What about reversed logistics?

Lots of goods are exported every day and there is often a deficit of imports resulting in empty containers being returned. A fuller ship is faster and more stable, so when ships do not have enough cargo, seawater is pumped into them to act as ballast. They then release this water into other ports prior to loading new cargo. This can lead to foreign marine flora and fauna contaminating local waters. In order to avoid this and to minimize our carbon footprint in the process, we use reverse logistics as much as possible.

We work together with some of the world’s biggest waste management companies. Because of stricter import regulations of plastic waste in many countries it is our dedicated aim to develop our network and to include recycling opportunities in different parts of the world.


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