No Plastic in Nature

If we continue with business as usual, the rate of plastic pollution entering the world’s oceans will triple by 2040. Turning off this tap of plastic waste will be no simple task, but a planet with no plastic in nature is possible. And a global treaty on plastic pollution set to reach an agreement by the end of 2024 puts this potential future well within our reach.

In March 2022, the UN came to a historic agreement to negotiate a global treaty that addresses plastic pollution. Not only did this decision initiate the process to develop the first-ever international framework on plastic pollution, but the signing countries agreed to draft the treaty on an accelerated timeline, reinforcing the urgency and importance of bringing global coordination to this crisis.


As impending regulations drive increased use of recycled plastics, you may have growing concerns about the quality, safety and sustainability attributes of recycled plastics and materials.  As part of its environmental portfolio, Yesiller GRN engages companies, policy makers and players across the plastics value chain to ensure an effective waste management system for plastic.