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'Back to Nature' Sees Plastic Waste Ecologically Repurposed

 - Nov 3, 2016
References: andreamangone & yankodesign
Plastic waste is quickly becoming one of the biggest problems on the planet, so the 'Back to Nature' recycled plastic products would see the waste repurposed into something unexpected.

Many brands and designers are using plastic waste to make products for humans to use, but 'Back to Nature' is a conceptual collection of products for nature. A bird feeder, a beehive and a flower pot are within the 'Back to Nature' collection and utilizes high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and low-density polyethylene (LDPE) to be created.

The 'Back to Nature' recycled plastic products are the design work of Andrea Mangone and identifies how we can turn our waste into something that nature can actually benefit from. This could help to make urban locations more welcoming to other species of animals and insects.