MEET THE FIRST GLOBAL NON-PROFIT PLASTIC SOLUTIONS PLATFORM.
The origin story of PCX begins on the ground at one of the epicenters of the plastic pollution crisis. PCX Solutions advises companies on how to map out and execute comprehensive solution sets effectively over a partner's sustainability journey, and was the first in the world to establish a Plastic Pollution Reduction Standard. PCX Solutions, together now with commercial subsidiary PCX Markets, serves a global ecosystem of carefully vetted partners that recover, process, and recycle plastic waste with programs that improve livelihood, scale up social impact, and reduce the flow of plastic pollution into nature.
THEY’RE IN THIS FIGHTWILL YOU BE?
A global problem
needs a global solution.
35% of plastic waste originates in Developed Countries, and over 50% of it is exported to developing countries that mismanage over 70% of their own plastic waste. These locations are the least equipped to manage the waste creating a vicious and unsustainable cycle.
Make Your Net zeroA REALITY
Net Zero Plastic Waste certified is a bold step worth taking - and we need stewards like you in this fight. It is a powerful way to signal your commitment to a Plastic Pollution Responsibility Plan which not only addresses reliance on plastic, but also targets the cleaning up of 80 years' worth of plastic pollution in the environment
YOUR PLEDGE TO:
LOOK WHO’S TALKING.
“The Source speaks to Nanette Medved-Po”
On this edition of “The Source”, Nanette Medved-Po, founder and chairwoman of Plastic Credit Exchange, explains why she started the exchange, and how the initiative creates both positive and…READ MORE
CNBC International: “Creative solutions to sustainability challenge”
“At CNBC Managing Asia’s sustainable entrepreneurship panel discussion, Nanette Medved-Po of Generation Hope talks about the creative solutions her social enterprise employed…READ MORE
ABS-CBN News: “Companies big and small urged to go plastic neutral”
“Companies big or small can do their share in saving the environment by going “plastic neutral,” leaders of an international advocacy group and a local company that…READ MORE