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MEANINGFUL ACTION TODAY FOR A

BETTER TOMORROW

To tackle our ongoing plastic waste crisis, we need to catalyze innovation that mobilizes tangible change on the ground. Our impact coalition helps make this happen. 

OUR APPROACH TO PLASTIC WASTE IS TRASH. THE WORLD NEEDS $30+ BILLION EVERY YEAR TO FIX THIS. 

381 Mil

tonnes of plastic is produced annually

91%

of plastic waste is dumped into the environment

90%

of waste is openly dumped or burned in low-income countries

80%

of plastic leakage could be solved by investing in existing solutions

 

INVESTING IN TRANSFORMATIVE INNOVATION

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Their funding enables our Impact Projects worldwide to eliminate as much plastic waste from nature as the brands use

We help brands go Plastic Neutral and finance clear and genuine environmental action today

countries where rePurpose Impact Projects operate

8+

2 .5Mil +

pounds of waste removed every year

700k + 

kilograms of CO2 emissions avoided every year

GEARING YOUR IMPACT TOWARDS SYSTEMIC CHANGE

INVEST IN INFRASTRUCTURE

Engineer a cleaner future with inclusive waste management technology.

CIRCULAR INNOVATIONS

Close the loop through innovations that redesign and reduce plastic usage.

LOW-VALUE PLASTIC RECOVERY

Save the environment from plastic waste destined for nature.

MARINE PLASTIC RECOVERY

Turn the tide on plastic waste, by keeping it out of our oceans.

3 EFFECTIVE STEPS TO CREATE IMPACT

ACTIVATE

We scout, vet and onboard circular economy and waste management ventures with decades of experience.

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FINANCE

We design and fund programs that enable these ventures to scale-up plastic waste avoidance, removal, recovery, and recycling efforts.

VERIFY

We conduct thorough due diligence to ensure adherence to global environmental & labor standards.

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“rePurpose Global is an opportunity to increase waste pickers' income by giving value to plastics that don't have demand and therefore, end up in landfills or in the environment.”

SILVIA SANTOS