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On the occasion of mk plast`s 40th anniversary in 2014, we entered into an open discussion with our friend Peter Sußner Peter, an artist by profession, planted the seed for the idea to support an environmental project. At first glance this project seemed rather counter-intuitive for a company like ours. After some controversial debating, we came to a conclusion: It`s time to act.
We are prepared and willing to thoroughly look into the problem of marine pollution. As we are in the film business, does this make us a source of the problem? We are striving to find out in which ways we can contribute to solutions.

In the packaging industries, hygiene requirements and foodstuffs directives render films indispensable. Valuable goods need protection. We cannot do without films. But we can definitely influence the way films are disposed of.
Search your own conscience. Create awareness in your social environment. Together, we can make a difference.

But does this suffice? While it is a good approach to tackle the problem at its roots, this alone does not clear the rubbish bobbing up and down on our oceans already. What can we do about this?


  • What is the NABU project 'Fishing for Litter'? Learn more about the NABU initiative here.