Our focus is impact.
It goes beyond plastic waste we’ve removed from the environment. We’re also here to lift people up.
31,288,670 kg is about the weight of 157 Blue Whales
31,288,670 kg of plastic waste diverted from nature.
$1,989,954 USD total investment into Plastic Waste Circular Economy
100% Female micro-entrepreneur partners
52,252 tonnes is about the weight of 3.5 Eiffel Towers
52,252 tonnes estimated carbon reduction from coal replacement
Change is a Team Sport.
We’re a sustainability conscious collective working together towards a common goal: no plastics in nature.
Supporting products that are environmentally responsible.
Supporting companies that are environmentally responsible.
Bridging the gaps to enable a circular economy.
Battling the plastic waste crisis on the front lines.
A case for plastic neutrality.
PepsiCo Snacks Philippines
PepsiCo food and beverage products are enjoyed by consumers more than one billion times a day in more than 200 countries worldwide. Their ambition of “Winning with Purpose” reflects their goal to win sustainably in the marketplace and embed purpose into all aspects of their business strategy and brands. As one of the top global plastic polluters, PepsiCo recognizes its impact on the environment and made the bold decision to go plastic neutral starting with PepsiCo Snacks in the Philippines. The initiative towards neutrality aligns with the company’s vision to build a world where plastics need never become waste. They hope that other multinational companies like them take responsibility for their plastic footprints and enable a circular economy.
Plastic Neutral Brand
Hope in a Bottle
HOPE was established in 2012 with a mission to provide Filipinos with an easy way to vote with their peso about what was important to them. As an impact company and the Philippines’ first B Corporation, HOPE donates 100% of its profits towards education and has built over 100 public school classrooms around the country. Not wanting to help solve one problem in education while creating another in the environment, in 2018, HOPE put forward the audacious goal to take responsibility for 100% of its plastic footprint making it the first Plastic Neutral bottled water in the country. The brand has since been Certified Plastic Neutral for the past three years and continues to promote the importance of the environment, through plastic credits and its alternative to plastic product packaging, boxed water.
Plastic Neutral Brand
Peanut Butter & Co.
Since its founding in 1998, Peanut Butter & Co. has been on a mission to deliver products that taste good, feel good, and most importantly, do good. The company ensures social responsibility by supporting nonprofits that undertake nutrition research, improve farmers’ lives, promote healthful lifestyles, and implement global standards for sustainable ingredients. Building on over 20 years of commitment to our planet, Peanut Butter & Co. has become the first Certified Plastic Neutral peanut butter brand globally. Going plastic neutral was an easy decision for the team behind the 100% family-owned business, who have won various awards for championing sustainability practices such as reducing tillage, protecting soil, and conserving water.
Plastic Neutral Brand
Who is Talking About Us
"Our partnership with PCX is one of the key enablers of CPFI in achieving Plastic Neutrality in support of our sustainability goals."
Chief Operating Officer, Century Pacific Food, Inc.
"Unilever seeks to build meaningful partnerships and we are grateful to work with PCX through our shared mission to support communities and protect the environment."
Vice President for Communications for South East Asia, Unilever
"Working with Plastic Credit Exchange allows us to take direct responsibility for the environmental impact of our packaging, and actually do something to help take plastic out of the environment."
Founder & CEO, Peanut Butter & Co.
"PepsiCo realizes no single organization or industry can solve the plastic waste challenge on their own. That is why we’re working with PCX to accelerate systemic change and meaningful progress through collaborative, holistic and sustainable solutions."
Anne Marie Corominas
Corporate Affairs Head for the Philippines and Asia, PepsiCo