22,000 + tons of waste enters our oceans every day . . .

If you are not part of the solution, then you are part of the problem...

The Extraction Action Alliance

TEEA at work

Stemming the flow of waste entering the oceans globally.

Over the last 35 years, 157 countries have signed and further ratified the Laws of the Sea Convention. It is TEAA’s mission to help these countries to finally become compliant with various sections of the convention specifically relating to River, Ocean & Beach waste.

TEAA has a turn key solution to stem any amount of waste entering the oceans from any estuary in any country.
All we need is the commitment from these countries, the “go ahead’ and we can have boots on the ground within weeks.


Prior to the installation, whilst the engineering team visit to survey for barrier installation, advice and data capture will be taken on points for installation for both maximum waste capture, but also ensuring at ALL times the marine environment is kept intact and the inhabitants remain safe (or relocated).


We have chosen the best suppliers to suit the work needed to carry out throughout the world coastlines. We will use some of the best machinery, vehicles, drones, mapping & scientific equipment, catchment barriers systems, extraction process, recycling & treatment equipment & sundry equipment.


We have broken down our world countries into zones. You will find all the countries here and the details about coast and estuaries. Further research will be done for each country and a detailed report provided to give information about the problem caused so far and how to resolve the waste pollution problem.


Ocean/River Waste

Our oceans are filling up with plastic and other waste, which we need to clean up.

Bed/Coast Waste

Beaches and coastlines are full of waste and effecting our planet. Some waste washes up on the beaches and other waste is sinking.

Ghost Nets

A big problem with nets that get lost at sea, effect much of the marine life & more.


Ocean waste is effecting our marine life , weather and the food we eat.

Humans have created 9.1 billion tons of plastic since 1950

Over 38 Years Late . . .

Laws of the Sea Convention


Article 207   Pollution from land-based sources 

1. States shall adopt laws and regulations to prevent, reduce and control pollution of the marine environment from land-based sources, including rivers, estuaries, pipelines and outfall structures, taking into account internationally agreed rules, standards and recommended practices and procedures. 

2. States shall take other measures as may be necessary to prevent, reduce and control such pollution 

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