“It’s only one plastic bottle peg bag box said 8 billion people.

Our Story

Spacewhite came from the crazy idea that we can make a difference. If humans can come up with incredible technology that sent people into space, why can’t we say goodbye to single use plastics forever? That’s why we’re called Spacewhite; we may not build rockets and send people to the moon, but our plan to rid the world of single use plastics is just as crazy.

Here at Spacewhite, we care about what state our Earth will be left in for future generations, and are saddened that global efforts to reduce plastic pollution is taking way too long. Supermarkets are still filled with thousands of products wrapped in plastic, and despite countries taking action on plastic it feels like we’re so far away from our goal.

That’s where Spacewhite comes in. We’ve created household products such as laundry detergent and toilet paper with zero plastic packaging, and by 2025 our goal is to provide alternatives to all general home products that you would buy in the supermarket, but without any single-use plastics. Our products are an exciting and high-quality solution to the plastic epidemic.

No Single-Use Plastics
We’re committed to eradicating single-use plastics in our products and within our business. We believe in a world without plastic waste.
100% Australian Owned
We’re an Australian owned company that’s committed to supporting local communities.
Reduce First
We prioritise reducing consumption and waste over reusing and recycling. That’s why all our products have zero-plastic waste.

Our $1 CEO

Ringo Chan founded Spacewhite in 2020 to solve the single-use plastic problem, but we still have a long way to go.

For the first five years, Ringo will not take a salary from Spacewhite. Instead, we are investing more in creating a sustainable future for generations to come.

Why 5 Years?

Businesses need money to grow. That’s why in 2025, Spacewhite will look for investors. With more investment, we can commit to making a larger impact to the overconsumption of single-use plastics.

Our goal is for you to walk out of a supermarket with no single-use plastics in your basket.