Zero Co

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Zero Co Sustainability

Untrash the planet

Our mission is to untrash the planet by, 1. Stopping the production of new single-use plastic 2. Cleaning up the plastic junking our oceans. We're doing this by funding large scale ocean clean ups and using the plastic collected to manufacture refillable Forever Bottles for our body care and cleaning products. We're a single-use plastic free and closed loop business hoping to lead the way in our circular economy.

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Zero Co Sustainability Actions

100 YR CLEANUP

The 100YR CLEANUP is an initiative that maps out a vision to fund large-scale rubbish cleanups for the next 100 years. Because it's up to all of us to untrash the planet, not just today, not just tomorrow, but across multiple generations. For Year 1 of the 100YR CLEANUP, we'll aim to remove 15,000,000+ water bottles of rubbish from the planet, implemented through projects across Egypt, the 7 Seas, the Himalayas, and the Pacific. Find out more at 100yearcleanup.com.

Cleaning Up the Ocean

Our Forever Bottles (reusable dispensers) are made from plastic rubbish that we’ve pulled out of the ocean, beaches and landfill. So far we've removed the equivalent of 803,083 water bottles worth of rubbish from oceans and beaches! And thanks to our closed-loop, zero waste refill model, we've stopped the equivalent of 789,325 water bottles worth of rubbish from ending up in landfill.

From Landfill to Refill: Stopping the Production of New Plastic

Our reusable refill pouches are made from plastic waste diverted from landfill and are designed to be refilled and reused over and over and over again. Every refill equals one less new-plastic-bottle being made, used once and thrown away.

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