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The World has a problem: Plastic waste
Since 1950 approximately 8.3 billion tonnes of plastics have been produced globally, half of which in the last 13 years alone.

This corresponds to approx. 400 million tons in CO2 emission per year.
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A Detriment to our Environment
Over 5 million tonnes of plastic waste seep into our environment and ocean every year. Around 11% of this plastic waste, stems from the maritime industry in the shape of fishing nets, trawls, ropes, and boxes.

Source: UN Environment (2018) - Mapping of global plastics value chain and plastics losses to the environment
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The World is Waking Up
A systemic shift towards a circular economy for plastic, in which plastic never becomes waste, is required.

If we do not rethink to recapture and recycle plastic waste for a sustainable future, we risk billions of tons of plastic in our oceans by 2050.
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Sustainability: The licence to operate
Businesses globally need to realise that their “license-to-operate” will depend on incorporating sustainability into their business model.
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Plastix is part of the global movement
Plastix combats Ocean Plastic by preventive actions:
Our innovative technology and processes present a solution to a substantial waste problem.

We contribute to a more circular economy,

We reduce the amount of waste to landfill, oceans, and CO2 emissions

We prevent valuable resources from being lost.

Plastix is a unique solution provider

Our Mission...

...is to transform used fishing nets, ropes and post-use rigid plastic into high-quality raw plastics materials, “Green Plastics”.

Our Mission is to transform used, obsolete and abandoned fishing nets, ropes and post-use rigid plastic that would previously have ended up in the ocean or on landfill, by mechanically recycling them into high-quality raw plastic material: Green Plastic.

Learn more about HOW WE DO IT here:

Our Vision...

...is to provide sustainable solutions for preventive action, to combat plastic pollution and ensure cleaner environments and oceans.

Our Vision is to provide a sustainable solution for preventive action, to combat plastic pollution and ensure cleaner environments and oceans. We are a manufacturer of Green Plastic for the Circular Economy.

Learn more about OUR PRODUCTS here:

Enabling Green Design...

... of innovative products are made of recycled material. A transition towards a circular economy, in which plastic never becomes waste.

Plastix is proud to enable innovative front-runners, such as designers, plastic converters, and brand owners, to create high-end products made from Green Plastic. We offer tailor-made solutions to serve a changing industry.

Learn more about WHAT WE ENABLE here:

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2 months ago

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PARTNERSHIPS FOR COVID-19 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
PLASTIX partners with Waste Free Oceans, Full Cycle - Circular Economy Solutions and GreenWavePlastics to manufacture COVID-19 personal protective equipment using post-use fishing gear.
The Oceanic Face Shield’s support and reinforcement bands, as well as the Ocean Saver ear savers, designed to prevent ear irritation caused by prolonged wearing of face masks, are made from 100% OceanIX rPPC.

Read more on WFO’s press release: www.wastefreeoceans.org/post/partnerships-for-covid-19-personal-protective-equipment

Both the “Oceanic Face Shield” and “Ocean Saver” are available for purchase on WFO’s webshop:
www.wastefreeoceans.org/shop
Stay Safe. Protect yourself. Protect the ocean.
#plastic #recycling #plastindustrien #GreenPlastics #SDG12
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PARTNERSHIPS FOR COVID-19 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
PLASTIX partners with Waste Free Oceans, Full Cycle - Circular Economy Solutions and GreenWavePlastics  to manufacture COVID-19 personal protective equipment using post-use fishing gear.
The Oceanic Face Shield’s support and reinforcement bands, as well as the Ocean Saver ear savers, designed to prevent ear irritation caused by prolonged wearing of face masks, are made from 100% OceanIX rPPC.  Read more on WFO’s press release: https://www.wastefreeoceans.org/post/partnerships-for-covid-19-personal-protective-equipment  Both the “Oceanic Face Shield” and “Ocean Saver” are available for purchase on WFO’s webshop: 
https://www.wastefreeoceans.org/shop
Stay Safe. Protect yourself. Protect the ocean. 
#plastic #recycling #plastindustrien #GreenPlastics #SDG12

3 months ago

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PLASTIX TRANSFORMS TRASH TO TREASURE
Last week PLASTIX announced our collaboration with The Ocean Cleanup in their project to turn plastic from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch into raw material.

For a project such as this, the recycling process is vital in transforming trash to treasure, and we are flattered in having been singled out to do this tough job!

PLASTIX concentrates on preventive action against ocean plastic by sourcing post-use maritime fibres at their source. However, we have now for the first time proven that ghost nets retrieved from the ocean, can be transformed into valuable raw material in fully traceable externally audited process.

Take a closer look at how PLASTIX supported The Ocean Cleanup team throughout this step in their Plastic Journey.

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3 months ago

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FROM THE GREAT PACIFIC TO LEMVIG
PLASTIX is proud to have been an integral part of The Ocean Cleanup’s amazing Plastic Journey.

We have successfully recycled their plastic collected from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to plastic granulate at our factory in Lemvig, Denmark.

From waste to raw material, through collaborations for a sustainable future.

More details on this extraordinary journey to follow soon.

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