Goodbye bad plastic,
hello Good Plastic

Distinctive construction and decor panels.

There are three reasons why our product is called Good Plastic: it is high quality, it is recycled and recyclable, and it has the lowest ecological footprint possible.

Our Mission

The Good Plastic Company is a mission-driven organisation that is determined to contribute to solving the problem of the 400 million tonnes of plastic waste that are generated annually. Plastic waste pollutes our oceans and affects our food chain and more; we want to address one of humanity’s greatest challenges.

Our aspirational goal is to incorporate recycled plastic into the circular economy in as many countries as possible. With our help, what was once considered waste can now become a beautiful part of our lives.


Our unique technology enables us to re-use up to 70% of existing types of plastic. We use post-industrial and post-consumer plastic waste to create fascinatingly designed materials.

1m2 = 4,000 single-use forks

We produce environmentally friendly panels from recycled plastic. Each panel is made from a single type of plastic so it can be easily recycled, extending its use in the circular economy indefinitely.

The panels have a standard size of 1x1m and thickness ranging from 5mm to 40mm. As for the surface look, Good Plastic panels have glossy, semi-glossy and matte finishes depending on the pattern.

11 January 2021

Dezeen feature: Tom Robinson’s Evolve Chair

London designer Tom Robinson’s Evolve Chair – made with Good Plastic panels from e-waste sources such as laptops and computer keyboards – is the subject of a Dezeen profile. Tom praises the organic-like texture of The Good Plastic Company’s Dark Knight pattern. Read about it here:

24 December 2020

New materials: Ocean Plastic

One more gift for Christmas: recycled ocean plastic, in collaboration with Norwegian Trash and Cutfab. These days we will all be familiar with several organisations that help to solve the plastic waste problem by collecting plastic from coastlines, sea-bound waterways, and oceans. However, until now the technology has been missing that allows it to be […]


Plastic is a very convenient material, but the qualities that make it suitable for applications such as packaging conflict with how it is used. 40% of plastic produced today is single-use, with a useful lifespan of just a few hours or days, but it takes hundreds of years to degrade after being discarded. We have to fundamentally rethink this throw-away culture.


of plastic has been re-used to date by The Good Plastic Company


current annual production capacity


of existing types of plastic can be remanufactured using our equipment

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