SA Plastics Pact 2021: Annual Report 2021-2022

December 29, 2022

The South African Plastics Pact is part of a global network of 12 Pacts, spearheaded by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. It is a collaboration of organisations, representing key role-players right across the plastic packaging value chain, that are working towards a circular economy for plastics in the country. Our members are leading the journey to optimise plastic packaging and products; circulating plastics within the economy, keeping plastics out of landfill and the environment, and creating new jobs. Solutions to drive circularity are South African-specific, and delivered in an approach that is intentionally designing South African (SA) needs into our circular economy for plastic packaging.

The SA Plastics Pact members are demonstrating strong leadership, by convening through the Pact to navigate this complicated transition towards measurable, meaningful targets that represent an economically viable pace for transition. Using collaborative action groups, members are making demonstrable progress towards the targets. This report, which builds on last year’s baseline report, unpacks that progress, demonstrating that this collaboration can serve as the pacemaker for a transition to circularity through implementing proactive industry self-regulation principles.

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Title: The SA Plastics Pact 2021_Annual report 2021-2022
Published: 29 December 2022

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