Updated: Dec 9, 2021
The world faces a severe environmental problem: plastic "waste" is increasing every year. This waste not only clogs landfills it pollutes our waterways and oceans. One of the main groups responsible for this accumulation of invisible debris is the food industry. From every nook and cranny of the planet, restaurants, grocery stores, and so forth throw their non-recyclable packaging into the trash pile.
When it comes to reducing waste, your carbon footprint is only half the equation. The key is to create something of value so that the result is to reduce both pollution and waste by-products.
By taking this approach of adding value to products rather than simply throwing them away after use, we can create a more circular economy in which everything remains constant in use and disused products cycle for renewed value as we continue—reducing our global footprint.
With a plan and the right resources, the Carbon Source team has developed a technology to process plastic and turn it into premium material for multiple purposes through 3D printing technology.
Our solution enables manufacturers to convert their plastic waste into new products with minimal effort.
Think of the circular economy. Would you mind recycling often? Design to live on an intelligent planet. It is time for all of us to do our part to face the challenge of waste management; capitalism is based on one thing: moving markets. By working together, we can solve this problem and create new markets, including 3D printed plastic products.