Plasticity London Breaking From Tradition


By Plasticity Forum


- Published on December 2, 2016 by Plasticity Forum




The future of a sustainable plastics industry rests on bold plans that involve ditching cheap manufacturing and rethinking the design of products, processes and business models. Rather than fuelling a throwaway society, industry works together to increase the value of resin materials by prolonging their usefulness in multiple cycles of reuse and remanufacture.


Calling for reinvention on a massive scale, a sustainable industry must look beyond recycling and radically reassess value systems. So says the Plasticity Forum, an organisation set up to give designers around the world the knowledge they need to feed circular thinking into their work with client brands and the new products

they develop.


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