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It takes up to 1,000 years for plastic to degrade.
More than 8 million tonnes of plastic is dumped into our oceans every year.
Half of all plastics ever manufactured have been made in just the last 15 years.
If nothing is done by 2050, pieces of plastic in the ocean will outweigh the number of fish.
More than 32% of global plastic waste ends up in the ocean.
Over 500 species of marine animals have either eaten or been entangled in plastic.
At Excel, we are acutely aware of the damage that plastic has on the environment and we are determined to lead the way in our industry to remove as much “single use plastic” from the supply chain as possible each year. As such, we have removed all of the single-use plastic from the majority of the Excel product packaging.
Thanks to our plastic free initiative, our customers can save up to 60% of their preparation time when they're installing keystone jacks, as these products are available in multipacks of 24, supplied in a simple 100% recycled and recyclable cardboard tray as opposed to individual single-use plastic bags.
By switching to "natural" brown packaging options, we will be reducing our annual single-use plastic bag usage by more than 16 million bags. This is the equivalent to over 40 tonnes of single-use plastic being removed from the supply chain and replaced with 100% recyclable packaging.
This drive to remove single-use plastic bags from a range of Excel products is the latest example of our efforts to improve our sustainability – but it is by no means the end of the road. Our responsible packaging solutions will become the standard as stocks of the current packaging designs are depleted.
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We are thrilled to see how far Excel Networking Solutions have come in regards to ditching their single use plastic packaging. They really have shown dedication to helping reduce their impact on the environment, and their successes will mean our marine environment will be cleaner and our wildlife less affected by plastic as a result. Thank you for your continued passion for our seas and for pushing your business to become greener and cleaner!
Katharine Sharp | Corporate Partnerships Manager, Marine Conservation Society