The Perpetual Plastic Project is an interactive installation for young and old to visit and where their plastic waste is recycled there and then – and turned into new products by 3D printers.  The installation is mobile and can be booked for events, where it proves both educational and practical.  The set-up can be small – to cope with three visitors at a time, with the printer able to make six products an hour – or scaled up with multiple 3D printers running.

The organisation is based in the Netherlands but the installation can be booked for international locations.

also support…

The Perpetual Plastic Project is an interactive installation for young and old to visit and where their plastic waste is recycled there and then – and turned into new products by 3D printers.  The installation is mobile and can be booked for events, where it proves both educational and practical.  The set-up can be small – to cope with three visitors at a time, with the printer able to make six products an hour – or scaled up with multiple 3D printers running.

The organisation is based in the Netherlands but the installation can be booked for international locations.

also support…