We Enable Innovative Products

Plastix is proud to enable creative and innovative producers and designers to create sustainable and Green products. These are just some of the great products that have already now been launched, more to come!

Ocean75

DuraOcean Chair

By ScanCom

Mater Ocean chair

By Jørgen and Nanna Ditzel

R.U.M.

By Wehlers

Paradise Marine Recycled Kayak

By Odessey Innovation

BuddyBob

Meerschutzcreme

By Prowin

Body Bike OceanIX

By Body Bike

August

By Fischer Lighting

Sidepig

By Werkwaardig

KLP® 2-bench picnic table

By Lankhorst

Ocean Reader

By iZettle

Oceanis

By Araven

Maskinrens

By Rema1000

Ocean

By Fapil

How its made

Watch how some of the great products we enable are made.

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Ocean75

Turning one of the ocean’s biggest pollutants into stunning protective cases

The Ocean75 protective cellphone case is an ideal example of a circular product. Constructed from over 90% recycled plastic from the maritime industry, these cases are designed to be fully recyclable at their end of life. However, the sustainable design does not end with the product itself, as even the packaging has been designed for recyclability. 

Ocean Box

From Trawl to Box

Watch how a collaboration between Plastix and Schoeller Plast transformed obsolete and discarded fishing nets and trawls into new raw materials to cast a new plastic box – the Ocean Box. 

The aim was to make a box that performs as well as a box made of virgin plastic. 

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Paradise Marine Recycled Kayak

The world’s first kayak made from recycled marine waste 

Watch the great story behind the making of the Paradise Marine Recycled Kayak by Odyssey Innovation and Islander. A feat of remarkable ingenuity to develop a kayak made from discarded and obsolete fishing nets found in coastal areas, sent to Plastix for transformation into plastic pellets to cast  into beautiful kayaks that could sail out and collect more plastic waste. A perfect cycle. 

DuraOcean

Doing Business the Right Way

Tackling a worldwide issue, LifestyleGarden presents the DuraOcean chair, an innovative product development that is breaking new ground by utilising ocean plastic waste such as recycled fishing nets, ropes and debris collected from the oceans, to create the world’s first commercially available chair made with ocean debris, setting the benchmark for sustainable material usage and design.

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PLASTIX TRANSFORMS TRASH TO TREASURE
Last week PLASTIX announced our collaboration with The Ocean Cleanup in their project to turn plastic from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch into raw material.

For a project such as this, the recycling process is vital in transforming trash to treasure, and we are flattered in having been singled out to do this tough job!

PLASTIX concentrates on preventive action against ocean plastic by sourcing post-use maritime fibres at their source. However, we have now for the first time proven that ghost nets retrieved from the ocean, can be transformed into valuable raw material in fully traceable externally audited process.

Take a closer look at how PLASTIX supported The Ocean Cleanup team throughout this step in their Plastic Journey.

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FROM THE GREAT PACIFIC TO LEMVIG
PLASTIX is proud to have been an integral part of The Ocean Cleanup’s amazing Plastic Journey.

We have successfully recycled their plastic collected from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to plastic granulate at our factory in Lemvig, Denmark.

From waste to raw material, through collaborations for a sustainable future.

More details on this extraordinary journey to follow soon.

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2 months ago

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DANSKE FORBRUGERE VIL HAVE BÆREEDYGTIGE HVERDAGSPRODUKTER

Det viser reaktionerne på REMA1000's fantastiske hverdagsprodukt, hvor emballagen er produceret af PLASTIX’s ”GRØNNE PLAST” fra brugte fiskenet, der ellers ville være endt i havet eller sendt på landdeponi.

REMA1000's produkt omtales som ”uperfekt”, men her hos PLASTIX ser vi det som det perfekte produkt, netop fordi vi som forbrugere får en stemme.

Hver gang vi køber et produkt sætter vi en stemme med vores valg – DERFOR start med at vælge bæredygtige hverdagsprodukter, emballage produceret af genanvendt plast, som kan genanvendes om og om igen.
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DANSKE FORBRUGERE VIL HAVE BÆREEDYGTIGE HVERDAGSPRODUKTER  Det viser reaktionerne på REMA1000s fantastiske hverdagsprodukt, hvor emballagen er produceret af PLASTIX’s ”GRØNNE PLAST” fra brugte fiskenet, der ellers ville være endt i havet eller sendt på landdeponi.  REMA1000s produkt omtales som ”uperfekt”, men her hos PLASTIX ser vi det som det perfekte produkt, netop fordi vi som forbrugere får en stemme.  Hver gang vi køber et produkt sætter vi en stemme med vores valg – DERFOR start med at vælge bæredygtige hverdagsprodukter, emballage produceret af genanvendt plast, som kan genanvendes om og om igen.

4 months ago

Plastix A/S

A GREENER FUTURE FOR GREENLAND AND THE WORLD
PLASTIX is proud to have been a part of this amazing pilot project with WWF Denmark and Kommuneqarfik Sermersooq, Greenland in 2018-2020.
The project was designed to identify opportunities for Greenland to be part of a new, circular economy, by testing whether old fishing nets left from the dump in Nuuk could be recycled and turned into new, green plastic.
Now, after the project’s successful completion, WWF Denmark has produced this short film in order to share the story and to inspire others to follow in the same footsteps towards a sustainable future.

Speak by singer Julie Berthelsen and produced by Simply Studio, Copenhagen.

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EN GRØNNERE FREMTID FOR GRØNLAND OG VERDEN
PLASTIX er en del af dette fantastiske projekt med verdensnaturfonden WWF Danmark og Kommuneqarfik Semersooq, Grønland i 2018-20.
Projektets formål er at identificere Grønlands muligheder for at blive en del af en ny cirkulær økonomi, ved at teste om gamle fiskenet fra et affaldsdepot i Nuuk kan genbruges og omdannes til ny grøn plast.
Efter projektets succesrige gennemførelse har Verdensnaturfonden Danmark produceret denne korte video for at dele historien og inspirere andre til at følge i de samme fodspor hen imod en bæredygtig fremtid.

Filmen speakes af sanger Julie Bertelsen og er produceret af Simply Studio i København.

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