Coca-Cola Indonesia recently announced the national launch of their new bottle, made from 100 percent recycled PET (rPET) plastic, excluding lids and labels. The rPET packs are now available for Coca-Cola Trademark, Fanta, Sprite in 390 milliliter packs, and Sprite Waterlymon in 425 ml packs. The monumental move is a first for any company in Indonesia.

“Today, we are proud to say that one out of every three bottles on the Indonesian market today is made from 100 percent rPET (recycled) plastic, made locally at Amandina Bumi Nusantara, the recycling plant set up by our bottling partner Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Indonesia with Dynapack Asia,” said Julio Lopez, president director of Coca-Cola Indonesia. “Our bottles have more value than the first use because they can be used over and over again, helping to support a closed loop circular economy.”

The “closed loop” circular economy model is one of the pillars the company uses to achieve its vision of a World Without Waste, which includes a goal to use at least 50 percent recycled plastic in its packaging by 2030, and an ambition to help collect the equivalent of every can and bottle sold by 2030.

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