No Waste Ukraine – sorting station
Name: No Waste Ukraine – sorting station
Customer: No Waste Ukraine
Objective: The aim of the project was to design and implement an innovative waste sorting capsule in Kyiv, Ukraine. This capsule serves as a groundbreaking solution for housing estates and business centres, with the aims of promoting sustainability and contributing to environmental conservation. The project emphasises the principles of the ‘5 Rs’ (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose, and Recover) to minimise waste generation and maximise resource efficiency.
Impact: The sorting capsule, creatively converted from a shipping container, embodies the principle of sustainability. It functions as a centralised recycling and sorting facility, providing a convenient and efficient way for individuals and businesses to dispose of waste responsibly. Using upcycling principles, the capsule demonstrates the transformation of discarded materials into valuable resources. The interior ceiling design of this capsule is made from Polygood panels, in a bespoke Translucent White (#PS1704) pattern made from old CD cases and spools.
The Good Plastic Company was pleased to support the No Waste Ukraine social project by providing Polygood panels free of charge.
Name: LUSH Bern Customer: LUSH Industry: Retail Country: Switzerland Objective: The aim of the project was to create a new LUSH store in Bern, Switzerland, prioritising sustainable and ethical practices. The focus was on incorporating Polygood panels into the shop’s interior design. The result is an attractive and warm space that perfectly showcases LUSH’s collection […]