October

2021

2,397,604 Bottles

We collected 2,397,604 bottles in October! Your efforts do not go unnoticed! Thanks to all of our heroes, we collected 348,550 more bottles than last month!

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September

2021

2,049,054 Bottles

We collected 2,049,054 bottles in September! A big thank you to all our Ocean Heroes who kicked off fall by picking up a record two million bottles in a single month!

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August

2021

1,840,547 Bottles

We collected 1,840,547 bottles in August, a nice increase from July. With your help, we were able to collect over 6 million bottles this summer!

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July

2021

1,734,131 Bottles

We collected 1,734,131 bottles in July. Lots of people were on holiday, so we didn't collect as much as we did in June. But, those who collected still made a huge impact on our oceans!

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June

2021

2,665,455 Bottles

We were able to collect 2,655,455 bottles in June! With each bottle, we move closer to cleaner, healthier oceans. We have plenty of updates coming to OceanHero soon, so be sure to keep checking our page.

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May

2021

3,036,211 Bottles

We collected 3,036,211 bottles in May. After a few difficult months last year, it is great to see the number increasing again every month.

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April

2021

1,813,758 Bottles

We were able to collect 1,813,758 bottles in April. We are thrilled to see such a big number. Also, we have collected more than 17 M bottles in total. We have added shells so you can measure your impact and concretely see how much you have helped. The more shells you collect, the more you help our mission of saving oceans.

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March

2021

976,629 Bottles

he first spring month ended with the 976,629 bottles collected. Have you seen the update in the customize menu? We have added a lot of great images for your new tab page.

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February

2021

1,173,202 Bottles

The shortest month of the year seems to have gone by in a flash, but we still managed to collect 1,173,202 bottles. By the way, we passed the 15M bottle line! Thank you, all of you, for taking part in OceanHero!

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January

2021

1,318,137 Bottles

We collected 1,318,137 bottles in January. We are glad to see the numbers grow after the holidays. We hope you love our new feature called "Friends". Wishing you a healthy, peaceful, and joyful 2021!

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December

2020

858,566 Bottles

We were able to collect 858,566 bottles in December. 2020 was a difficult and challenging year for everyone. Here at OceanHero, we did our best to make the world we live in a better place! In 2020 we collected 13 million bottles from the Oceans of the world, which equates to 266,3000Kg of plastic that is now not polluting the world we live in! A big thank you to all of you, especially those who have supported us from the beginning. You are making a big difference!

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November

2020

1,063,771 Bottles

We were able to collect 1,063,771 bottles in November. We passed the 12M bottle line and added great new features, like voice search and accounts.

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October

2020

1,389,938 Bottles

We were able to collect 1,389,938 bottles in October. Just a year ago, it was less than 1% of this number! We appreciate all the impact you've made!

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September

2020

1,362,454 Bottles

We collected 1,362,454 bottles in September. It's been a year since we started, and more than 10M bottles were pulled out since then! It's hard to say how thankful we are. Many things were added to OceanHero during this time, and we are glad that you liked most of them.

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August

2020

1,072,131 Bottles

During August, we collected 1,072,131 bottles. It was a surprise to see that our numbers dropped slightly again, but it seems like people are finally coming back from the summer holidays.

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July

2020

1,226,160 Bottles

We collected 1,226,160 bottles in July. Overall, it was a tough month. Many people were on holiday, and our overall user number dropped.

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Some frequently asked questions

What about micro plastics and nano plastics?

We believe that, before one can effectively clean debris from the oceans, the leakage of waste must be stopped in the first place—in other words, the tap must be turned off. Therefore, our primary focus is ocean-bound plastic waste—materials that have not been landfilled and are prone to enter waterways.

Does it help to remove only some types of plastic?

We have signed a partnership with Plastic Bank, which primarily collects the following post-consumer waste: HDPE (milk containers, detergent containers, base cups for plastic soda bottles), LDPE (plastic bags, bubble wrap), PET (plastic beverage containers, polyester textiles), and PP (battery casings, dairy product containers). You can check out their website for more information.

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How do I remove Ocean Hero?

Right click on our icon next to the address bar at the top. Then, you will see an option to remove it. If this does not work, please open settings. Then click on "extensions", and select the OceanHero extension. You can then remove it from your browser.

How much plastic have you removed from the oceans?

Every month, we publish information on the "About Us" page that details how much ocean-bound plastic we were able to collect. Visit this page to learn more about OceanHero.

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What happens to the recovered plastic?

Our partner, Plastic Bank, recycles the collected plastic into so-called social plastic, which is then used to create products that support environmental awareness. You can check out their website to read more.

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How can I support OceanHero?

You will have the greatest impact by sharing our video with your friends and family. But we want to hear about any other good ideas you may have!

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Can I donate to OceanHero?

Unfortunately not. But there are many other organizations that accept donations. Like the OceanCleanUp.

How much plastic does one tab recover?

On average every 17 tabs, one ocean-bound plastic bottle can be recovered.

Why are you doing this?

The problem of plastic pollution is not getting better. Every year, our plastic production grows by 3%. At present, there are no effective ways of keeping plastic out of the ocean.

I have an idea to help

We'd love to hear about it. Please get in touch.

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How do you earn money?

We earn money by showing ads. We show a few links on your new tab page. Whenever you use those links, we receive a small share of the revenue.

How do you earn money?

We earn money by showing ads. We show a few links on your new tab page. Whenever you use those links, we receive a small share of the revenue.

Why are you doing this?

The problem of plastic pollution is not getting better. Every year, our plastic production grows by 3%. At present, there are no effective ways of keeping plastic out of the ocean.

How much plastic does one tab recover?

On average every 17 tabs, one ocean-bound plastic bottle can be recovered.

How can I support OceanHero?

You will have the greatest impact by sharing our video with your friends and family. But we want to hear about any other good ideas you may have!

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Can I donate to OceanHero?

Unfortunately not. But there are many other organizations that accept donations. Like the OceanCleanUp.

I have an idea to help

We'd love to hear about it. Please get in touch.

Get in touch

What happens to the recovered plastic?

Our partner, Plastic Bank, recycles the collected plastic into so-called social plastic, which is then used to create products that support environmental awareness.

Plastic bank

How much plastic have you removed from the oceans?

Every month, we publish information on the "About Us" page that details how much ocean-bound plastic we were able to collect. Visit this page to learn more about OceanHero.

Learn more

How do I remove Ocean Hero?

Right click on our icon next to the address bar at the top. Then, you will see an option to remove it. If this does not work, please open settings. Then click on "extensions", and select the OceanHero extension. You can then remove it from your browser.

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Can I generate tabs with bots?

Bot traffic is bad for OceanHero. We generate revenue only from real users who click relevant ads that ensure positive results for our advertisers. All other traffic, and ad clicks don't generate any revenue. In fact, they only create costs for OceanHero, reducing the amount of money that we can spend on plastic collection. Consequently, we monitor our traffic and quality indicators daily and implement measures, as needed, in order to prevent harmful traffic. So, in a nutshell, normal usage is the best for OceanHero.

Does it help to remove only some types of plastic?

We have signed a partnership with Plastic Bank, which primarily collects the following post-consumer waste: HDPE (milk containers, detergent containers, base cups for plastic soda bottles), LDPE (plastic bags, bubble wrap), PET (plastic beverage containers, polyester textiles), and PP (battery casings, dairy product containers). You can check out their website for more information.

Plastic bank

What about micro plastics and nano plastics?

We believe that, before one can effectively clean debris from the oceans, the leakage of waste must be stopped in the first place—in other words, the tap must be turned off. Therefore, our primary focus is ocean-bound plastic waste—materials that have not been landfilled and are prone to enter waterways.

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