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230 students, 16 teachers, 3 machines

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Sarah Owen stemsaints

230 students, 16 teachers, 3 machines

02/09/2019 at 04:58

Afternoon All
We are St Augustine’s College in Sydney and for our STEM program we are eagerly looking to improve the way we manage waste plastic here on the Northern Beaches. We have spent time gathering waste plastic from our own homes and local environment and we are ready to process it. We have invested in the Precious Plastics machinery and would like to produce a wall covering out of the hexagonal tiles to raise awareness in our local community.
We are struggling with turning a huge part of our collection (plastic water bottles and milk containers) into usable tiles – temperatures / techniques/ combinations to do this effectively would be hugely appreciated.
Thanks very much for your time
Year 7 STEM class at Saints

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warrior
02/09/2019 at 16:15
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Looks like you have a good group of workers there.
The PP download kit https://preciousplastic.com/en/videos/download.html has some basic instructions for starting point temperatures for different plastics. Start with something easy like HDPE.
Be aware of the fume issues and if you can set up the hot machines outdoors.

Oh yeah, they probably should take off the ties when working the shredder….

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25/03/2020 at 17:46
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Hi I was wondering how your project is coming along? I was wondering with what are you sticking the plastic tiles to the wall/floor.

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