Hello Precious Plastic people!
We are Njombe Beyond , a project lead by the SHIPO SMART Centre Tanzania . We are creating a local network of small scale plastic recyclers in the southern highlands of Tanzania. All our designs can be produced with low cost and simple technologies, such as those available in Njombe.
Current status of Njombe Beyond network:
- Two local plastic shredders
- A machine building workshop
- A mould producing artisan
- A recycling workshop with the injection and the compresion machines.
- A recycling workshop with an industrial extrusion machine
And an intenational network of product & mould designers. Current status:
- One designer based in Tanzania, one based in Uganda and another one based in Kenya
- Plastic recycling lab where local entrepreneurs learn and start their plastic recycling business.
I'm a huge fan of plastic recycling. I agree with Dave that together we can change the world and decrease the plastic polution on earth. I have access to materials and people who have the machines and can create some parts for me. I created based on Dave's instructions a shredder and it works perfect :) Unfortunetly I don't have enough place to create other machines.... But I hope it will change in the future. I'm intrested in plastic pyrolisys - convert plastic waste in to oil.
We have a 2in1 Full equipped Shredder and Extruder Precious Plastic Machines :) The Shredder cuts plastic items into small flakes ready to be turned into new things by the other machines. Extrusion is a continuous process where plastic flakes are inserted into the hopper and extruded into a line of plastic. These lines can be used to make new raw material, granulated plastic, spun around a mould, or used in your own creative ways. Technical DATA Weight 80 KG Material Cost (NL) 1.800 € Dimensions 100x65x55 Cm Power (W) 2.2 KW - 1.5 KW Voltage (V) 220 V Amperage (AMP) 16 A More
I'm equipped with an ender 3 pro 3d printer. Am willing to work with the costumer to produce and STL, file etc that they have in mind. Feel free to reach out by email or text with any questions about size, infil or materials. I currently have black and white pla but am open to printing in any material.
In operation for 3 years building Precious Plastic machines. We are locally known as Precious Plastic Philippines, TGCF Machinery Manufacturing is our licensed business name. Located in Antipolo City, Rizal. We are on the North East side of Metro Manila.
When Sustainability meets Design! The Good Plastic Company is a mission-driven company that is determined to provide a solution to the 400 million tons of plastic waste that is generated annually.
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The company’s approach is to utilize recycled plastic to produce plastic panels that can be used to create modern-looking environmentally conscious furniture as well as interior design elements. The products are unique. In most instances, they create one-of-a-kind patterns for the customers that have a unique story.
The Good Plastic Company is also proud to be a zero waste manufacturer as they recycle all leftovers of plastic by giving it a new beautiful sustainable life for good.
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