PACK TECH IS GROWING IN INDIA

Now introducing

Ocean Waste Plastic (OWP)

Pack Tech is now introducing the concept of collecting plastic from the oceans and turning it into new and beautiful packaging.

INDIA PRODUCES

40.000

tons of plastic everyday

MICROPLASTIC WAS FOUND IN

83%

of Delhi's drinking water samples

 India alone produces 40,000 tons of plastic everyday, and various reports say that India is the second largest pollution country in the world next to China. According to a report from WHO (World Health Organization), Delhi is the most polluted city in the world, and microplastic was found in 83% of drinking water samples, where India was ranked third in this regards.

 

Now you can do something to prevent new plastic from entering our oceans, rivers, banks etc. By converting your current packaging into new packaging made from Ocean Waste Plastic, you not only clean up the plastic that already pollutes our environment, but also prevents new plastic from entering our planet.

We have already collected 1.000 tons of plastic from the oceans and converted into new packaging. This is equivalent to 35.000.000 plastic bottles!

1 ton 

of plastic

35.000.000 pcs.

water bottles

 Help us collect even more plastic that pollutes our environment, and make it into new and beautiful packaging.

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OWP recycling

Our Ocean Waste Plastic is mainly collected in and around the Phillipine Sea, the Carribean Sea, and...

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Q&A

OWP complies with relevant certificates and that your packaging always goes through the highest level of QA.

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UN SDG No. 12

The UN Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.

Ocean Waste Plastic

We try to find new ways to achieve a more sustainable future for both the environment and the packaging industry. OWP (Ocean Waste Plastic) is one of them.

Headquarters

Pack Tech A/S

Virkeholm 3B

DK–2730

Denmark

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