A world without pollution

Plastic production will increase by 40% in the next 10 years. If we don’t do anything about the plastic soup, oceans will carry more plastic than fish (by weight) by 2050. The United Nations warns that marine life will be irreparably destroyed. Coral reefs appear to be particularly vulnerable to plastic pollution. The plastic soup will endanger the food supply of millions of people; meanwhile, plastic production grows because of the low cost of shale gas. We must change how we design, use, and reuse plastics.

According to the Ellen Macarthur foundation, a circular economy could reduce the annual volume of plastics entering our oceans by 80%. This is why we use innovative and bio-based materials such as PLA, to ensure that the plastics we do need are reusable, recyclable, or compostable. We will do anything to prevent our products ending up in the ocean in the first place. We want all our products back and use the materials to create new products. Furthermore, we circulate all the items we produce to keep them in the economy and out of the environment.