Plastic soup = poisonous soup

More and more plastic waste is ending up in our oceans and seas. Due to the effects of weathering, sunlight and wave action, this plastic reduces to smaller particles. This leads to serious pollution. The oceans occupy 72% of the earth’s surface and they are our principal source of oxygen.

Unilever and the Plastic Soup

London/Rotterdam, 14 January 2017 – Unilever has committed to ensuring that all its packaging wi... Read More

New Zealand to ban microbeads

Wellington, 16 January 2017.  The New Zealand Minister for the Environment Nick Smith has announ... Read More

Coca-Cola turns the beaches of Texel red

  Texel, 16 January 2017 – Texel’s beaches are full of Coca-Cola labels. Photos of mounds o... Read More

Thousands of Kinder Surprise eggs washed up on Langeoog beach

Langeoog, January 9th 2017 –  Thousands of plastic Kinder Surprise eggs washed up on the German ... Read More

Plastic Soup Foundation welcomes 5 new business partners

We are proud to announce that the Plastic Soup Foundation starts the new year with an incredible... Read More

Plastic Soup Foundation is starting its own webshop

The Plastic Soup Foundation has finally opened its own webshop where we can sell sustainable pro... Read More

The Health Council: “Prevent health risks caused by micro and nanoplastics”

The Hague, 15 December 2016. The Health Council of the Netherlands recommends that the deputy Mi... Read More

Germany introduces reusable coffee cups

Every year, 2.8 billion single-use paper coffee cups are thrown away. The paper cups contain a t... Read More

The City Council of Amsterdam brings a sustainable message with confronting Christmas installation

  Amsterdam, December 6th 2016 – Today the City Council of Amsterdam will open the remarkab... Read More