HOW WE BAKE A UNIQUE BOARD

IN ABOUT 2 HOURS TIME

1.

COLLECTING THE CAPS
All plastic caps used in WasteBoards are recycled waste. They are collected at music festivals where plastic waste is a mayor issue. Or fished from the Amsterdam canals by Plastic Whale, the first professional plastic fishing company.

2.

STUFFING THE MOULD 
We can create different designs by placing the caps in any particular orders in the mould. Take a look at in our store or at Facebook to get an impression.

3.

BAKING THE BOARD 
Every WasteBoard is unique. While heating the plastic caps in the oven they melt in any direction they please. But due to our special baking process the bottle caps remain clearly visible.

4.

ASSEMBLY 
The plastic caps are melted and pressed in a massive aluminum mould weighing 70 kgs. Both parts of the mould are screwed together by the sheer muscle force of our dedicated WasteBoard bakers. After cooling off we can take out the new board and proudly place it next to its brothers and sisters.

WASTEBOARD BAKERY

BAKING BOARDS ON THE SPOT

THE WORLDS FIRST MOBILE BOARD BAKERY
With our WasteBoards Bakery we are able to bake WasteBoards at festivals and events. And not just in The Netherlands, but also abroad. The first festival we visited was Amsterdam Open Air 2016.

INSPIRING PEOPLE
The plastic caps used in the WasteBoards Bakery come directly from the festival or event. Baking boards on the spot has proven to be a fantastic opportunity to inspire people and to connect with the audience.