Working for the future.

Our commitment to our partners goes beyond delivering a world-class service. We believe it is our responsibility to be effective industry leaders and help tackle the challenges ahead, so we can all build a better future.

We are doing our part.

As a team, across our offices in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, we are committed to doing business in more sustainable ways, taking incremental steps to reduce our carbon footfrint.

Research shows that realchange is more likely to come from incorporating new, more environmentally friendly routines rather than drastic changes.

  • Recycled products by Primaplas have grown 6x in 2019 and higher uptake projected for future.
  • Recycled PET, Recycled PE & PP, Recycled Polystyrene and Recycled Ready Flexible Packaging are becoming a bigger part of our business, as we plan our expansion into new products including Ocean Plastics.
  • Resin made from renewable resources is part of our offering (Bio-based Plastics)
  • Primaplas significantly reduced paper usage on day to day operations. Our culture is to maximise soft copies and ensure any paper used to be 100% recycled.

Plastic wrapping can extend the life of fresh food by up to three weeks.

Food waste-related CO2 emissions can be up to five times higher than what it takes to make the thin layer of plastic.

Recover it,
recycle it,
reuse it.

Plastic has many lives. When we keep it in the materials loop, the possibilities are endless.

Recycled plastics can be re-engineered for better properties.

Developing materials with better mechanical and thermal properties will revolutionise the industry’s scope.

Integrating sustainability
into everything you do.

New Plastic Economy

Part of the Ellen Macarthur Foundation, this is a global commitment to address plastic waste and pollution at its source.

The goal is to eliminate all problematic and unnecessary plastic items, innovate to ensure that the plastics we do need are reusable, recyclable, or compostable, and circulate all the plastic items we use to keep them in the economy and out of the environment.

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Ocean - Find Your Blue

The Upcycled Ocean Plastic movement is bringing businesses and local NGOs together to give plastic a second life.

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United Nations Environment Agency

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is the leading global environmental authority that sets the global environmental agenda.

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