Discover the latest news and insights from our team and partners around the world, and connect with meaningful thought leadership from the front lines of the fight to curb ocean-bound plastic.
In this episode of Field Reports, Robert Goodwin inspects the ocean plastic problem in the DRC and shares insights into the role the Congo River plays as well as the need for robust recycling infrastructure to limit harmful labor practices.
In this episode of Field Reports, Ryan Schoenike inspects ocean-bound plastic pollution near a collection point in Jemmal, Tunisia.
Together, we hatched a plan to help the iconic retailer Macy’s sell fashion-forward and cost-effective reusable bags.
This model encouraged participation and helped us set up collection points, systems and methods for sorting that helped to increase the yield of recycled plastics.
HUM Nutrition wins 2021 Marie Claire UK Sustainability Award for “Best Ocean-friendly Brand.”
A growing number of corporate partnerships are supporting a circular economy for discarded plastic in coastal regions of the developing world. Does this signal a sustainable solution to marine pollution?
Sainsbury’s to pack fresh fish and strawberries using Prevented Ocean Plastic, recycled plastic collected from coastal areas
Sainsbury’s has pledged to package 34% of its fresh fish and 80% of strawberry punnets using OceanCycle Certified, Prevented Ocean Plastic containers.
HUM Nutrition will be the first supplement brand to transition its bottle packaging to 100% ocean-bound plastic.
Catch this latest episode of Waste360’s Nothing Wasted! Podcast with OceanCycle Co-founder Ryan Schoenike
OceanCycle Certified brand ZenWTR attracts celebrity investors
OceanCycle Co-founder Ryan Schoenike speaks about building trust in ocean-bound plastics and the need for clear standards.
Our Co-founder Ryan Schoenike discusses plastic recycling with Eco-Business
OceanCycle teams up with UL to develop a greater global understanding of ocean-bound plastics and increase market availability.
Certification is far from a tick-box exercise – it is earned and not given. Our partners share why.