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OCEAN WASTE PLASTIC

THE FUTURE IS OWP

The development of a sustainable lifestyle is widely growing, and the focus on tackling global issues such as environmental pollution, climate change or poverty has never been more relevant.

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OWP IS YOUR SUSTAINABLE STRATEGY

Let Ocean Waste Plastic be
your future strategy

Studies have shown that 89,3% of beauty brands think that sustainable materials will replace virgin plastic in the future [1]. The increasing demand from customers and pressure from environmental protective laws increases the popularity of sustainable packaging. But 21% does not have any sustainable strategy [1].

By using OWP as your sustainable strategy you are not only cleaning the worlds oceans from plastic waste, you are also helping to saving the oceans and marine life, reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases, preventing new plastic from entering the world and also creating better living standards for the local Indonesian communities.

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PLASTIC POLLUTION FACTS

Over 300 million tons of plastic are produced every year, and up to 13 million tons of plastic waste enters the ocean each year. 

OCEAN WASTE PLASTIC

How plastic pollution affects our marine life

Plastic pollution is sadly, becoming an inevitable part of the ocean’s ecosystems. The plastic that ends up in the ocean is extremely harmful and serves as an enormous threat to the marine life living in the ocean.

The most visible consequences of plastic pollution are the ingestion, suffocation and entanglement of many marine life species. Marine wildlife such as birds, whales, fish and turtles mistake the floating plastic for being edible. Most of the animals that ingest plastic die of starvation as their stomachs fill with indigestible plastic pieces. Because of the close contact with the dirty plastic, the animals have a higher risk of contracting infections, reduced ability to swim and internal/external injuries. Floating plastic pieces contribute to the spread of invasive organisms and bacteria, which disrupt the entire marine ecosystems.

PLASTIC POLLUTION FACTS

More than 10 trillion pieces of plastic currently litter the oceans (>300 million tons)

 
 
 
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  1. YEC//YOUTH EXCELLENCE CONSULTING REPORT “Turning customer insight into competitive advantages” 2020

OWP – OCEAN WASTE PLASTIC

Are you going to be next?

We are committed to help the planet as much as we can. Many companies have already converted in to OWP – Are you going to be the next? Let OWP be your sustainable strategy and let us produce your packaging or items in OWP.

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