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How it Works

Every day you play the trivia, you’ll learn something new and help remove plastic from the ocean and coastlines, for free.

You answer the daily trivia. 

Advertisements and sponsorship revenue is generated from your visits.

Free the Ocean uses funds to directly support organizations removing plastic from the ocean.

Over 30 million pieces of plastic removed


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Who's removing the plastic?

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii (SCH)

SCH is an incredible grassroots non-profit organization run by a dedicated team on the island of O’ahu. They work tirelessly protecting treasured coastlines throughout the Hawaiian islands by removing plastic debris thousands of pounds at a time, getting the community involved, and educating the next generation on how to kokua (care for) our planet and create a more regenerative future.

Parley Global Cleanup Network

The Parley Global Cleanup Network works to protect marine environments from plastic pollution and other threats. Their cleanup collaborations remove plastic waste from beaches, remote islands, rivers, mangroves, and high seas, around the world. They respond to plastic emergencies, raise awareness, and develop and implement programs that can help end the cycle of pollution long-term.

Repurposing the plastic

In addition to recycling, both groups create innovative ways to repurpose the plastic removed from the ocean and coastlines. Such as, repurposing the plastic for educational activities and art projects, and turning the waste into recycled plastic products such as soap dispensers and skateboard decks. Parley’s has created Ocean Plastic®, a range of premium materials made from intercepted and upcycled ghost nets and marine plastic.


You can play our trivia on a daily basis, from anywhere in the world. It’s fast and free for our community and a great way to learn something new and inspire you to help protect our ocean in other ways!

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