We would like to thank the Rhyl Town Council Mayor, his Consort and members of Denbighshire County Council for starting off the plastic recycling project by pressing the button on the new plastic shredding machine.
The programme of 3D printing and recycling activities has been supported by Gwynt y Mor Community Fund, Innogy Renewables UK Ltd through the Rhyl Community Partnership and the GREGGS Foundation. The programme is managed by G2G Communities CIC and it has also contributed to the funding of this community project.
We were also extremely pleased to have pupils from Christchurch CP School present on the day. They were learning about plastic recycling and assisted the Mayor and his Consort by identifying the correct plastics that could be recycled.
We would like to extend our thanks to all organisations that have supported us to develop this programme, if any Business or organisation would like to discuss sponsorship opportunities or other support they could offer we would be pleased to hear from them, contact or call 01745 350765.
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The 3D Printing Centre, 3D Pen Art & Design programme and recycling are now up and running and supporting Schools in North Wales. We hope to develop the programme further in the future to involve more Schools, parents, home educators, organisations and others to highlight the importance of recycling and how recycled plastic could be used to produce usable objects using 3D printing.
We would also like to thank our staff for putting in so much effort into this programme and supporting the Schools and pupils – find out more by clicking a button below.
Watch the Photographs from the Launch
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We’re very grateful to him for all the time and effort he put into making this machine, find out more and be sure to follow Singular MARS.
Click below to see the photographs of the Plastic Shredder Under Construction.