Planet Earth is choking on plastic, and makers must do their part to help. Check out these 3D printer filament recycler options!
3D printing doesn't have to be wasteful! Learn about PLA recycling, composting, and how to reduce waste with other materials like PETG.
Upcyle a plastic water bottle into a home for your flowers, using an elegant 3D printed vase by designer Libero Rutilo.
By 2050, there is predicted to be more plastic in the ocean by weight than fish. Learn about the institutions and organizations taking a stand.
WoeLab is a startup in Togo, Africa, which created a 3D printer using e-waste and is now providing schools with similar 3D printers too.
From soda can to happy plant: 3D Printed Campbell Planter turns cans and bottles into a chic, self-watering planter.
The international waste-to-product company, Renewi, and Dutch recycling filament specialist, Refil, are collaborating to create a high-quality HIPS filament that is made from recycled refrigerators.
Based in Rotterdam, Print your City! is an ongoing research project to turn plastic waste into functional, tough, 3D printed urban furniture.
We have to admit, we’re biased when it comes to 3D printing. So our bets have been placed on the 3D printed cart at the Bangalow Billy Cart Derby in New South Wales, Australia, this year.
In what could be a major ecological breakthrough, scientists have accidentally invented a mutant enzyme that likes to feast on PET plastic.
Now there's a 3D printer on the International Space Station, Made in Space and Braskem are exploring ways for recycling 3D printed plastic.
Next year, the International Space Station will receive the Refabricator, the first machine to mix recycling and 3D printing into one process.
3D printed art installation in collaboration with Sir David Attenborough replaces traditional Xmas tree at Aqua Shard restaurant in London.
Why not try 3D printing with garbage? Landfillament is a trash-based 3D printing filament made using upcycled Municipal Solid Waste (MSW).
Dutch initiative "Precious Plastics" have created great tools to recycle waste plastic. And the best: The tools are open source. Free 3D printing filament, anyone?
Belgian designers propose a new concept in watchmaking that's 3D printed, stylish, and fully recyclable. Meet the Monicker Watch.