Less Plastic Thailand Turns Plastic Bottles into Life-Saving PPE

Less Plastic Thailand is asking the public to donate PET bottles to ensure doctors have enough supplies of reusable protective clothing. The “PET To PPE Project” turns used Polyethylene Terephthalate or PET bottles into reusable PPE, both isolation gowns and coverall suits.

“The PET To PPE Project” was launched last year after the Covid-19 pandemic hit Thailand and has already donated 20,000 reusable PPE to 200 hospitals across the country.

A spot PET to PPE : Sort Waste, Save Lives was created and directed by Suthisak Sucharittanonta via Triton Film Bangkok. In a single shot, the film featured discarded plastic bottles on a street which gradually turns into a doctor in PPE suit lying down and finally standing up.


It’s a moving spot. It’s also oddly ominous due to the intense audio track backing the film.

The fourth edition of the project was recently launched and runs through Dec 25. The ad is running on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.



Clients: Less Plastic Thailand
Project Coordinator & Content Manager: Metha Senthong
Creative & Production Company: Triton
Creative & Director: Suthisak Sucharittanonta
DoP: Assada Sreshthaputra
Executive producer: Thacksakorn Pradubpongsa
Producer: Penporn Vutthisomboon
Production Design: Rajadej na Nagara
Assistant camera: Jettanakorn Jankaew
Editor: Sakchai Jansri
Production coordinator: Peerawat Puttipo
Talent: Assadawut Innim
Post Production: Postini
Camera equipments: Big Eye

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