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  • Keep the Sea Plastic Free
    June 08, 2022

    Keep the Sea Plastic Free

    Keep the Sea Plastic Free

    Humanity is no stranger to the intensifying climate crisis. In fact, humanity is one of the main causes for the climate crisis due to their exploitation and overuse of our planet’s natural resources.

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  • To Bee or not to Bee 🐝
    May 20, 2022

    To Bee or not to Bee 🐝

    To Bee or not to Bee 🐝

    Did you know that an estimated 1/3 of the world’s food crop is dependent on pollination?

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  • Celebrate Earth Day with Uuvipak!
    April 22, 2022

    Celebrate Earth Day with Uuvipak!

    Celebrate Earth Day with Uuvipak!

    It is our duty to give more back to the earth than what we take. Stats from the World Bank show we’ve been doing quite the opposite: we consume more than we return to our planet, and what we give back is mostly trash!

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  • What's Different About Uuvipak?
    March 17, 2022

    What's Different About Uuvipak?

    What's Different About Uuvipak?

    In the current global scenario, thousands of organisations and brands are making products to reduce the depletion of nature. While this could be great news, there are several loopholes through which the purpose of these efforts is seeping out and in fact, adding to global warming.

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  • Meet the founders!
    February 24, 2022

    Meet the founders!

    Meet the founders!

    Dr. Shafali and Andy co-founded Uuvipak with the mission to eradicate single-use plastics. As a fusion of science and technology, we are passionate about making the world a cleaner, more sustainable, and more pleasant place to live.

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  • Become a part of our mission to replace plastic!
    February 09, 2022

    Become a part of our mission to replace plastic!

    Become a part of our mission to replace plastic!

    We created Uuvipak to fight the huge pollution problem created by single-use plastic disposable products. The name Uuvipak is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Uruvi’ which means planet.

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