Cleaning our Water

Cleaning our water is absolutely essential and we need to work on a personal, community, national and global level to stop making the problem worse and start making it better!

We can start in our homes by using vinegar and baking soda over harsh chemicals when cleaning.  Read your labels.  You will not only protect our water and land, but you also won’t be exposing your body to the chemicals as well.  There are so many great alternatives out there for cleaning our homes and businesses.  Check out some tips to find inspiration for running your home on a greener basis. See our other Pinterest page on water for one more reality check on what we are doing to the waters of the world. Also, Managing Earth’s Facebook page has dozens of posts highlighting the incredible challenges and innovative solutions to solve the problem of cleaning our water. Check them out and get inspired!

Cleaning Up our Oceans

Visit to read up on the details for their solution for capturing large amounts of floating plastic and debris driven by current and removing it to help with cleaning our water.

More on the Ocean Clean Up

Watch a video explain the process of removing plastic from the waters of the world

Methods to help with cleaning our water

The ‘Seawer’- The Garbage-Seacraper is designed to rid the water of debris.  It garnered Honorable Mention for Sung Jin Cho from South Korea at the 2014 Evolo Skyscraper Competition.

Introduction to Water Quality

Canada’s Ocean Protection Plan

’10 Things you can do to save the ocean’ by National Geographic


The Pasteurization Technology Group provides unique, patented “2 for 1” disinfection and energy solutions for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities.

Check out the 4ocean Facebook page and watch their video on Cleaning our Water.

The Seabin Project for Cleaner Oceans vacuums the water!


FOR CLEANER OCEANSA Sunday with friends cleaning the ocean floor of marine litter here in the Mediterranean. Special thanks PETER Diving Punta Negra Elena Rotger Filmmaker and Isurus Mallorca

Posted by The Seabin project on Tuesday, December 13, 2016

‘Ocean Confetti, the challenge of micro-plastics’ by

Converting Plastic to Fuel

Plastics that are not readily recyclable -#3(pvc), #4(ldpe), #5(pp), #6(ps), #7 (other)– People monitoring the reefs to help protect them.

Global cleanup company 4Ocean started by two young surfers

These two young surfers are working hard fighting back against ocean plastic:

Posted by Hashem Al-Ghaili on Thursday, November 1, 2018