Elliot Chang

Ecover to Launch Bottles Made From Salvaged Sea Plastic and Bioplastic

by , 09/26/13

plastic bottles, recycling initiatives, ecover, green lifestyle, recycling, recycled materials, bioplastic, recycled plastic, plant-astic, sea plastic, green design, sustainable design, water issues

Two million plastic bottles are used in the UK every day, and over 50% of them are recycled. To help ensure the sustainability of its cleaning products, Ecover introduced a new plastic made from sugarcane that is 100% renewable, reusable, and recyclable, and the company has also partnered with Waste Free Oceans to salvage plastic waste from the sea and turn it into new bottles. Check out the infographic after the jump a closer look at the ways this innovative company is closing the loop.

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