Why Net Zero Co. Exists
Plastic is the most pervasive material in the world.
We're here to help do something about it!
Plastic Is Affecting How Our Body Functions
Did you know that we consume a credit card’s worth of plastic per week?
What’s polluting the planet is just as toxic for human health. Those who study the effects of the plastic industry are warning us that these chemicals interfere with the way our bodies work on a serious level.
There's A Massive Whirlpool of Buoyant Plastics
The Great Pacific Plastic Garbage Patch includes disregarded consumer product goods, finishing gear, and microplastics.
Some crustaceans digest microplastics. That means even smaller plastic particles are eventually released back into the seawater to bioaccumulate.
Hope For A World Beyond Single-Use Plastics
Since the 1950s, the rate of plastic production has grown faster than that of any other material. More than 99% of plastics are produced from chemicals derived from oil, natural gas and coal — all of which are non-renewable resources.
In addition, half of all plastic produced today is designed to be used only once — and then thrown away.
It All Started With One Straw...
Because small daily changes make a big impact over time.
Living through the climate crisis, there is a great responsibility on our shoulders to do our part for the planet.
My commitment is to create an empowering culture and company that helps the people we reach discover the win-win of living sustainably.
Our essential intent is to innovate unique ways to inspire change and make sustainable lifestyle products the norm for 1 million households in North America by 2026. In the coming years, we strive to create a local Net Zero Experience here in Vancouver, BC!
We are proud of the products we have built, and we hope that those we develop in the future will have an even greater positive impact on the world.
I hope we’ll inspire you to thrive on your eco journey.
Because Of That One Straw...
Our products have found their forever homes! We’ve been able to promote the use of reusables since 2018.
disposable straws saved
plastic bags saved
single-use baggies saved