Saving Bali's environment one plastic bag at a time

  • Bali's problem with plastic waste

    Educational infographic on plastic waste in Bali

  • Free for any small business to join

    All you need to join is commitment and perseverance

  • Alternatives to plastic bags

    PlastikDetox can help you identify solutions for your packaging needs

  • Helping you communicate your green policy

    PlastikDetox provides customized designs to help you get your guests behind your green commitment

  • All smiles

    Staff from Peekaboo Play Cafe and PlastikDetox during a training session in reducing plastic waste

  • Tandjungsari Planning

PlastikDetox is a non-profit campaign that encourages and rewards small businesses in Bali to reduce plastic waste » read more






Latest News

PlastikDetox talks trash on Hard Rock FM Bali

Posted May 2, 2014

 by Okky Sari

One of PlastikDetox's promises to our partners is that if they succeed in reducing their use of plastic, we will offer them free marketing opportunities. Last week, we were true to our promise. Hard Rock FM invited us and Novie Gehlen from Warung Santai in Sanur to chat about reducing plastic and what it was like for a small business to make that happen. 

New educational infographic on plastic waste in Bali

Posted February 22, 2014

 by Okky Sari

Bali produces 10,000 meter cubic of garbage everyday. About 50% of it is collected, but the remaining 5,000 meter cubic is burned, dumped into rivers, or thrown on road sides.

Local Businesses Get Help Kicking Their Plastic Habit

Posted November 7, 2013

 by Marc

The resort island of Bali produces 890 metric tons of garbage every day. Imagine five blue whales or 222 elephants of pure trash washing up on the shores of Bali every 24 hours. But rather than throw up their hands in defeat, a group of four die-hard environmentalists based in Sanur, 30 minutes from Ngurai Rai International Airport, banded together in 2012 and launched PlastikDetox, an educational effort to turn the tide on the island’s excessive use of plastic, which accounts for 10 percent to 12 percent of Bali’s trash.