OUR TEAM

CEO Pete Ceglinski

The Seabin Project is far more than a product, our ultimate goal is to
“have pollution free oceans for our future generations”.

To get there we are working to optimise the technology and scale our operations globally. The Seabins are powerful communication tools in our educational programs which we feel is the real solution.

We have grown in many ways, from the technology, the team, educational programs, to our own personal development. It has been an exciting learning curve so far and we cannot wait to see what the future holds.

We are also extremely proud that some of our pilot partners have won awards assisted by Seabin Project and that others have met their objectives for 2017 and 2018.

With momentum increasing everyday through the marina industry, environmental agencies, the media and the general population around the world, I am excited about the measurable impact of our program.

Pete Ceglinski

CEO & Co Founder

Seabin Project

The team

Pete Ceglinski

CEO & Co-Founder

Seabin Project

Along with the development of the project, he's involved in the technical design and development of the products.

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Pete Ceglinski

CEO & Co-Founder

Seabin Project

Pete has been around the ocean his entire life and enjoyed surfing exotic destinations around the globe. With a background of product design combined with ten years of boat building for high-end racing yacht teams, the switch to developing a Seabin that cleans the oceans has proved invaluable for the development of the Seabin Project and its educational programs. Along with the development of the Seabin Project as a business, Pete is heavily involved in the technical design and development of the products.

Free-diving, surfing, scuba diving, stand-up paddle boarding, camping, road trips, travel, photography, art and design are just some of Pete’s interests when he has spare time.

Portsea Turton

Administration and Youth Ambassador

Seabin Project

Portsea developed a love for the ocean beginning in her childhood where she spent her days snorkelling, boating and camping. Her eagerness to enjoy the ocean has led to an awareness of its dynamic changing

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Portsea Turton

Administration and Youth Ambassador

Seabin Project

Portsea developed a love for the ocean beginning in her childhood where she spent her days snorkelling, boating and camping. Her eagerness to enjoy the ocean has led to an awareness of its dynamic changing. Portsea reflects that despite Australia’s relatively pristine state compared to other locations around the world, the amount of pollution and biodiversity in her local area alone has had notable changes since the time she first went diving. Understanding the severity of the issue has filled her with a drive to change the future of our ocean and led to her involvement with the Seabin Project.  

 Portsea is also a member of the World Oceans Day Youth Advisory Council and is currently studying Marine Science at James Cook University.

Paola Marcon

European Operations Manager

Seabin Project

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Paola Marcon

European Operations Manager

Seabin Project