A glimpse of ocean bound plastic

By 2050, the world’s oceans will have more plastic than fish with potentially catastrophic consequences on sea life and the health of the ocean. Economically, countries with coastal boundaries will be heavily impacted as plastic pollution has already generated a 13 billion dollars in monetary losses. Considering that this is an extreme problem that we are currently facing the current solution is not enough in curbing our plastic pollution

Solving the problem

HHI is currently working with multiple partners to have our waste plastic supply chain and plastic resin manufacturing facilities fully qualified, verified and certified as an Ocean Plastic supplier to brand owners who market their products to discerning customers that care about the environment. We recover or collect the ocean plastic waste from coastal area and ocean bound before converting traceable ocean plastic so you can make high quality eco-friendly products for your discerning consumers. The latest achievement is that HHI successfully acquired the Ocean Bound Plastic Certification from Zero Plastic Ocean , audited by Control Union & witnessed by WWF.

Ocean bound plastic audit - july 2020

ZPO Ocean Bound Plastic Certification
on 23-24 July 2020

Audited by Control Union:

1.Mr Supun Sachithra Nigamuni (General Manager)
2.Mr Muhammad Nazrol Bin Nazri (Auditor cum Marketing)
3.Mr Tan Wai Keong (Operation Manager)

Observed by WWF:

1.Ms Tahirah Banu Mohamed Ariff (Interim Manager)
2.Dr Adrian Choo Cheng Yong (Responsible Forestry Manager)

3.Ms Jazlyn Lee Fei Yee (Plastics Circular Economy) (EPR)

Recent csr project

PENGERANG BEACH CLEANUP

PENGERANG BEACH CLEANUP

20th July 2020

Pengerang ( 1.317 | 104.211)

WORLD CLEAN UP DAY - KUKUP

WORLD CLEAN UP DAY - KUKUP

19th September 2020

Kukup