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Remove plastic from the sea with ZENZ Organic & Ocean Waste Plastic

We can all agree that plastic waste does not belong in the oceans where it harms wildlife and our ecosystem. That is why we are happy to collaborate with Ocean Waste Plastic, which works actively to remove plastic from the world's oceans.

What does it mean when a product bears the Ocean Waste Plastic label?

When you buy a product labeled by Ocean Waste Plastic, you help clean up the world's oceans and rivers. In collaboration with the ReSea project, they collect plastic from the world's oceans 1:1 against the packaging weight every time a new Ocean Waste Plastic branded product is produced.

Products with the Ocean Waste Plastic label are also made with recycled plastic to keep existing plastic in circulation and minimize the use of new virgin plastic.

The majority of all products from ZENZ Version 2.0 are labeled by Ocean Waste Plastic. Look for the OWP logo if you want to support them with your purchase.

What happens to collected Ocean Waste Plastic?

The ReSea project collects plastic from seas and rivers near the coast of Jakarta, Indonesia. The collected plastic is sorted and passed on to local waste banks, which send the plastic for recycling.

You can read more about the ReSea project on their website here.

What is the packaging of Ocean Waste Plastic products made of?

The packaging on products marked by Ocean Waste Plastic is made with recycled plastic from consumption and industry in our part of the world.

When you use OWP-labeled products from ZENZ Organic Products, you are therefore helping to take care of our planet by recycling plastic, so that together we can reduce the production of new virgin plastic.

ZENZ Organic has chosen Ocean Waste Plastic because:

We believe that the beauty industry has a responsibility to reduce the use of new virgin plastic and take better care of the world's oceans and our nature. We can do this, among other things, by recycling plastic and supporting the clean-up work in the world's oceans in collaboration with Ocean Waste Plastic.

You can read more about Ocean Waste Plastic on their website here.