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ONE takes to waterways on celebration of World Clean Up day

Ocean Network Express (ONE) mpaign, as part of the ongoing #ONEOcean initiative.

More specifically, ONE employees across the globe came together to collect litter and debris from the waterways.

This year, as a Healthy Bays Partner for Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup™, selected ONE offices utilised the Clean Swell® app to further amplify the impact of their cleanup efforts.

According to ONE, by cataloguing each item of trash collected, the company plays an important role by contributing valuable datapoints to a comprehensive database, which in turn provides researchers and policymakers with the insights required for informed and targeted action.

At ONE’s global headquarters in Singapore, CEO Jeremy Nixon and Corporate & Innovation Division’s MD Yasuki Iwai led by example, joining 47 ONE employees in a beach cleanup at East Coast Park.

In total, ONE’s #SeaTheChange campaign saw 508 employees in 19 countries collectively removing over 2,290 kg (5,050 lbs) of rubbish from 28 waterways, parks, and beaches.





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