Machines Let Local Citizens Upcycle Their Own Plastics

Machines Let Local Citizens Upcycle Their Own Plastics
technology

Dave Hakkens has developed a number of machines that recycle plastic and let people create new products locally.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 october 2013

Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Dave Hakkens has developed machines that recycle plastic and let people create new usable products locally. He believes plastic is one of the most precious materials on earth as it is lightweight, strong, easy to shape and great to recycle.

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