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The Mix Two Colors Hard Recycled Sheets

The Mix Two Colors Hard Recycled Sheets

Regular price EGP 320.00
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Made from HDPE/PP recycled plastics collected from the Nile river by local fishermen in Egypt. Current sheet dimensions: 70 cm x 50 cm. Each sheet is a unique piece. 


The plastic bottle caps are sorted from the plastic collected by the fishermen that collaborate with VeryNile. They go through 2 cycles of washing and are then shredded and melted and pressed to create those sheets.


Our colors are limited based on the colors of plastic bottles we sort from the waste collected from the Nile. However, with the mixes we make, we customize the design to fit your needs!


Easy to cut using CNC or carpentry tools and machines. Minimize ant finishing like polishing to avoid any micro-plastics. Easy to clean surface.


Current sheet dimensions is 70 cm x 50 cm
110 cm x 190 cm will be available soon

Thicknesses available are: 0.1 cm, 0.2 cm, 0.5 cm, 1 cm, 1.5 cm and 2 cm


You can customize:
-The colors and their mix from the available bottle cap colors: Blue, light blue, yellow, greish white, red and orange
-The size from 0.1 cm, 0.2 cm, 0.5 cm, 1 cm, 1,5 cm or 2 cm

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All you can imagine!

You can make everything with this hard material, from table tops to stools to decorative tiles!
You can also force cut to any product!

  • Guranteed durability and longer life-span to plastic bags

     We promise that this product made from up-cycled plastic would be your companion for at least 400 days. To keep this guarantee  we encourage you to return the product if it depreciates in any way and we will fix it for minimal costs or replace it or give you a voucher🌻 Follow refund policy procedures for your guarantee.

  • Human-centered process

    Co-created, co-designed and co-crafted in a kind environment that engages the women of Qursaya Island. Where local hand-crafts are integrated with an up-cycling twist and customization is endless ⛵️