Discover the best Precious Plastic workspaces recycling plastic from around the world in the upcoming year.
Let's take a look at 2020 and how it was for One Army, Precious Plastic and Project Kamp.
Precious Plastic starterkits have been downloaded over 100.000 times in the last year.
We are finally giving great rewards to our fantastic supporters!
While developing Precious Plastic Version 4 we made these nice benches for our lovely neighbours.
One Army is a new beginning for our projects and communities. Learn what it is, how it works and why we need an army.
Learn how we structured and run the Precious Plastic team during Version 4, working and living together for 16 months.
Precious Plastic is looking into the future researching materials that can replace plastic altogether. Learn about bioplastics & biodegradable materials.
We took a trip to Berlin to interview Moritz and learn more about their recycling journey.
This is the place where we'll be sharing all our videos and knowledge to live more sustainably on planet earth.
After two years of search we bought a piece of land in Portugal, between Lisbon and Porto to start Project Kamp.
We moved Precious Plastic operations and headquarter in France temporarily to face eviction from our previous workspace due to Chromium 6 in the building.
Learn how we spent almost 300K € to develop version 4 with insights in costs and strategies to stay within budget.
Learn how the Precious Plastic community is contributing to tackle the ongoing pandemic with decentralised and local productions of protective gear.
To help people start recycling across the world we're launching the Precious Plastic starterkits for people to buy and get start.
Data and numbers about the Precious Plastic impact around the world with over 1000 people surveyed.
How can a plastic recycling workspace inside a shipping container help to reduce plastic pollution in Maldives?
Today we present you the Precious Plastic Bazar 2.0, a plastic recycling marketplace to buy and sell Precious Plastic recycled products.
During Covid-19, Eindhoven municipality found a dangerous paint in our workspace. We’ve been asked to immediately evacuate the building and we're selling everything (but the chocolate)!