PLASTIC DISCLOSURE PROJECT
Enabling manufacturers, services, municipalities to manage and reduce their plastic waste by measuring and understanding their plastic footprint
WHO IS OUR SURVEY
Which produce or incorporate plastic items in their products or packaging
Which generate waste via the use of plastic materials and products in their operations (e.g. hotels, hospitals, airports, restaurants, etc)
Governmental organizations which provide basic social services to the communities they serve, such as waste pickup, recycling and disposal
You can't manage what you don't measure
MEASURE & ASSESS
Understand the baseline of your current use, recovery, recycling and use of recycled content, so your organization is better equipped to make important and significant gains on plastic pollution reduction, resource recovery and reuse of materials.
Use your results to gain the knowledge and capacity on how best to engage your customers, employees, partners, Board of Directors, investors, procurement teams, designers and marketing departments, to name a few.
It is difficult to enter the circular economy and efficiently re-use and recover materials if a baseline analysis is not completed beforehand, giving you the management knowledge of what resources you have available for “circulation.”
The work of the Plastic Disclosure Project is overseen by a global Steering Committee, drawn from investors and other stakeholders who support PDP's mission. The Steering Committee oversees the development of the project, and provides advice to the management team. The wide experience and network of the Steering Committee's members is a valuable asset for PDP.
PDP's Management Team is based in Hong Kong and San Francisco. They bring a wide variety of experience spanning finance, business, environment and consulting. Their responsibility is to launch and lead the project under the oversight of the Steering Committee.
“When we developed our single use plastic strategy, we had to make sense of our current situation. The questions in the PDP guided us into understanding our impacts and how we could address them. We definitely recommend using PDP as a tool in developing any plastic strategy so one can identify and focus on the areas where they can make the most impact”
Janice Lao, Director Group Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels Ltd.
Undivided Foods (Australia)
Global Partnership for Oceans
San Francisco Airport
University of California Berkeley
Turkish Olympic Committee
Hong Kong & Shanghai Hotels