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BECAUSE WE DON’T
WANT YOU TO BE
SEATED
WINNING PRIZES
1st 2nd
ICEBREAKER
The first 5 people who give the names of at least 4 people in the room to Paula win the prizes. You have no mor...
● Tag @GoneAdventurin & @PlasticOceans on any social media posts
● Panel discussion with our two wonderful speakers & Q&A ...
THE DOCUMENTARY!
THE DOCUMENTARY!
All funds donated to the
Plastic Ocean Foundation!
THANK YOU!
MAY 30th - E-Waste
Presentations by Business Leaders & Social
Entrepreneurs
Q&A Discussion
Next ‘Get Wasted’ Sessions:
● F...
HOW CAN YOU BE PART OF THE SOLUTION?
1. Make A Difference
- Don’t buy body scrubs - those tiny beads are usually made of
plastic
- If you can’t find an alterna...
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
https://www.wws.org.sg/
http://coastalcleanup.nus.edu.sg/
PANEL DISCUSSION ON
STAGE
PANEL DISCUSSION
82% OF MISMANAGED PLASTIC IS FROM ASIA
Influencing
improvements in
government policy
(for proactive policies
towards Zero Waste)
Creation of
communications
conte...
INTERNATIONAL COASTAL CLEANUP
P&G Sustainability – Waste Management
P&G at a Glance
Countries of Operations: ~70
Countries Where Our Brands Are Sold: 180+
Consumers Served by Our Brands: Nea...
Our Environmental Roots
1956. Created the 1st environmental safety publication measuring surfactants in rivers
1964. The P...
We are focused on improvements in three areas
Our 4-Point Vision
Run all plants on
100% renewable
energy
Make all products with
100% renewable or
recycled materials
Sen...
Our 2020 Goals
P&G SUSTAINABILITY
IN OUR OPERATIONS THROUGH OUR BRANDS
Continue to advance progress on zero
manufacturing ...
More Recycled Content
• 50% post consumer recycled content in our fabric brand bottles –
230 million bottles – enough to g...
Baby steps to big steps
• Product weight of reduced by around 50%
and packaging weight by 70%
• “Box-to-Bags” innovations ...
• ZERO waste to landfills in China
• Production scraps in Hungary and in India turned into
energy and shoes
• 88 playgroun...
Recyclable Consumer Packaging
>85% of our Consumer Packaging is Recyclable.
• North America Body Wash bottles contain >25%...
Increasing Recycling Access
and Efforts
Tackling waste – Beach Plastic
What’s in a
shampoo bottle?
World’s 1st beach plastic
shampoo bottle
Thank You
INTERNATIONAL COASTAL CLEANUP
12.7 TONNES COLLECTED IN SINGAPORE IN 2016
12.7 TONNES COLLECTED IN SINGAPORE
2016 SINGAPORE COASTAL CLEAN UP
http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/1213613/the-scary-
thought-of-plastics-in-the-food-chain
http://www.skynews.com...
Get Wasted, Session 2: Plastic on our Plates - 04/04/17
Get Wasted, Session 2: Plastic on our Plates - 04/04/17
Get Wasted, Session 2: Plastic on our Plates - 04/04/17
Get Wasted, Session 2: Plastic on our Plates - 04/04/17
Get Wasted, Session 2: Plastic on our Plates - 04/04/17
Get Wasted, Session 2: Plastic on our Plates - 04/04/17
Get Wasted, Session 2: Plastic on our Plates - 04/04/17
Get Wasted, Session 2: Plastic on our Plates - 04/04/17
Get Wasted, Session 2: Plastic on our Plates - 04/04/17
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This is the slide deck presented at our 2nd event of a pressing Series on 'Circular Economy & Waste Management' in Asia.

Our 2nd Get Wasted Session : "Plastics On Our Plates" is dedicated to one of our most pressing issues: the 8 million tonnes of plastic leaking into the oceans every year. Over 32% of all plastic packaging produced ends up in the oceans or open dump sites. Recent research showed that there are already more than 5 trillion pieces of plastics in the world's oceans, most of them are microplastics. If we continue with "business as usual" we will have more plastic in the oceans than fish by 2050.

Plastic is certainly not evil (it's critical for medical advancements & many other areas of our life), but it can definitely be better managed - e.g. through Circular Economy thinking and systems. This is the purpose of the event series: to understand the issue, see what different players can do (companies, governments, individuals) and see how we can collaborate.

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Get Wasted, Session 2: Plastic on our Plates - 04/04/17

  1. 1. BECAUSE WE DON’T WANT YOU TO BE SEATED
  2. 2. WINNING PRIZES 1st 2nd
  3. 3. ICEBREAKER The first 5 people who give the names of at least 4 people in the room to Paula win the prizes. You have no more than 5 minutes! 1. An Ex Professional Jazz Player currently working in Business Psychology 2. A NTU Professor teaching Sustainability Communications 3. A Carbon Expert from Australia 4. A Fashion Waste Warrior and Founder of Swapaholic 5. A Consultant and Expert in Packaging who worked in Morocco & Singapore 6. A Sustainability Manager at Bollore Logistics 7. A P&G representative 8. The Otterman 9. A Quantum Physicist Who is who in the room?
  4. 4. ● Tag @GoneAdventurin & @PlasticOceans on any social media posts ● Panel discussion with our two wonderful speakers & Q&A following the film HOUSEKEEPING
  5. 5. THE DOCUMENTARY!
  6. 6. THE DOCUMENTARY! All funds donated to the Plastic Ocean Foundation! THANK YOU!
  7. 7. MAY 30th - E-Waste Presentations by Business Leaders & Social Entrepreneurs Q&A Discussion Next ‘Get Wasted’ Sessions: ● Food Waste: 4 billion tonnes of food is wasted each year. ● Fashion Waste and many more! NEXT EVENT
  8. 8. HOW CAN YOU BE PART OF THE SOLUTION?
  9. 9. 1. Make A Difference - Don’t buy body scrubs - those tiny beads are usually made of plastic - If you can’t find an alternative to single-use plastic, make sure you recycle it - Use crystal deodorants – they last far longer, are more effective and some even come with no plastic packaging at all 2. Think Reusable - Not Disposable - Drink tap water and carry it in your own bottle - Use matches instead of “disposable” lighters or use a refillable one - Wherever you can, choose liquid products that can be re-filled rather than bought new etc. 3. Refuse Single-Use Plastic - Bring your own bag to the shops - Choose fruit and vegetables that are not wrapped in plastic - Don’t use single use plates, knives, forks etc. wash up after you eat - Refuse plastic straws in your drinks - Don’t celebrate with balloon releases, the chances are the balloons will land in the ocean, choking seabirds, turtles and marine mammals WHAT CAN YOU DO?
  10. 10. WHAT CAN YOU DO? https://www.wws.org.sg/ http://coastalcleanup.nus.edu.sg/
  11. 11. PANEL DISCUSSION ON STAGE
  12. 12. PANEL DISCUSSION
  13. 13. 82% OF MISMANAGED PLASTIC IS FROM ASIA
  14. 14. Influencing improvements in government policy (for proactive policies towards Zero Waste) Creation of communications content & public campaigns Development of real- time data platform (to improve tracking of post consumer waste flows) Skills building & funding for local waste companies Consumer Goods & Packaging Companies CIRCULAR ECONOMY FUNDS
  15. 15. INTERNATIONAL COASTAL CLEANUP
  16. 16. P&G Sustainability – Waste Management
  17. 17. P&G at a Glance Countries of Operations: ~70 Countries Where Our Brands Are Sold: 180+ Consumers Served by Our Brands: Nearly 5 billion
  18. 18. Our Environmental Roots 1956. Created the 1st environmental safety publication measuring surfactants in rivers 1964. The P&G Environmental Water Quality Laboratory was established 1965. Published 10th environmental safety paper supporting biodegradability test methods 1971. The P&G Corporate Environmental Safety Department was formed 1977. Formed European environmental safety organization 1978. Co-founded Society of Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 1995. Led work to define new field of Life Cycle Assessment 2010. Implemented Supplier Environmental Sustainability Scorecard to reduce environmental footprint across the supply chain. 2011. Established visionary Sustainability goals and embedded cross-functional teams 2014. Our Gillette Venus packaging was redesigned for Venus & Olay to be recyclable and is manufactured using 26% less plastic 2015. P&G announces new goal to reduce absolute greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2020 – established two new partnerships to help achieve this – a biomass plant in GA that will produce enough energy for the production of NA Bounty and Charmin and a wind farm in TX that will produce enough electricity to manufacture US and Canada Fabric and Home Care brands. Product Lifecycle
  19. 19. We are focused on improvements in three areas
  20. 20. Our 4-Point Vision Run all plants on 100% renewable energy Make all products with 100% renewable or recycled materials Send zero consumer and manufacturing waste to landfill Design products that delight while maximizing resource conservation
  21. 21. Our 2020 Goals P&G SUSTAINABILITY IN OUR OPERATIONS THROUGH OUR BRANDS Continue to advance progress on zero manufacturing waste to landfill Ensure 90% of packaging is either recyclable or programs in place to recycle it Double our use of recycled resin in plastic packaging Pilot studies in both developed and developing world to understand how to eliminate landfilled solid waste 20% packaging reduction per consumer use
  22. 22. More Recycled Content • 50% post consumer recycled content in our fabric brand bottles – 230 million bottles – enough to go from north to south poles
  23. 23. Baby steps to big steps • Product weight of reduced by around 50% and packaging weight by 70% • “Box-to-Bags” innovations in Western Europe in 2015 - 80% less packaging and 160 metric tons less CO2
  24. 24. • ZERO waste to landfills in China • Production scraps in Hungary and in India turned into energy and shoes • 88 playgrounds, for children with special needs, with shampoo bottle waste from our Bangkok factory Taking Us to Zero Waste, Helping Others
  25. 25. Recyclable Consumer Packaging >85% of our Consumer Packaging is Recyclable. • North America Body Wash bottles contain >25% recycled plastic • By the end of 2018, Western Europe shampoo bottles will contain 25% recycled plastic.
  26. 26. Increasing Recycling Access and Efforts
  27. 27. Tackling waste – Beach Plastic
  28. 28. What’s in a shampoo bottle?
  29. 29. World’s 1st beach plastic shampoo bottle
  30. 30. Thank You
  31. 31. INTERNATIONAL COASTAL CLEANUP
  32. 32. 12.7 TONNES COLLECTED IN SINGAPORE IN 2016
  33. 33. 12.7 TONNES COLLECTED IN SINGAPORE
  34. 34. 2016 SINGAPORE COASTAL CLEAN UP
  35. 35. http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/1213613/the-scary- thought-of-plastics-in-the-food-chain http://www.skynews.com.au/news/world/europe/2017/03/13/microfibers -from-clothes-contaminating-ocean.html REALITY OF OCEAN PLASTIC

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