Bring your own waste
We love plastic waste. If you don't, reach out.
WE FACILITATE THE ENTIRE PROCESS FROM HANDLING YOUR PLASTIC WASTE TO THE FINAL CIRCULAR PRODUCT.
- We identify your plastic waste including plastic type, volume and other materials
- We discuss the opportunities of recycling
- Cleaning and sorting of plastic types
- Processing plastic waste for production
- Guaranteeing 100 pct. traceability
- We do not add colours, chemicals or resin to our products
- Product designed in collaboration with you
- Products produced in Denmark
We collect again
- We take back the products and remold them
Through collaboration, SMALLrevolution, space designer Laika, and Novo Nordisk have co-created a spacious plant box tailored for Novo Nordisk.
This versatile plant box is well-suited for office spaces, hotels, and can even be positioned outdoors in parks or playground areas.
Created in collaboration with Velux, this 100% circular desk uses plastic waste from the Velux test center in Skjern, Denmark.
The Home Office desk is a multifunctional, 100% circular office staple designed for flexible use in small spaces. Intended to be used upright as a desk during virtual meetings, and as a display outside work hours, Home Office presents a sustainable piece of furniture of the future.
Another example of the art of the possible. Repurposing instead of disposal.
In late summer 2021, we partnered with the Danish soccer club AGF. Together, we breathed new life into the stadium's plastic waste generated from their cleaning products.
Now, soccer fans can sit on circular stools in the fan zone, showcasing our commitment to environmental responsibility and resourcefulness.
In 2019, SMALLrevolution and Amager Ressourcecenter initiated a collaborative pilot project centered on recycling and upcycling household waste.
Approximately 200 kilograms of household waste from the municipality of Copenhagen were processed by SMALLrevolution, resulting in the creation of vibrant and imaginative Annie products.
The success of the pilot underscored the potential of repurposing unclean household waste, emphasizing that plastic waste is a valuable resource worthy of upcycling,
rather than being relegated to landfills or incineration.
In 2021, smallrevolution gave new life to old sunscreen lotion tubes from Rudolph Care.
We created displays for their products, which played a big part of their visual story-telling. By repurposing and upcycling their own plastic waste, they were able to communicate directly to their end-consumers about their sustainability efforts and mission to compact virgin plastic
In collaboration with Danish company, Hairlust, we have created new limited edition colours.
Mabel, Wangari, and Sigrid42 in purple, pink, and orange are made from 100% recycled hair care packaging.
The partnership between both companies started in 2022, aiming to push the boundaries for a sustainable agenda.