"We have to change the way we use plastic and we have to start now."
THE EVOWARE STORY
Seaweed: The solution to Indonesia's plastic problem?
Experiencing first-hand the negative consequences of pollution, the team at Evoware was inspired to innovate eco-friendly products that would reduce Indonesia’s dependence on plastics.
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Each of us has a role to play to solve the plastic waste problem. Finding ways to reduce plastic waste, manage it responsibly and encourage the creation of viable alternatives will be key to a sustainable future for the region.
Live more, Plastic less
From environmentally friendly substitutes to waste management systems, these social enterprises are helping reduce the world’s reliance on plastics.
Green Boulevard aims to reduce pollution by offering environmentally friendly substitutes such as Starch Bags, which are biodegradable both on land and in water, and consumable by animals.
A social enterprise that works towards the conservation of environment by creating awareness through talks/workshops/events & curating sustainable products.
revolv. aims to cut down on single-waste by creating a reusable system for the to-go economy.
The Kommon Goods
The Kommon Goods is an eco-friendly lifestyle brand that produces non-plastic everyday goods, such as metal straws, bamboo toothbrushes and reusable water bottles.
Gringgo is a platform that assists users manage their waste disposals by linking them with local garbage collectors, village organisations, small independent collectors, and scavengers.
Waste4Change aims to promote responsible waste management in the country. The social enterprise’s 4Cs approach, ‘Consult, Collect, Campaign And Create’ covers all grounds to achieve efficient waste management.
ChingPiao Co. Ltd.
ChingPiao provides clean reusable container rental service for public use during events, ensuring environmental sustainability.
Ai Fen is a pilot environmental social enterprise in Shanghai, helping more than 300 communities implement garbage classification.
Greensole conserves the environment by refurbishing 350 million shoes that are discarded each year, to comfortable footwear and providing them with dignity to 1.2 billion people in need.
Sampurn(e)arth provide end-to-end decentralized waste management solutions for housing societies, corporate houses, townships, school and college campuses, etc.
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