapped in nets and other garbage floating in the oceans, and die from plastic entanglement every…