Top 9 Ways to Reduce Plastic Waste in the Cosmetics Industry
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Top 9 Ways to Reduce Plastic Waste in the Cosmetics Industry
By Tamara Davison on October 27, 2023

Around 95% of cosmetic packaging is thrown away after its initial use, according to the British Beauty Council. What's alarming is that most of this ends up in landfills or pollutes our...

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How Does Extended Producer Responsibility Work in the Philippines?
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How Does Extended Producer Responsibility Work in the Philippines?
By Beth Howell on October 16, 2023

The Philippines is facing a waste crisis. In fact, it’s estimated that roughly 2.7 million tons of plastic waste are generated in the Philippines each year (World Bank, 2021). And according...

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Our Founders' Story: How to Save the Oceans From Plastic Pollution
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Our Founders' Story: How to Save the Oceans From Plastic Pollution
By Beth Howell on January 5, 2023

Before setting up CleanHub, our three founders — Joel Tasche, Florin Dinga, and Bosse Rothe — ventured across the world to explore areas that currently lack proper waste infrastructure.

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Interview: Andreas Fath on Swimming for Plastic-Free Rivers
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Interview: Andreas Fath on Swimming for Plastic-Free Rivers
By Beth Howell on April 1, 2022

Professor Andreas Fath is a German Chemist, specializing in wastewater treatment and surface technologies. More recently, his work has been focused on microplastics and the different...

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CleanHub's Theory of Change on Plastic Pollution
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CleanHub's Theory of Change on Plastic Pollution
By Beth Howell on March 23, 2022

At CleanHub, we want to make the world a better place — and we believe that one of the best ways to do this is by making ocean-bound plastic a thing of the past. Ideally, no plastic would...

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A Guide to Waste Management on Small Islands
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A Guide to Waste Management on Small Islands
By Beth Howell on September 2, 2021

With plastic pollution and waste levels ever increasing as years go by, it’s getting harder for countries to effectively manage and recycle it. In many cases, we just don’t have the...

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