Transforms CE

Single use plastic, such as packaging, drinks bottles, straws and utensils, contribute to the significant problem of plastic pollution in our environment.

Not only does this negatively impact ecosystems, mar landscapes and contaminate food-chains, it also represents a loss of valuable, non-renewable resources.

By adopting a circular economy approach, TRANSFORM-CE aims to capture and return single use plastic to the system before it becomes waste or pollution.

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