Ocean Waste Plastic is a circular packaging solution and at its core, is a raw material made of plastic collected from the ocean and rivers. The raw material is then transformed into unique and beautiful packaging, known as OWP-packaging.
Collecting plastic waste from the ocean and rivers
Sorting, washing, and shredding the plastic
Transforming the shredded, melted plastic into new raw material
The new raw material, OWP, is used when manufacturing new packaging
OWP is fully documented
Transparency and thorough documentation are vital to us. ReSea Project, our sister company, handles the plastic collection process behind OWP.
Every part of the process has its own control measures, and as one of only two companies worldwide, the plastic collections ReSea carries out are certified by DNV.
Packaging made with OWP is available in a multitude of colorways. From off-white to black and every color in between. The color options are dependent on the type of raw material used.
Unique packaging is created when the design meets your exact requirements. Offering customized packaging solutions, we can create products that excel your expectations and make your brand stand out.
Discover our wide range of standard and customized packaging solutions. We are able to incorporate PP and HDPE in your OWP packaging. From airless bottles, jars, and tubes, to lotion pumps, sprayers, and caps.
We offer the implementation of an individualized QR code which can be printed on your OWP packaging.
Scanning this QR code will send consumers to a tailored made tracking site which shows the amount of plastic waste that has been collected due to your OWP packaging. More importantly, it is a visual representation of the impact the consumer makes on the ocean when buying your product in packaging made with OWP.
Collecting plastic waste from the ocean and rivers has never been more important. We believe in being part of a collective solution to an ongoing crisis and that our contribution is a step towards a change that is much needed.
... up to 80% of all life in the world.
United Nations, 2022
... tons of plastic ends up in the ocean every year.
... a top environmental concern among consumers across countries worldwide.