= DIY, open-source, small scale plastic workshop that can globally scale
"This project is a set of plastic machines, developed to set up a small scale plastic workshop. The machinery is based on general industrial techniques, but designed to build yourself. The machine is easy to use and made to work with recycled plastic. Whilst this entire project is still in development, the machines are shared open source online and improved by the community."
A plan that will allow people, anywhere in the world to transform plastic waste into valuable things.
1. Develop Machines
For the past two years we have been developing machines to recycle plastic waste, locally.
2. Share, for free
The machines are developed using basic tools and materials. We share all the blueprints open source online. This way people around the world can re-build them.
3. Spread the know-how
In order to build these machines people need to know that the blueprints are available. We need to spread the know-how in every corner of the world.
Once the machines are build people can start experimenting, creating and producing new products from their local plastic waste.
5. Clean up
The primary goal is to recycle as much plastic as we possibly can. This would clean up our shared environment, improve living conditions and possibly create financial value!
An important aspect of the project is to create a world wide community of like-minded plastic savers. People working for a cleaner future, sharing knowledge, helping each other and collaborating." (http://preciousplastic.com/plan/)