The Solid Waste Management Association, Thailand (SWAT) is launching their Plastic Footprint Reduction Project under the framework of the United Nations Environment Programme’s SEA circular project. One of the cornerstones of the SWAT’s Plastic Footprint Reduction Project is reducing the use of plastic, increasing recovery and recycling of plastic waste to support a circular economy.
SWAT works with companies and organisations representing key sectors in Thailand: food & beverage, plastic manufacturing and packaging, hotels and hospitality, municipalities as well as universities and schools. Ocean Recovery Alliance, an environmental organisation based in the US and Hong Kong, is providing support and training in the methodology for measuring plastic footprints based on the world's first plastic footprinting methodology, the Plastic Disclosure Project (PDP).
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