Let’s Protect Our Environment Together!

With your contribution you help us to make the world a better place and give us the chance to reach more people with our message.

Waste Categorization

Dispose glass, plastics, paper and more seperated so that it can be recycled.

Recycling Polythene

Polyethylene it the most popular plastic in the world. It is used for packaging, grocery bags, plastic bottles, etc. It can be fully recycled and refomed into new products.

Plant A Tree

Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world's terrestrial biodiversity.

Simple Ways You Can Start Caring For The Environment

Proper Waste Disposal

This includes minimum waste generation, reusing surplus materials and recycling of the generated waste.

Reusable Shopping Bags

reusable bags are more durable, provide higher comfort and can serve as fashion statement. you can save resources and avoid plastic waste

Plastic Recycling / Upcycling

With a bit of creativity, everyone can upcylce plastic and be part of environmental change. Check out our upcycling products as well!

Our Product Categories

Our products that are stylish, sustainable and durable. With purchasing our bags you protect the environment from plastic waste and contribute to recycling

Schools Visited
Teachers Trained
Students Trained
Trash Bins Distributed

What participants and team members say about our project

People associated to our project tell you what they have learnt and share their experiences with the project

I am grateful to be part of the team working for this noble cause, training the young ones in schools about the importance of protecting the environment they live in.
Intern at Trybe Uganda
If we badly decompose plastics we end up consuming it through water and its components and micro plastic kills aquatic life.
St. Benedict primary school, Uganda
Environmental protection is a true passion of mine. I am gratefull to have the opportunity to contribute professionally to my personal objectives and learn new things everyday from my team members. Trybe is inspiring!
Intern at Trybe Germany
As the teacher in charge of environment at the school I am glad to have such programs as they complement our work very well .
Lukoda K.
Teacher, Cardinal Nsubuga secondary school, Uganda

Questions & Answers Concerning Environmental Protection

Below we answer a few questions about marine litter and what can be done by each of us to help revert the situation

Marine litter is human-created waste that has been discharged into the coastal or marine environment. Specifically: “Marine debris” is defined to include any anthropogenic, manufactured, or processed solid material (regardless of size) discarded, disposed of, or abandoned in the environment, including all materials discarded into the sea, on the shore, or brought indirectly to the sea by rivers, sewage, storm water, waves, or winds.”

Marine litter is mainly caused by poorly managed or poorly resourced landfill sites, sewage treatment and combined sewer overflows. It also results of people using beaches for recreation and by shore fishing. Another cause is shore-based solid-waste disposal and processing facilities.

According to the United Nations, at least 800 species worldwide are affected by marine debris and as much as 80 percent of that litter is plastic. … Fish, seabirds, sea turtles and marine mammals can become entangled in or ingest plastic debris, causing suffocation, starvation, and drowning.

  • Bring your own reusable cup for your morning coffee or latte, because disposable cups can end up as marine debris. You can also leave a mug and glass at work for you to use for your personal beverages. Every year we throw away 25 billion Styrofoam coffee cups. Many end up in our ocean where they kill nearly a million sea creatures.
  • Avoid products with excess packaging. Buy fresh and local. Buy from bulk bins and avoid packages with individually wrapped items. Reducing excess packaging and plastics reduces marine debris!
  • Invest in a reusable water bottle instead of using single-use plastic bottles.
  • Bring in your own reusable bag not only to the grocery store, but to all stores to reduce use of paper and plastic bags.