Using invasive species to solve the plastic waste pollution crisis

That’s exactly what we do

About Us

At HyaPak we are on a mission to revolutionize packaging by converting water hyacinth, an invasive weed, into biodegradable alternatives to single-use plastic products -> Essentially, we are using one environmental problem to solve another

Services & Solutions

Delivering value across domains

Our diverse and eco-friendly packaging solutions ensure efficiency, scalability, and a competitive edge.



Our products are made from water hyacinth, a renewable resource that naturally decomposes within months, reducing environmental impact.
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Reliable and Versatile

Reliable and Versatile

Our packaging solutions can be customized to meet the unique needs of various industries and applications.
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We continuously strive to develop cutting-edge technologies and processes to create sustainable packaging solutions.
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Sustainable Packaging Solutions

Sustainable Packaging Solutions

We offer eco-friendly packaging options that inspire positive change and contribute to a greener future with the circular economy in mind.
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Sustainability & CSR
Cultivating Positive Change, One Seedling at a Time

At HyaPak, we make 100% biodegradable bioplastics derived from water hyacinth. Our ingenious wrappers offer a sustainable alternative to traditional plastic packaging options.

One of our key products are biodegradable seedling bags that promote healthy seedling growth, decompose naturally in just six months, and contribute to a circular economy.

Each HyaPak seedling wrapper eliminates the need for traditional plastic, collectively reducing tons of plastic waste from entering our environment.


Increased growth rate due to the nutrients in our hyacinth seedling bags


of carbon offset per seedling wrapper


Increased water retention due to reduced water used during irrigation

Our Story

Why we do this

Our story began by getting stuck in Lake Naivasha, Kenya, during a class trip because of water hyacinth. We witnessed the growing problems of water hyacinth infestation and the threat of plastic waste to our environment, and to communities. But within these challenges, we saw a spark of hope.

We are now harnessing the power of innovation to address these environmental concerns while empowering local communities.

Our solution lies in creating innovative and eco-friendly alternatives to single-use packaging products made from water hyacinth.

Basically, packaging products that look, feel, and perform like plastics, but that decompose.

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