Transforming Plastic Waste in VanuatuRead More
Plastic Collective is excited to announce that we are partnering with NevHouse!
NevHouse was founded by Nev Hyman, an entrepreneur with a passion for surfing. With success in the surfboard industry, Nev is now giving back to communities around the world by providing sustainable housing.
Coffs Harbour Advocate - 22nd Sep 2016
A MARINE turtle that died after ingesting more than 15 types of plastic in Wooli River, gave local woman Louise Hardman the motivation and determination to do something about ocean debris.
Louise's current mission is to empower communities to clean up plastic materials from the Pacific Ocean coastlines. So she founded 'The Pacific Collective' - a business to produce machines that recycle, remould and repurpose plastic waste.Read More
ABC NEWS COFFS COAST - 20 Jun 2017
A sea turtle which died after ingesting huge amounts of plastic has been the genesis for an invention to help remove plastics from the world's oceans.Read More
GRAND PRIZE WINNER – Louise Hardman, The Pacific Collective.
passionate scientist, educator and now entrepreneur who has been working on creating ‘The Shruder’ over the past 18 months. The Shruder is a small scale, mobile plastic shredding and extruder all-in-one machine. The small scale and mobility of it allows it to be used in remote locations with a focus on the Pacific Island communities where waste plastics is a huge problem both from being washed up and also from post consumer waste. With the help of The Pacific Collective these communities will be able to take plastic waste and turn it into valuable products they can use themselves, or sell and create incomes.Read More
Kerry Hines interview Louise Hardman, the founder of The Pacific Collective, a brilliant Coffs Coast Eco Business trying to put an end to the amount of waste plastics in our environment, using new recycling methods.Read More