Recycling plastics has had limited potential, as many types of plastics cannot be easily separated from each other, and the chemical composition of each type varies considerably.
As a result, almost all recycled plastics must be recycled into lower-value products (for example, plastics that can be used for non-food packaging material).
There have been relatively few ways for consumers to recycle their plastic waste in their homes or offices. This is where we come in. There are several ways to turn your waste materials into added value by transforming them into usable 3D printing material with our proprietary technologies.
This new way of thinking about garbage as a resource has many benefits. On the one hand, we make the world's supply of plastic waste more valuable by adding value to it through upcycling technology. This technology will return value to our environment and allow us to reuse plastics destined for landfills.
The production of bioplastics is based on renewable energy sources, which is an advantage for our environment and encourages sustainability efforts.
Suppose you can turn unwanted waste materials into functional 3D printing materials and objects. Then you can help keep the Earth green and reduce your expenses in the acquisition of high-priced raw materials.