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Giving a Second Life to plastic waste

We are a social enterprise, dedicated to ocean plastic collection and recycling.

Verra Project
The world’s first Verra-certified plastic collection and recycling project
Plastic collected and recycled 
since January 2020
Registered under the Second Life program 
since we’ve started
Supported by global brands, 
engaged in local impact.
Clarins Paris
Caudalie Paris
Societe Generale
Green Print
Ranong Recycle
Wongpnait Karbi
Asia Green Roads
Department of Marine and Coastal Resources
South Pole
Plastic Credit Exchange

Start engaging in 3 easy steps

Assess & Reduce


Support in assessing, minimizing, and contributing to your plastic footprint reduction plan aimed at achieving net zero, aligned with global plastic footprinting frameworks.

Asses & Reduce



Focusing on priority areas with a robust field presence to maximize traceability, additionality, and impact—specifically addressing Ocean Plastics in deficient Asian islands and coastal areas.




Stand Behind Circularity:Contributing to Institutional and Industry Platform Campaigns

Going Beyond Circularity: Offering Social and Cultural Support to Island Communities


Founding Story


Launch with Caudalie: 600,000 Kg Collected

In 2020, we initiated operations with Caudalie, embarking on our commitment to plastic sustainability. Within our inaugural year, this partnership allowed us to successfully collect 600,000 kilograms of plastic, laying a foundation for our ongoing initiatives.


Milestone Achievement: 1 Million Kg Collected

In 2021, we celebrated a significant milestone, successfully collecting our first 1 million kilograms of plastic. Collaborating with Clarins, onboarding over 100 collectors marked the beginning of our journey towards transformative environmental impact.


World’s First Verra Certified Plastic Project

In 2022, we were honored to receive certification from Verra as the world’s first Verra Certified Plastic Project. Collaborating with partners like MARS and Symrise, our initiative has successfully allowed us to collect 2 million kilograms of plastic since our founding, solidifying our position as contributors to sustainable action.


Independence Achieved: Almost 4 Million Kg Collected

In 2023, we transitioned into a stand-alone company, highlighting our accomplishment of nearly 4 million kilograms of ocean plastic collected since our founding. This milestone reflects our steadfast commitment to environmental independence and making a meaningful impact in the field.

Our Plastic Projects

We support global plastic recovery and recycling operations where they matter most.

Beyond Plastic Sustainability

Start taking leadership on comprehensive sustainability, supporting projects that reach beyond plastic to enhance environmental, social, and economic sustainability.

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No PovertyDecent work and economic growth

Support vulnerable communities

We work in priority with the most vulnerable members of the community, where waste collection and recycling is a valuable source of income

Sustainable cities and communitiesResponsible consumption and productionClimate actionLife below water

Regenerate biodiversity ecosystems

We focus our work on islands and ocean biodiversity hotspots where plastic waste management is underdeveloped.

Partnerships for the goals

Global partnerships for local impact

We work collaboratively with local and global institutions to ensure we meet our wider goals of sustainability for the ocean and for communities

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Plastic credits are transferable economic credits

1 credit = 1 tonne

Just one credit is supports the collection or recycling of 1 metric tonne of plastic that wouldn’t have been otherwise.

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Tristan Lecomte
Nik Supatravanij
Pauline Frison
Vinatt Luangkhot

Recycling experts taking 
leadership on plastic sustainability

We’re here to make the global
circular plastic supply chain a reality.

Learn more about us

Frequently Asked Questions

How much plastic ends up in the oceans?

Yearly, up to 12.7 million tonnes of plastic enters our oceans. It escapes from landfill sites, floats down our drains, ends up in rivers and makes its way into our oceans.

How many tons of plastic are in the ocean?

There are now 5.25 trillion macro and micro pieces of plastic in our ocean and 46,000 pieces in every square mile of ocean, with a total estimated 150 million tons of plastic currently in our oceans. Every day around 8 million new pieces of plastic make their way into our oceans.

How does plastic end up in the ocean?

80% of the plastics in the ocean comes from land-based activities. It is trash blown from the streets, trash cans, or landfills into rivers, sewers, or directly into the ocean.

Why recycle plastic?
  • For every ton of plastic that is recycled, 7.4 cubic yards of landfill space is saved. Recycling plastic also reduces the amount of non-renewable energy used in the plastic-making process, as creating new items from existing plastic uses significantly less energy than creating plastics from raw materials.
  • Recycling reduces the pollution that can come from the chemicals used to make these bottles. It also helps cut down on the amount of trash thrown into landfills, so our garbage doesn’t take up as much space. Recycling also creates jobs for people who collect recyclable materials and work at places that turn them into new materials.
What plastics can be recycled?

The most commonly recycled plastics are:

  • Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) – water bottles and plastic trays
  • High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) – milk cartons and shampoo bottles
  • Polypropylene (PP) – margarine tubs and ready-meal trays
  • Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) – plumbing and piping
  • Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) – food and shopping bags
  • Polystyrene (PS) – plastic cutlery

How many times can plastic be recycled?

Every time plastic is recycled, the polymer chain grows shorter, so its quality decreases. The same piece of plastic can only be recycled about 2-3 times before its quality decreases to the point where it can no longer be used.

What is 100 percent ocean bound plastic?

Ocean Bound Plastic is abandoned plastic waste of all sizes located within the range of 50 km from the shore in communities or areas where waste management is inexistent or very inefficient.

What can plastic bottles be recycled into?

Plastic bottles can be converted into many different products. Just think of all of the plastic toys, tools, electronic gadgets, and other plastic items in your own home.

How does plastic recycling work?

Plastic that is collected from your homes, businesses and local recycling centers is sent to Material Recovery Facilities (MRF), which separates plastic and non-plastic, and/or a Plastic Recovery Facilities (PRF), which sorts plastic by type. These facilities use sorting equipment such as an optical sorter, or manual sorting, to distinguish between the different types of plastics. The plastic then goes to a reprocessor where it gets washed, shredded and sorted further. The plastic is then melted and extruded into new recycled plastic pellets. These pellets are sold on to producers to make new products.

How to stop plastic pollution in the ocean?
  • Reduce your own plastic waste
  • Reuse – Bring your own reusable shopping bags or water bottles
  • Refuse – Refuse plastic (i.e. straws, plastic bags, beverage tops)
  • Remove – Pick up trash in your neighborhood and when visiting parks and beaches
  • Recycle – Recycle the plastics you use and no longer need