A million plastic bottles are used globally every minute
We’re on a mission to help solve the plastic waste problem
The Plastic Problem
It’s not easy to kick our addiction to plastic – it’s cheap, durable and looks good on the shelf. This makes it hard for brands to meet the needs of consumers while using packaging materials that don’t harm the environment.
The Eco Solution
At Vessel, we develop innovative, impactful eco-friendly packaging solutions for the cosmetics and food & beverage industries, such as our patent pending reloadable packaging system, that help brands achieve their sustainability targets and make a meaningful difference in the world.
The Future is in our Hands
Current Alternatives Don't Address the Issue
Recycled plastic helps reduce production of new plastic; but only 9% of plastic globally gets recycled after use.
Biodegradable material helps reduce the amount of persistent plastic waste; but still takes years to decompose.
Compostable material is great for the environment; but isn’t durable enough for the needs of the consumer.
Refillable products help reduce plastic waste; but containers need to be thoroughly cleaned each time to avoid contamination.
There is a better option…
RELOADABLE PACKAGING FROM VESSEL ADDRESSES THESE ISSUES WITH A TRULY ECO-FRIENDLY PACKAGING SYSTEM THAT’S STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL WITHOUT HURTING THE PLANET.
8 million tons of plastic waste enter our oceans every year
– The Ocean Conference, United Nations, June 2017
More than 120 billion units of packaging are produced globally every year by the cosmetics industry alone
– Zero Waste Week
There will be more plastic than fish in the world’s oceans by 2050 unless people stop using single-use plastic items
– United Nations
Up to 730,000 tonnes of microplastic are added to European and North American farmlands each year
– Norwegian Institute of Water Research.
53% of global consumers said they prefer to purchase from a company with a strong environmental reputation
– Tandberg survey
68% of companies say that packaging materials are their biggest sustainability challenge
– Smurfit Kappa, Sustainable Packaging survey, 2020