Perpetual People

Making A Material Difference Since 2007

The perPETual group was formed in 2007 to find a technology solution which could make a significant reduction in the number of waste plastic bottles. Since 2015 we have processed more than two million used PET bottles per day into high-quality products. We have remained at the forefront of the circular economy and we pride ourselves on the fact that we only produce, manufacture and sell 100% sustainable products. Our ethos is all about ‘making a material difference.’ We care about the world we live in, continuously strive towards creating a sustainable future and encourage all of our employees and others that come into contact with our brand to adopt this same ethos.

Join The perPETual Movement

perPETual sales and marketing centre is based in the UK with manufacturing and processing facilities in India, Turkey, and South Korea. We have over 350 staff (full time and contract), and partnerships with over 25 textile mills and 40 repeat customers who are all part of the perPETual movement to work together to make this a better world.

As of November 2017, perPETual people have transformed over 1.5 billion used PET bottles into approximately 45 million square metres of high-quality sustainable polyester fabric. perPETual partners such as Decathlon, Adidas, Puma, H&M etc. have used this fabric to make approximately 44 million T-shirts, 12 million garments and 4 million bags / accessories. Next time you go down to your local high street shop consider buying products made from sustainable recycled polyester and be part of the growing perPETual movement.

We thank and recognize our investors for the help we have received in growing perPETual and making it the company it is today.

If you would like more information on how you can make a material difference and be part of the perPETual movement as an investor, partner, customer, journalist or employee please do not hesitate to contact us.

perPETual Founders

Dr. Vivek Tandon has been actively involved in the plastics recycling sector since 2004 and has been the driving force behind the formation of perPETual. Vivek is an experienced international executive and proven entrepreneur with a background in building technology companies spanning the telecom, renewable energy and environmental sectors with a particular focus on building sustainable businesses in Asia and developing countries. During his career, Vivek co-founded a number of successful technology companies and has held several senior executive management positions including Aloe Private Equity (an environmental group), Greenko Group PLC (renewable energy), Viventures, CIENA, Kymata, British Telecom PLC. and Motorola. He currently sits on the boards of EnvironCOM (an electronics recycling company) and Allied Technology Group (an environmental engineering group). In addition to a strong interest in the environment and social sustainability, Vivek has a personal passion for development and social justice in Africa. When he finds the time, he is an avid squash player. Vivek has a PhD from University College, London, and a BSc in Physics from Imperial College.  He has published numerous papers and has several patents.

Vikram has been involved in the plastic recycling sector for more than a decade. He previously co-founded and invested in sustainability focused technology companies. Since the beginning of perPETual, Vikram has taken various roles such as developing strategic customer relationships, building new partnerships, raising capital, technology development and operations. He has worked in private equity, global M&A consulting company and one of the largest energy and environment companies in India. Over the years, Vikram has developed tremendous network and insights in the plastic recycling sector. He is also a qualified Chartered Accountant with Bachelors in Commerce from Pune University, India. Vikram loves to run and swim when he is not working and has been closely associated with organisations focused on education in rural areas in India.