A sustainable enviroment
Today, many people are still not aware of the fact that producing plastic can be less damaging to produce than most other comparable products. Instead, plastic is often thought of as being one single and damaging material.
In fact, plastic often contributes to the increase of resource efficiency and lower greenhouse gas emissions and is essential to many new eco friendly innovations. It has even been projected that if alternative materials would replace the packaging used today, our society would experience twice as much energy consumption.
Therefore, as a leading manufacturer of plastic home products, we believe it is our duty to take on a prominent role and responsibility when it comes to contributing to a sustainable society. We have already produced smarter product designs that promote recycling and reuse, including new products made from regrind plastics and post-consumer recycling material.
We also believe it is important to educate and promote recycling and reduction of waste. As a result, we have introduced new symbols for sustainable solutions, to make it easier for consumers to make an informed decision on what they want to buy.
Preventing food waste & consumption
At Plast Team, we have developed an app called BoxPointer, which overall serves two purposes
- Helps you find your storage boxes and indirectly prevents you from unnecessary consumption.
- Helps you to keep track of your leftovers and expiration dates, which will decrease food waste.
The App is compatible with our Airtight QR food storage containers and our ProBox storage box series.
Scan the QR code and keep track of all your storage boxes. The app will keep track and help you find your jacket when winter comes without a hassle.View Probox QR products
With Airtigt QR you can keep track of your food and leftovers in the fridge and freezer. The app will remind you when your food is about to expire minimizing food waste.View Airtight QR products
Plast Team & Selina Juul
Stop Wasting food (Stop Spild Af Mad) is Denmark’s largest movement against food waste. At Plast Team we wanted to participate in this movement and do what we can do to help prevent food waste. Therefore, we decided to partner with Selina Juul, the founder of the Stop Wasting Food organisation and make her the Brand Ambassador of Plast Team’s product series against food waste.
About Selina Juul
Besides being Plast Team’s Brand Ambassador of product series against food storage, Selina is also one of the world’s leading award-winning experts on food waste and Founder of the Stop Wasting Food movement – a Denmark-based NGO established in 2008 with international outreach and collaborations such as governments, EU and UN.
Selina has authored and contributed to over 30 national and international books and publications on food waste and authored over 230 opinion-editorials on food waste in national and international media, among them in The Huffington Post, New York, USA. She is an international Keynote Speaker on food waste, two times TEDx Speaker and speaker on more than 300 national and and international conferences, congresses and events on food waste, among them Nordic Business Forum with an audience of 7.500 people from 50 countries.
For her work in the fight against food waste, Selina has received numerous awards and acknowledgements including but not limited to Dane of the Year 2014.
Selina Juul has 117.000+ followers on her combined social media and has appeared in national and international media over 9.000 times – among them she is featured on BBC, CNN, Reuters, The New York Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Economist, National Geographic and many others. A BBC TV documentary about Selina Juul went viral and received over 30 million views on Facebook.
With her many years of experience in the fight against food waste and consumer food waste behavior, Selina contributes to Plast Team’s development of product series against food waste directed at the households. The sale of each sold product is also supporting the work of the Stop Wasting Food movement NGO (Stop Spild Af Mad).