Ocean Waste Plastic Bottles, lower marine pollution, reduce CO2 emissions

Ocean Plastic Pollution is not just plastic trays, films, boxes, bags, straws, or bottles that people toss out every day from their domestic garbage. Unfortunately, today the ocean has all sorts of artificial objects that haunt the entire ecosystem and jeopardize marine life. One of the critical threats to marine life is abandoned fishing nets, ropes, and trawls, which studies show account for 46% of all ocean plastic.

Since 2020, SR Packaging has been working with an advanced recycling company that has developed a unique mechanical recycling technology to recycle post-use plastic fibers and rigid plastics from the maritime industry and use this recycled ocean waste plastic for new OWP bottles.

The efforts are to:

✔ Lower marine pollution

✔ Reduce 85% CO2 emissions (comparing to the use of virgin plastic)

From a Research and Development perspective, SR Packaging, as a packaging provider, has the primary task to ensure that its business runs upon a set of sustainable rules in parallel with global needs and is friendly towards the environment. The team insists on sustainability, and vital developments include the company's PCR Airless Bottle and PCR dispensing solutions. 

Along with complete PCR packaging solutions, SR Packaging now launches its Ocean Waste Plastic Packaging, the OWP50 Bottle. All PE bottles shown in the SR Packaging catalog can be made with 50% ocean waste plastic and are feasible for hot stamping, silk screen printing, labeling, and many more decoration options.

Material Information

The recycled ocean plastic meets REACH requirements and does not contain chemicals listed on PROP65. Proposition 65 is California’s Safe Drinking Water & Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, a Californian law that applies to products sold across the state.

Contact sales@srpackaging.com for more details.

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  • Sophie Tu
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  • Created 22 Sep 2021
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