Plastics and the Environment

Reducing plastic waste at source is a key part of Indonesia's battle against ocean pollution

Koinpack app allows users to make transactions and bottle returns by scanning the QR code on the bottle.

Innovations in reuse systems: the Koinpack app allows warung (shop) owners to make deposit transactions and register bottle returns by scanning the QR code on the bottle. Image: Koinpack.

Tauhid Pandji
Venture Builder, Enviu
William Handjaja
Associate, SYSTEMIQ
Sri Indrastuti Hadiputranto
Chair, Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP)
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