Perpetual Plastic Project

Interactive recycling installation for events

The Perpetual Plastic Project is an interactive recycling installation for young and old where plastic waste is recycled on the spot into new products by 3D-printers. The installation can be booked for events, festivals or other occasions. It gets visitors involved and educated about the value of recycling of plastic waste. The fun and hands-on – learning by doing – experience is what makes the Perpetual Plastic Project stand out on every event.

PPP logo black

Recycle process

Cleaning and drying
The recycling process consists of several steps. At the first station the plastic trash is cleaned and dried
In the next step the plastic is manually shredded to create small pieces
The small plastic pieces are fed through a manual extruder which melts it into a thin plastic wire called filament.
3D printing
The plastic filament is fed into the 3D printer and transformed into a new product. Completing the recycling cycle

The Set-up

This mobile mini recycling factory consists of the elements of a  big recycling facility but than in small. It has 4 stations where people themselves can experience the different steps required for going from waste to product. It consists of:

  • washing & drying set-up
  • shredders
  • extrusion machine
  • 3d printers 

The installation is designed as a modulair system, it’s easy to transport and can host up to 20 visitors at the same time. Together with the installation an experienced staff will guide the visitors through the process and explain the steps in more detail.

Let's get to work

We believe in learning by doing. By working with the machine people learn in a fun way about plastics and recycling. Kids, students, business men and grandparents, we have worked with every target group and all are fascinated by the hands-on recycle process.

Several extension options are available to create a custom experience for your event.

Do you want the Perpetual Plastic experinece for your event?

products made
Start up
Educate people about the value of plastic recycling in a fun way
The world’s first installation where people themselves can experience waste into a 3d print
available around the world
since 2012