Responsible Plastic Solutions
Oceanworks is the global sourcing engine for responsible plastic
GLOBAL NETWORK OF SOURCES
Waste plastics are being intercepted and recycled all around the world; from Alaska and Haiti to Southeast Asia and Africa. This global effort protects sea life, reduces pollution, and minimizes reliance on virgin plastics.
Our sources set the stage for your brand's sustainability story.
THE OCEANWORKS GUARANTEE
The Oceanworks® Guarantee shows consumers that our brands and sources are part of a larger mission - stopping ocean plastic pollution. Together we are building a circular economy.
Explore, Research & Procure 100’s of Materials
Trusted Network & Validated Materials
Competitive Pricing & Reliability at Volume
Blockchain Track & Trace for Supply Chain Visibility
Bespoke Marketing to Create Impact Beyond the Product
Oceanworks guidelines set the requirements for a supplier and its material to be listed as Oceanworks Guaranteed, they focus on five categories: collection area compliance, environmental stewardship, social impact, business compliance, and recycling processes and segregation.
Expanding our collaboration with Oceanworks aligns closely with our sustainability commitments as a formulator and our focus on helping customers meet their sustainability goals, Oceanworks maintains the largest global marketplace for recycled ocean plastics and brings knowledge and capability that are invaluable to building this new portfolio.
We are proud to be working with Oceanworks® to achieve a common goal in helping protect our environment and educate consumers on the importance of keeping plastic waste out of our oceans.
Oceanworks, an online marketplace for recycled plastic materials and products such as zippers, credit cards, fabric, buttons, and yarn, is using a track-and-trace application that runs on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to generate certificates of authenticity for the resin content. The application provides details about the material flow, such as the place where the plastic was collected, when it was recycled, and the locations of the compounders, recyclers, and manufacturers that handled it.