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Ocean Action – Choose to reUse

When you look at the big picture, the scale becomes clear - only around 10% of the plastic produced worldwide is recycled. The rest ends up in landfills at best, but often in nature and the oceans.
Ocean Action – Choose to reUse

Ocean Action - Beyond no matter

OCEAN ACTION is not only the name of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which is particularly concerned with the protection of the oceans, it is also the name of a sustainable material for the production of labels that can contribute to the circular economy.

OCEAN ACTION label material is made from Ocean Bound plastic. It supports the approach of preventing plastic waste in coastal areas from entering the oceans in the first place without efficient waste management, and instead recycling it. Choose to reUSE.

Ocean Action Explanation

The background to Ocean Action Material:

Label made from Ocean Bound Plastic - How it is made

Label material made from Ocean Bound plastic is obtained from chemically recycled plastic.
This process also allows “poor quality” waste to be recycled that would otherwise end up in landfill. An important approach for a functioning circular economy.

Ocean Action Cycle

Label made from Ocean Bound Plastic- Why it makes sense

  • Same properties as conventional PP films
  • Ideal for demanding applications such as the food and cosmetics industries
  • Valuable measure to combat the pollution of the oceans by post-consumer plastic.
Ocean Bound Plastic

Current projects

Ocean Action Material was used for the CARINI Hand Balm and Hand Sanitizer labels.
The manufacturer of the material is the company UPM Raflatac.
The labels show various finishing options and cut-out techniques that give the multilayer in particular a very special look. When opened, the viewer’s field of vision expands and the pollution of the oceans becomes visible. Choose to reUSE.