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OCEAN WASTE PLASTIC
In light of the current global context, we believe it is time to share some news from our OWP teams in Indonesia.
We are very excited to announce our partnership with the Royal Danish Yacht Club.
For the human species to survive we need air to breathe, water to drink and food to eat. The ocean is the largest ecosystem on Earth and the planet`s life support system. Oceans generate more than half of the oxygen we breathe
We find ourselves in a moment of time where the world has never felt smaller than it does right now. One small act from the other side of the world can have huge effect and consequences...
Besides cleaning our oceans for plastic, we believe in making a positive impact in the local communities where we operate, and it is important for us to give back to enhance their living conditions.
The holiday season is here and it is time to do the last Christmas shopping, wrap the presents and finalize the holiday to-do-list.
We are happy to welcome 4 new fishermen to our Ocean Waste Plastic collecting team in Indonesia. Since the beginning of Ocean Waste Plastic our capacity has grown rapidly...
With a growing interest in OWP and the way we handle OWP, we know how important it is to verify and document every aspect of our supply chain.
We will bring together notable guest speakers at the iconic building, The Black Diamond in Copenhagen. The day will feature a series of inspiring talks and lectures.
For more than 50 years the global production and consumption of plastics have continued to increase, and we are now facing a world...
The plastic that ends up in our oceans and nature are not only threatening our animals and oceans, but are also contributing to climate change.
Californians use and throw a tremendous amount of plastic packaging away every day. This includes straws, bottles etc., and today there is more than...
See how the concept of saving our planet for 1.000 tons of plastic in 2018 became a reality.
Our oceans are facing threats from all sides as tons of plastics are entering our oceans every day. It is not only marine species that are affected, but also our valuable coral reefs.
For every packaging you choose to produce in OWP instead of virgin/bioplastic, you remove what is equivalent to 3 plasticbags from the oceans.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
What to choose is simply a result of what you believe in. Do you believe in recycling or in the concept of always producing new materials?