Blue Pack

Protecting Seas, Enhancing Brands

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The Replase Blue Plan provides a significant opportunity for companies to actively engage in marine environmental sustainability and simultaneously enhance their brand reputation.

This initiative focuses mainly on two key environmental actions: the removal of plastic from our oceans and the restoration of coral reefs, both of which are vital for maintaining the health of marine ecosystems.

Why the Blue Plan?

Each year, our planet confronts the enormous challenge of managing around 400 million tons of plastic production. At least 14 million tons of plastic end up in the ocean every year.

Coral reefs, often referred to as the “rainforests of the sea,” are vital to the health of marine ecosystems and maintaining the ocean’s ability to regulate global climate. It is estimated that about 50% of the world’s coral reefs have been lost in the last three decades, and a significant portion of the remaining reefs are under threat from human activities.

Subscribing the Blue Plan companies benefit from a real-time dashboard provided by Replase, which can be embedded on corporate websites. This dashboard displays the quantity of plastic removed, corals and trees planted, offering a transparent and quantifiable demonstration of the company’s commitment to environmental sustainability.


Yes, of course, you can change or cancel at anytime. Your plan can be managed on your profile when you’re logged in or feel free to reach out to us via email at

Our expanding network of impact partners consists of rigorously selected organizations dedicated to conservation. It’s mandatory for each partner to furnish comprehensive reports and evidence of their fieldwork. We meticulously monitor every tree, coral, every kilogram of plastic.

Absolutely, the real-time dashboard provided can be easily embedded on your website for promotional purposes

Subscribing the Blue Plan elevates your brand’s commitment to sustainability, enhancing customer trust and loyalty.

Yes, the reduction in CO2 levels is a direct result of plastic removal and coral plantation.


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