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Using agritechnology to make bio-based and degradable plastic alternatives, with its products in over 10 countries and counting.

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Tommy Tjiptadjaja

Co-Founder & CEO at Greenhope

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Employees 51–100
Headquarters Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
Greenhope is a social enterprise on a mission to help the world convert to more sustainable consumption and production through agritechnology, beginning with own proprietary, patented bioplastics technologies portfolio (bio-based and/or biodegradable). Ecoplas and Naturloop is Indonesia's native cassave-based biodegradable and compostable bioplastic sourced from farmer cooperatives with Fair for Life trade certification and has 30% less carbon compared to conventional plastic. Oxium is a biodegradable additive suitable for tropical and southern countries to make plastic fully and safely biodegrades. Our technologies have >40 different applications from shopping bags, garbage bags, cutleries, seedling bags, containers and cups, food and non food packaging, and many more. Greenhope collaborates with >150 brands and plastic converter factories, various parties across governments, and NGOs in >12 countries towards sustainable planet and people.

Notable Achievements

  • Has >150 brands and factories as customers, many are regional and global brands (Grab, Gojek, Shopee, Adidas, Decathlon, among others)
  • Cumulatively has converted >125,000 tons of conventional plastic to become safer biodegradable materials that no longer polluting
  • Co-Founders are both Schwab Social Entrepreneurs with The World Economic Forum, company is part of UN Global Compact

Currently Operating in Twelve Regions

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