VERIFICATION & DOCUMENTATION
Based on documentation and verification from our partner, we are able to supply a Certificate of Analysis (CoA) on the raw material and a Certificate of Conformity (CoC) with each packaging delivery.
An indirect benefit of OWP is a major reduction in CO2 emission as OWP is a recycled material. Production of recycled resin uses 85% less energy and emits 75% fewer greenhouse gases than producing virgin resin.
Learn about how we manufacture your OWP packaging. Watch the process from the collection of plastic waste, the cleaning, sorting and seperation before producing a beautiful product.
What does OWP stand for?
How do we verify and document OWP?
How clean is OWP compared to virgin resin, and is it safe to use?
What materials can be supplied as OWP?
Which colours can OWP be supplied in?
Can OWP be supplied in transparent?
How is the percentage of OWP in the packaging measured?
Mono-material packaging with no “engine” (no pumping function). E.g. bottles, and closures and 1-layer jars.
Multi-material packaging with no “engine” (no pump function). E.g. 2-layer jars
Multi-material packaging with “engine” (there is a pump function). E.g. airless, foamers, dispensers and sprayers.
What is the best OWP percentage to use?
STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?
Please contact our local OWP expert to clarify any details or to get the full and extensive OWP presentation.
WE NEED YOUR HELP
The world produces more than 300 million tons of plastic every year. We need to see the potential in creating circular supply chains and recycle plastic, so it does not end up in the oceans.