Why We're All In On

100% PCR Packaging

Choosing 100% PCR, or Post-Consumer Recycled plastic, was a no-brainer for REMAKE. We're all about reinvigorating used plastics, turning what was once waste into a valuable, reusable resource, again and again


Our 100% Bottles are Proudly GRS Certified

The Global Recycle Standard (GRS) is like the guardian of authenticity in the recycling world. It's a certification that ensures when a product says it's made with recycled materials, it truly is. GRS goes beyond just checking the boxes; it dives into the heart of the process, verifying the recycled content, overseeing the production from a social and environmental perspective, and ensuring no harmful chemicals sneak in. It's a seal of real-deal sustainability that lets you know a brand is serious about its eco-credentials.


Eco-Friendly Dispensers

Our pumps are made with 50% Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) plastic, reflecting our commitment to sustainability. We understand that the perfect eco-friendly solution isn't always readily available, which has been our challenge with sourcing PCR material for our spray mist dispensers. Finding a mist mechanism that delivers the fine, delicate spray our products require, while also being environmentally responsible, is a journey we are actively pursuing. We're committed to continuously improving our packaging, ensuring it meets our high standards for both functionality and eco-friendliness.

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PCR: A Sustainable Choice for the Planet

Reduced Energy Consumption: 

PCR plastic production requires significantly less energy compared to alternatives like glass and aluminium, making it a more energy-efficient choice.

Lower Carbon Footprint: 

The lightweight nature of PCR plastic means reduced emissions during transportation, significantly lowering our carbon footprint compared to heavier materials like glass.

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Diverting Waste from Landfills: 

By using PCR plastic, we're actively diverting plastic waste from landfills and oceans, directly addressing the global issue of plastic pollution.

Supporting Circular Economy: 

Choosing PCR contributes to a circular economy, turning post-consumer waste into valuable resources again, thereby reducing the need for virgin plastic production.


What is PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled) Plastic?

PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled) plastic is a sustainable innovation. It's created from discarded plastic products used by consumers, meticulously processed, and reborn into new plastic items, championing resource conservation.

Can PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled) Plastic Be Recycled?

Absolutely, PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled) plastic is highly recyclable. It's sourced from used consumer plastic products and can undergo multiple recycling cycles, reducing the need for new plastic production. REMAKE bottles can be recycled in household recycling bins, further supporting sustainable practices.

Can We Responsibly Source Post-Consumer Recycled Plastic?

Without a doubt, responsible sourcing of post-consumer recycled plastic is attainable, thanks to certifications like the Global Recycled Standard (GRS). GRS ensures ethical and sustainable practices in the procurement of these recycled materials.

Why Is PCR Post-Consumer Recycled Plastic a Good Solution for Sustainable Packaging?

PCR post-consumer recycled plastic is a beacon of sustainability in the world of packaging. It diverts plastic waste from landfills, curbs the need for virgin plastic, conserves resources, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, making it an eco-friendly choice.

How Does PCR Plastic Compare to Aluminium Packaging?

Aluminium packaging is lightweight and recyclable, making it suitable for certain applications. However, PCR plastic is often lighter than aluminium, further reducing transportation emissions. Additionally, PCR plastic can be recycled effectively, while aluminium requires significant initial energy for production. PCR plastic is considered a great choice for sustainability because it offers a lower carbon footprint and efficient recycling, aligning with the goal of reducing environmental impact and promoting a circular economy.

How Does PCR Plastic Compare to Glass Packaging?

Glass packaging is recyclable and preserves the integrity of products but can be heavier and less energy-efficient to produce and transport. PCR plastic is lighter, reducing transportation emissions, and can also be recycled efficiently. PCR plastic is often seen as a better choice for sustainability because it can help lower carbon emissions and conserve energy, making it more eco-friendly overall.