Our last webinar for the year, as we Wrap it Up by talking to some of our amazing ambassadors from the Picnics Unwrapped campaign during National Recycling Week.
Jordy Kay, CEO & Co-Founder of The Great Wrap
Using food waste to build the world’s largest stretch wrap company. With a diverse background in organic farming to project management on a global scale with education projects, Jordy aims to provide a fix for household waste challenges by diverting food waste from landfill and converting it into the main raw material for its wrap. https://www.greatwrap.co/collections/all
Marina Debris, Famous Sculptor
An Australian-based artist whose work focuses on reusing trash to raise awareness of ocean and beach pollution. DeBris uses trash from the beach to create trashion, 'fish tanks', decorative art and other unusual works of art. http://washedup.us/
Co-host - Ricki Hersburgh, Executive Director of Plastic Oceans Australasia
An environmental sustainability professional, Ricki’s passion and lifelong dedication to the challenges of plastics waste have driven her to develop cutting-edge behaviour change programs for schools, businesses, government, and community groups based on scientific research.
Co-host Mark Jacobsen, Managing Director of Replas
Mark has been in the plastics industry for over 20 years and committed to changing the landscape of Australia with his innovative approach to recycling plastic products. Replas is one of Australia’s leading mixed recycled plastic manufacturers that aims to provide a solution for plastic waste by delivering quality cost effective sustainable products. https://www.replas.com.au/
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