Ocean plastic from

the North of Norway

The plastic you're looking at has been salvaged from the sea.

Ogoori recycles it and leases it as raw material.

The plastic is turned in to new products,

like the Coast bench from Vestre.

Financing even more cleanups.

Plastic in nature

This specific plastic was cleaned from Nordland, Troms and Finnmark in 2019. 26 tonnes came from beaches from Båtsfjord and eastwards through the Varanger fjord to the Russian border. 10 tonnes were collected in Lofoten and 13 tonnes from cleanups at the coast of Helgeland.

Tracing

Ogoori logs all data in a blockchain to trace the materials. This plastic was transported to Masternes Gjenvinning, Lofoten Avfallsselskap and Brønnøysund. In 2020 it was processed to recycled granulate

at Noprec in Rørvik. 

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Recycling

Of 26 tonnes garbage

2 tonnes of plastic was carefully

selected for upcycling in a

test production at SalPro.

It is turned in to granules that can now be

used in the place of virgin plastic.

in product:

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in product:

Clean nature

Ogoori keeps the plastic safe in a traced, closed loop. To make sure it never ends up as waste at sea again.

Plastic from this cleanup in Ogoori storage:

1 tonne

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