Plastic Offset

The Problem

Plastic has become a major environmental problem as its widespread and increasing use of packaging and products has a negative impact when dispersed in the wild, in rivers, at sea or in natural areas. Marine animals mistake small plastic debris for food or become entangled in or strangled by plastic bags and discarded fishing nets. Animals most vulnerable to harm from plastic debris in the ocean include dolphins, fish, sharks, turtles, seabirds, and crabs.

WSO’s Plastic Offset Initiative

Your Company can now offset its plastic output by supporting projects recovering plastic in the wild. Friend of the Sea, Friend of the Earth and the World Sustainability Organization and Foundation can help you in the process and allow you to promote your engagement and effort to your customers and the public by means of certification and communication. In order to join the project and have some more information, please contact us by means of the following form. You can already provide us with information on the weight of plastic your company inputs yearly in the market. We will get back to you shortly with a proposal to help you offset your plastic output.

Application Form

    Everyone can do something to help solve the plastic pollution problem, and millions of people worldwide are already taking action to reduce their plastic use. Here are seven ways you can make a difference, starting today.

    • – Reduce your use of single-use plastics
    • – Recycle properly
    • – Participate in beach cleanups
    • – Avoid products containing microbeads
    • – Support organizations addressing plastic pollution

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