Each Pod contains concentrated active ingredients that dilute in water and provide users with the option to reuse an existing plastic bottle or to buy a fully recyclable OceanSaver ‘bottle for life’.
This enables users to reduce their plastic consumption, reduces the amount of waste and in turn, the amount of plastic that pollutes our oceans.
If we were to use one full truck of OceanSaver Pods in place of buying traditional trigger sprays, we would reduce the carbon footprint by over 80% and prevent the equivalent of eight trucks of plastics from entering the ocean.But do they perform as well as other cleaning products?
OceanSaver has committed to delivering a product that matches or exceeds the performance of leading brands. The Pods have been put through vigorous testing and have achieved certifications for quality, environmental impact, continual sustainability improvements and efficiency.
Four main reasons to use OceanSaver Pods?
- No plastic
No plastic packaging around the pods and bottles for life are fully recyclable
The cardboard packaging is fully compostable
- Reduce costs
It’s a simple one sachet per application, results in perfect dose control
No costly dispensing equipment
- Reduced storage and waste
Massively less space required for storage
No plastic waste to dispose of
Significantly less cardboard to dispose of
No exposure to concentrated product
No splashing of concentrated liquid chemicals
Easy to dilute
No heavy lifting
Why is it important to use sustainable cleaning products?
Here are just a few reasons why it’s important to use sustainable cleaning products.
- It’s been predicted that by 2050, there will be more plastic in the seas than fish.
- The UK has produced 8.3 billion metric tonnes of plastic since 1950 (half of this since 2002)
- 79% of these plastics sit in our natural environment
- Less than 9% plastics used are recycled
- The top 10 retailers in the UK contribute 850,000,000 units of single use plastic items every year
Small changes make a big difference.
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 World Economic Forum, Ellen MacArthur Foundation and McKinsey & Company: The New Plastics Economy: Rethinking the future of plastics (2016)