Your plastic collected is recycled and transformed into beautiful products or useful new raw material.
Your plastic collected is recycled and transformed locally in your neighbourhood or town.
The Precious Plastic Collection System want you to be more educated about plastic and its recycling opportunities.
Your collected plastic creates a local recycling economy helping people around you to make money recycling.
Precious Plastic Collection System is run by people that care about the planet, not by profit driven organisations.
Less than 9% of your collected plastic gets recycled, mostly gets burned, buried or shipped oversee hoping for the best.
Your collected plastic is shipped multiple times across the planet increasing its CO2 footprint.
Current recycling systems tend to encourage a throw away culture.
Current recycling systems indirectly costs you a money as state-run subsidies as they are financially unsustainable.
Current recycling systems are currently run by big companies whose only interest is to make more profit.
By recycling and using the Precious Plastic Collection System your plastic will be transformed in beautiful products.
Follow these simple steps and start tackling plastic waste at home.
Collection Points are spaces run by people in your community or neighbourhood that accepts plastic waste to be recycled in the Precious Plastic Universe.
It's important to get in contact and maybe visit the Collection Point near you to learn which types of plastic they accept and what are their opening hours.
It's important to collect clean, label-free plastic that can actually be recycled in the Precious Plastic network. Watch this video to learn how to best prepare your plastic for recycling.
Now you know what plastic type your local Collection Point accepts and how to prepare it. It's time to start gathering your clean, label-free plastic at home or office and start real recycling.
*When possible try to buy a plastic-free option, always better than recycling :)
Once you've gathered enough clean plastic it's time to get it to the Collection Point to start its recycling journey. Find out if the Collection Point near you offers home pick up or if you have to drop it off yourself.