CHOOSE PLASTIC NEGATIVE WITH MANANALU

WATER WITH A MISSION TO END SINGLE-USE PLASTICS

Removing twice as much plastic from nature as we use.

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That's Our Plastic Negative Promise.

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“Single-use plastic is bad for people and the planet. By partnering with rePurpose Global, we don't just offer an alternative, but actively remove plastic from the environment. That's impact. That's change. That’s what we are a part of.”

David Cuthbert - CEO, Mananalu

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HOW IT WORKS

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1. MEASURE

Mananalu donates a percentage of every product purchase to fund the collection of 111554 lbs of low-value plastic waste from oceans and landfills every year. 

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2. FINANCE

Low-value plastic is collected, processed and reused by a Multi-Layered Plastic Packaging Recovery in Bekasi, Indonesia that employs and empowers waste pickers to tackle plastic waste.

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3. REDUCE

Mananalu will work with rePurpose Global to reduce the future use of virgin plastics in their products and build a more circular business and delivery model. 

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IMPACT CREATED WITH  MULTI-LAYERED PLASTIC PACKAGING RECOVERY

IN INDONESIA

111554

Lbs of Plastic Waste Diverted From Oceans and Landfills

150

Waste Workers & Family Members Provided with Additional Income

31.9

Tonnes of CO2e Emissions Avoided 

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rePurpose Impact Project: 

Bekasi, Indonesia

Certified Brand: 

Mananalu

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WE'RE DONE WITH SINGLE-USE PLASTICS ON OUR SHELVES AND IN OUR OCEANS.

MANANALU'S SUSTAINABILITY JOURNEY

SUSTAINABLE ORIGINS

Only 9% of plastic ever collected is recycled. Mananalu wants to offer the world an alternative that is actually recyclable. Approximately 75% of aluminum ever made is still used today, which we have offered as our plastic packaging alternative. However, we believe rePurpose Global can make our impact more powerful and sustainable for people and our environment.

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THE FINAL DESTINATION

While Mananalu has remained plastic neutral, we want to set in motion a greater impact with people and our environment by becoming plastic negative with rePurpose Global. We want single-use plastic bottles removed from retail shelves as well as our oceans by shifting our society’s plastic-prone behavior towards sustainable alternatives.

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THE PLASTIC NEGATIVE SHIFT

Extending on its belief that businesses can have a positive impact on the environment and society, Mananalu has gone Plastic Negative. Through its partnership with rePurpose Global, the company is empowering marginalized workers to better tackle plastic pollution in their communities.

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THIS IS HOW MUCH PLASTIC YOU WASTE EVERY YEAR

Find out how you can go

Plastic Neutral today. 

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ABOUT

REPURPOSE GLOBAL

rePurpose Global is the world's leading Plastic Action Platform dedicated to reducing waste, reviving lives, and restoring nature's balance. Through our pioneering ecosystem of solutions that span across advisory, action, and advocacy, we help people and companies calculate, reduce, and offset their plastic footprint, while empowering grassroots innovators on the cutting edge of solving for our planet's future.

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