Transparent Blockchain and supply chain technology working toward plastic neutrality
pound of plastic produced since 1950
Recycled plastic is a valuable commodity; however, its nontransparent reintegration into our supply chain is the problem. The lack of a formalized and dependable supply chain makes it difficult, costly and time-consuming for manufacturers to rely on a steady supply of ethically sourced recycled plastic needed to reach their plastic neutrality goals.

Our solutions

BlockChain & IOT
Blockchain technology provides irrefutable proof of good environmental and ethical behavior for every stakeholder up and down the recycling supply chain, which can be monitored, incentivized, and, ultimately, trusted, through the “Product passport” The internet of things isn't just about connected devices, it's about the information those devices collect and the powerful, immediate insights that can be gathered from that information. These insights can be used to transform, process and lower costs through improvements like reduction of wasted materials, streamlined operational, mechanical and financial processes.
Lead logistics Providers
As an LLP : Lead logistics providers and 6PL logistics services providers, Mikacycle manages the sourcing, warehousing, finance, inventory, fulfillment, compliance, transportation and logistics on behalf of its clients, the entire supply chain from sourcing to the point of final destination.
Plastic Credits
Put simply, for every dollar contributed by a polluter, a certain amount of plastic waste would be intercepted from the environment on your behalf as an individual or a company. Mikacycle’s plastic programs initiating in The Philippines and expanding to other Asian basin countries will create Waste Collection Credits (WCCs) and Waste Recycling Credits (WRCs) to be sold to conscious ESG Brands wishing to address their plastic footprint and reach plastic neutrality
Plastic recovery program
Incentivize local populations in underdeveloped countries to gather plastic that can be purchased at a fair exchange rate, allowing these funds to trickle down into the local economy. The collected plastic is then sold up the value chain. The program aims to impact local economies, harvesters' health and welfare, income, and the environment.​