The initiative brings together the voices of ocean and water advocacy groups with brands and organizations in the supply chain equipped to bring solutions to the table to remediate the problems that exist today.
Launched last year, ReSource aims to help accelerate large-scale plastic commitments by organizations. By 2030, Resource has a target to prevent at least 50 million metric tons of plastic waste from entering nature.
Pregis works closely with suppliers to source quality recycled resins and operates their facilities with a zero waste goal. Recapturing recycled materials is one of the gaps within the plastics life cycle that Alliance members are working to solve.
Senate Bill 54 and Assembly Bill 1080 sought to eliminate 75% of single-use containers by 2030 to reduce unmarketable plastics statewide and lay the groundwork for a revamped California recycling industry.
Nearly 30 companies from the plastics and consumer goods value chain launched the new “Alliance to End Plastic Waste” (AEPW). The goal is to develop and bring to scale solutions that will minimize and manage plastic waste, and promote solutions for used plastics by helping to enable a circular economy.