C2A opens new branch at the Mediterranean Sea through 400 year old painting

What would our trade mission to Sète bring us? We had no idea. An exciting trip beyond the horizon, that's how we saw it. Now we have the opportunity to open our first foreign C2A branch on the southern French coast!

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The risky business that is called the ‘speeljacht’

Our second ship had to be built from waste PET. Or that was the plan. But the experiments to strengthen this type of plastic failed. How do you turn this around?

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‘I’m not an inventor, more of a Boy Scout’

You will not see volunteer Piet (79.8) roaring on a soapbox. To work towards a cleaner world, he prefers to support a tangible project such as Clean2Anywhere.

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How to start a gigántic experiment like building a ‘fluitschip’?

How do you approach a megalomaniac experiment like building a 17th century cargo ship out of waste plastic? You break it down into small steps. This is how our ship strategy came into being. Or as we call it: 'the evolution of waste plastic ships'.

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Open Hiring: this is how it works at Clean2Anywhere

What if not the organization, but the candidate itself decides whether it is fit for the job? Our partner Marjolijn Dölle explains how Clean2Anywhere is inspired by 'Open Hiring'.

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Circular Economy Week? Why?

If you are 'working on circularity’ every day already, what is your role in a Circular Economy Week?

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Volunteer Audrey: ‘You can pick yourself up at any time’

Vrijwilliger Audrey (22) wilde weten hoe ze haar leven kon verduurzamen, maar ontdekte tijdens haar aanwezigheid op de werf nog veel meer dan dat.

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Volunteer Marco: ‘This is where I come up with unique, creative things’

Because his head slows down at the workshop, volunteer Marco (52) comes up with new ideas. This makes he starts his own experiments.

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‘I meet like minded people here’

Volunteer Akram (58) makes an artwork from waste plastic on the yard. With this he wants to contribute to creating awareness around the dangers of plastic.

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What a waste plastic boat teaches us about trust

The little ships we build, they have a soul. Our third workboat 'Karperkuil' is not an exception. It launched just before Christmas. Let's tell you what we have learned from this special ship.

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