Materials

Material Spec

Name:
The Good Plastic Company
The Good Plastic Company is a mission-driven organization that is determined to contribute to solving the problem of the 400 million tonnes of plastic waste that are generated annually. They produce environmentally friendly panels from recycled plastic. They are of high quality and have the lowest ecological footprint possible. Each panel is made from a single type of plastic so it can be easily recycled, extending its use indefinitely.
Origin:
Netherlands
Application & typical uses:
Sheet material
Product breakdown:
Eco-friendly glass worktop, made of 100% recycled glass waste, mixed with solvent-free resin Image Credits: The Student Hotel: The Invisible Party, Fiction Factory Timeless Duo Shelves: Iryna Tsyoma and Ole Storjohann GPC: Diotis Company Evolve chair: Tom Robinson
Colour/finish:
Range of 9 standard colours plus bespoke service
Certification:
N/A
Dimensions:
1000 x 1000, 1000 x 2000"
Supplier name:
The Good Plastic Company
Supplier address:
85 Great Portland Street, London W1W 7LT, UK
Supplier telephone:
+44 (0)1727 627040
Supplier email:
hello@thegoodplasticcompany.com
Supplier website:
Visit website
Origin:
Netherlands
Application & typical uses:
Sheet material
Product breakdown:
Eco-friendly glass worktop, made of 100% recycled glass waste, mixed with solvent-free resin Image Credits: The Student Hotel: The Invisible Party, Fiction Factory Timeless Duo Shelves: Iryna Tsyoma and Ole Storjohann GPC: Diotis Company Evolve chair: Tom Robinson
Colour/finish:
Range of 9 standard colours plus bespoke service
Certification:
N/A
Dimensions:
1000 x 1000, 1000 x 2000"
Supplier name:
The Good Plastic Company
Supplier address:
85 Great Portland Street, London W1W 7LT, UK
Supplier telephone:
+44 (0)1727 627040
Supplier email:
hello@thegoodplasticcompany.com
Supplier website:
Visit website
Important information:
The information above was provided by the company that supplied the material. Please use the information on the website for final selection and specification of materials.
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