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Case Study: Beiersdorf

Beiersdorf reduces plastic usage and cuts CO2 emissions with an innovative new renewable plastic packaging for their NIVEA Naturally Good product range.

Adding value to plastic waste can prevent it from ending up in our oceans

Ocean plastic is consistently hitting the headlines as a key issue in our global plastics crisis. Once there it is causing devastating damage to the marine environment and creating a soup of toxic microplastics. It is also harming humanity and other land animals as it is getting into our food chain through fish we eat.

Case Study: Mon Exports

Our client Mon Exports, based in India, take their social contribution seriously. They make bags and luggage for their client’s brands, and had traditionally relied on materials such as Leather, Canvas (Waxed/Non-Waxed), Cork, Jute and Rattan. Realising that their clients and end customers were becoming increasingly concerned with environmental issues and sustainability, they were looking for a new production material which could directly address these concerns. Ocean Bound Plastic was their answer.

How does plastic recycling help businesses to achieve greater sustainability?

Reduce-reuse-recycle is more than just a catchy mantra, rather it can form the basis of an effective strategy for avoiding plastic waste. For businesses of all sizes, avoiding unnecessary plastics consumption and switching to reusable materials is an important step when working towards an environmentally friendly future.

Case Study: Trevira

Our client Trevira GmbH is an innovative European manufacturer of international renown. They produce high-value branded fibres and filament yarns for technical applications and hygiene products as well as for home textiles, automotive interiors, and functional apparel. Their commitment to operating in an environmentally conscious manner has led them to create a wide range of sustainable versions of their products, with a focus on using recycled materials.

Businesses need to change how they think about plastic

The modern era has been dubbed the ‘Plastic Age’ by scientists who have found plastic pollution is now being deposited into the fossil record. An audit of waste plastic conducted by Greenpeace and Break Free from Plastic highlighted the huge extent to which businesses are contributing to our plastic crisis. However, it’s not just the producers of plastic products, or products packaged in plastic, who need to reevaluate their plastic impact. If we are to turn the tide on this global waste crisis, then all businesses need to take stock and take action to ensure that they are both reducing their use of plastic and responsibly managing their plastic waste.

Going plastic free could be easier than you think

‘More Masks Than Jellyfish’ read one headline. The year of 2020 and the pandemic saw the use of plastic masks and PPE on an unprecedented scale. As the lockdown eases, it is time to refocus our energies towards solutions and opportunities.
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