Recycled sea plastic made into floor tiles and a boat

After seeing tonnes of plastic littering a beach in Senegal, a young entrepreneur has started a business turning the waste into flooring tiles and panels, creating jobs in both France and Senegal.

Marius Hamelot launched La Sasminimum as a circular economy business to use HDPE material to create useful objects from the 98million tonnes of plastic that is not recycled each year.

That led to ...

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