Ecoalf Foundation has always worked collaboratively, not only co-leading projects but also participating in other initiatives aligned with our values and objectives.



In 2021 the OCEANETS project, in which Ecoalf Foundation collaborated as a third party, ended. The objective was to demonstrate the technical, economic, environmental, and social viability of using discarded fishing gear to obtain new high-quality products in the textile industry. The project was co-financed by the European Maritime Fisheries Fund and led by a consortium composed of AIMPLAS, University of Vigo, ARVI, Vertidos Cero, ECOALF, and SINTEX.


"To keep garbage out of the sea."

In 2018, Lanjarón and Ecoalf Foundation joined forces to launch this pilot project whose objective is to prevent debris accumulated in coastal areas from becoming marine litter. For the project, a series of points were selected on the Andalusian coast where cleanup actions and detailed characterizations were carried out to improve knowledge about this problem and propose solutions.


"Citizen's Decalogue against marine litter".

In 2016, in view of the serious problem posed by marine litter, this Decalogue was presented at CONAMA. A document agreed by various entities, including the Ecoalf Foundation, which includes advice and best practices focused on prevention, with the aim of maintaining clean beaches, coasts and oceans.