Did you know that plastics have been found in the deepest part of the ocean, which is the Mariana trench, and on the world’s tallest mountain, Everest?
Jakarta officially banned single-use plastic effective on 1 July. Head of Jakarta’s Environmental Agency, Sanitation Control Division, Edy Mulyanto, discussed the new regulation with NOW! Jakarta.
The significant increase of plastic food packaging especially in online delivery is behind the story why Ecorasa was created. They offer a holistic solution by creating a plastic food and beverage packaging using Oxium technology,
With Eco-bricks gaining popularity, Rebricks are currently capable of making 80 to 100sqm paving bricks per day by using sachet plastic and plastic waste rejected by garbage banks.
NOW! Jakarta launched Say Yes to Less, a programme dedicated to address the issue of food and plastic waste and find potential solutions within culinary businesses with excellent waste management policy.
Race for Water foundation is an organisation dedicated to the preservation of water, and in particular, the oceans.
Sejauh Mata Memandang’s recent collection “Laut Kita” is a collective campaign to encourage people to protect the ocean from ecological crisis, which are getting polluted with plastic waste.
In raising awareness of waste in Indonesia, BritCham has created the new Inspiration Series with the topic of waste as the first edition.
RefillMyBottle project launched recently and with a crowdfunding campaign, raised USD 6,000 to build an application that helps users find refill stations