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RECOVER E CAR FOR ENVISION RACING FORMULA E

recycled plastic formula e car

Commissioned by Envision Racing to create a replica of a Formula E race car made from single use plastic. Partnered with Kids Against Plastic who supplied two years worth of single use plastic from their home which they had been collecting. The project took over 700 hours to design and build and over 100kg of recycled plastic. Highlighting the issue around plastic pollution.

Three years since the European Parliament voted for a total ban on plastic cutlery, cotton buds, straws, drink stirrers and plates, Plastic Oceans estimates that 10 million tonnes of plastic are dumped into the oceans each year. Figures show the world produces more than 380 million tonnes of plastic annually, and up to 50% of that is for single use.

The Recover E initiative has engaged schools across the UK and aims to raise awareness of the issue of single use plastic on a global stage to accelerate change in the race against climate change.

The Recover E car is on show at COP26  at various locations around Glasgow during the 2 week event.

 

FORMULA E CAR MADEFROM PLASTIC
ENVISION RACE CAR
PLASTIC RACING CAR BY LAZERIAN
ENVISION FORMULA E CAR
recycled plastic formula e car
PLASTIC CAR
FORMULA E CAR MADE FROM RUBBISH
LIAM HOPKINS IN FRONT OF RECYCLED PLASTIC ART CAR
WORKHOP WITH RECYCLED CAR
RECYCLED PLASTIC RACING HELMET
RECYCLED PLASTIC WHEEL
PLASTIC FORMULA E CAR IN A WORKSHOP
ENVISION RACE CAR IN WORKSHOP
RECYCLED PLASTIC CAR
recycled plastic car
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