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Ocean Bottle

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, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Ocean Bottle is turning the tide on the ocean-plastic crisis. We're turning every sip you take into a step towards cleaner oceans, using innovative bottles that fund efficient, blockchain-enabled waste collection. Join our wave!

Global problems solved

Circular Economy
Water & Sanitation

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Consumer Goods
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Last Updated:
March 13, 2024

About the company

Ocean Bottle offers an innovative solution to curb the ocean-plastic crisis. The company contributes to plastic collection through partnerships with Plastic Bank, Plastics for Change, and Repurpose Global. A comprehensive clean-up program is funded by each bottle sale, resulting in 11.4kg of plastic being gathered from critical coastal areas. The initiative utilizes blockchain technology, allowing plastic waste collectors to exchange their finds for money or credit which can then be spent on education, healthcare and more. As for the bottle itself, it features a dual-opening design for pouring and cleaning. It also offers temperature insulation and is dishwasher-safe. Made partly from recycled ocean plastic, it is embedded with an NFC smart-chip that registers refills via the Ocean Bottle Mobile App, further financing the plastic collection effort. Since the company's inception in 2019, it has kept 8.7 million kgs of ocean-bound plastic from entering our waters.


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