We make packaging disappear

Made from Notpla

Ooho and our other packaging solutions are made from Notpla, a material made from seaweed and plants that disappear, naturally.

Our products

Notpla Technology

Notpla is revolutionary material made from seaweed and plants. It biodegrades in weeks, naturally.

We have created unique machines and materials to package your products in the most sustainable way.

Discover how it works

About us

We are a team of designers and chemists, engineers and entrepreneurs. We’re hard to define, because what we’ve done hasn’t been done before.

Our story

🏆Meet @notpla one of Best in British Tech 2020 nominees in the British Upstart category.

Founded by Pierre Paslier & Rodrigo García González, Notpla offers sustainable packaging made from seaweed and plants.

More: https://t.co/amD6nDBqFB

📲Voting is exclusive to GBx members!

🇬🇧 is partner country of @greentech_fest 2020, promoting future-oriented, green technologies like last year’s #GreentechAward winner @notpla. The start-up came up with an edible, plant-based🪴 alternative to single-use plastic. #TacklingClimateChange #GreenisGREAT

The RCA champions a collaborative, critical practice that propels our students in their careers beyond graduation. We’ve been looking at a few examples of design partnerships that began at the RCA and have gone on to industry success >>> https://t.co/ca7IMlb3f1
Image: @notpla

We aim for a bullet proof level of #sustainability. Our initial idea at Imperial was that if we can eat this packaging, nature can too. When something is completely natural, nature knows how to deal with it. @notpla

#UNSDG

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🙏@wwf_deutschland

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