Polygood: a visible
commitment to sustainability

Polygood is a distinctive surface material made by The Good Plastic Company from 100% recycled plastic.

Polygood panels

The sustainable advantages of this material are equalled by its aesthetics. Each pattern has its own unique back-story. Polygood panels are produced from a wide range of post-consumer and post-industrial plastic waste sources, from refrigerators to single-use cutlery, electronics and industrial consumables.

Wall panels and shelving, retail counters and displays, signage and storage: each store, hotel reception or office space can give new life to up to 5-10 tonnes of recycled plastic – the perfect combination of style and sustainability.

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Truly sustainable

100% recycled and 100% recyclable, with a take-back and remanufacturing programme

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Upcycling approach

Made from a single type of plastic to ensure circularity

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Largest panel size available on the market

Our standard panel size is 1400x2800mm, and we can deliver oversized panels that reach 4m2

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Available in industrial volumes

We can supply projects requiring hundreds of square metres of material

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Lead time

Large stock of standard patterns maintained, or made to order in 2-3 weeks

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Superior quality

Made from hard plastics with high stiffness, Polygood panels are durable, waterproof, and hygienic

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Easy to work with

Can be CNC routed, polished, sanded, thermoformed, drilled, glued etc.

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Cutting service

Based on your requirements

25 October 2022

Earth-friendly style: Foot Locker store on the Champs-Elysées, Paris

Foot Locker inaugurated a new store on one of the world’s most prestigious avenues, the Champs-Elysées in Paris, setting new standards for sustainable design and modern retail concepts. Patterns: Foot Locker (Bespoke). Our environmentally friendly, 100% recycled, and 100% recyclable Polygood panels were used in the interior design, demonstrating the brand’s commitment to sustainability. To […]

25 October 2022

Polygood for eyewear brand Jimmy Fairly

The eco-conscious French eyewear brand Jimmy Fairly knows a real deal about recycling. All of their new stores in Paris feature a unique Polygood pattern called Mix, which was created especially for them. This unique pattern contains cutoffs from Polygood panels, which have been completely utilized thanks to this initiative! There are remnants of refrigerators, […]

11 July 2022

Karl Lagerfeld boutique – fashion retail store fittings

While many fashion brands promote the principle of environmental sustainability through their products, they have a challenge to embed it in other areas of their operations. What is more, solutions to environmental issues should be engaging, visible, and understandable to consumers. Boutique shoppers are unlikely to read a corporate sustainability report – they need to […]

Manufacturing

Our production facilities are located in Europe

Netherlands, Almere
Ukraine, Chernivtsi

In addition to its technological advantages, the efficiency of our equipment and its pragmatic design mean that we can scale up globally in a more nimble way than traditional manufacturers. Vertical integration and constant investment in R&D ensure that we stay ahead of the curve and produce the highest quality products.

406000kg

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

67200m2

current annual production capacity

0kg

of CO2 is emitted during our production process

Where do you source your recycled plastic raw material?

We partner with large recycling centres all over Europe that collect and sort plastics in order to ensure a high-quality and reliable supply of material. They work both with post-consumer and post-industrial plastics. We and our suppliers have procedures to ensure that we can guarantee the composition of our products to our clients. Because our suppliers are large-scale recyclers, we have the opportunity to produce our products consistently over time and in high volumes.

Where are your factories?

We have two factories: in the Netherlands and Ukraine. In Ukraine we have a big hub that produces our largest panels in high volumes, while in the Netherlands we conduct R&D and produce our smaller panels. We are able to produce more than 1,000 tonnes of recycled plastic panels per year, meeting industrial-scale demand.

What types of clients do you work with?

We work with many types of client, including designers and architects, fabricators, and commercial customers. Among our clients are dozens of global brands in retail, hospitality, and food service, with projects ranging from one-off boutiques through to international multi-site installations. Our panels are used in variety of projects to create distinctive, sustainable furniture and interior/exterior design elements including fixtures, wall cladding and displays, shelves, stands, frames and much more. In addition to retail and hospitality applications, our material features in many other environments such as offices, universities and public spaces.

Can you supply in high volumes for global roll-out projects?

We are currently able to supply materials for 200-500m2 projects within 2-3 weeks. We continue to increase our production capacity in line with growing demand for sustainable materials. Our in-house designed and produced manufacturing equipment enables us to scale up to continue to provide flexible short lead times.