Precious Plastic

Precious Plastic

Precious Plastic is an open source platform that shares their findings on how to solve plastic pollution. This project was created by Dave Hakkens from the Netherlands in 2013.  The video below gives you a background on this project via the version 3 launch. 

We are patiently awaiting the updates that will come with the launch of version 4.  This update is expected to roll out in October 2019.

Would you create your own workspace? Or join a project in your community?

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Starting material. Image: Precious Plastic

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