Boomplastic: Płyty i produkty wykonane w 100% z recyklingu /// Sheets and products made of 100% recycled material



Masuria is a minimalist bench for public spaces, made of unusual waste – polypropylene binder twines contaminated with organic reed waste.

The concept was born from the need to use waste from polypropylene binder twines, which are used by a family company producing reed mats (Phragmates australis). Masuria solves the problem of post-production waste that is no longer accepted for recycling due to organic fragments included in it.
By using them to produce plastic sheets, we create new value by changing local perceptions of waste: from polluting waste to a useful resource. The second life we give plastic can lead to another one, because all design elements are recyclable.
The Masuria bench made of plastic waste collected at Naturalex in Masuria was created by Dorota Balewicz and Marta Orszt in cooperation with Adam Krzemiński from Boomplastic.

The project was presented and received a distinction at the exhibition of the finalists of the Guiltless Plastic Rossana Orlandi 2021 competition in Milan and Doha, Qatar.

Decorative panels

On the walls of the iPS Team headquarters there are panels made of plastic caps, regranulates and… fishing nets caught from the Baltic Sea!


Ale Kino! trophies

Creative trophies designed and manufactured for International Ale Kino! Festiwal. Made of 100% recycled plastic.



The bench that brings people together – Circula – is made of recycled materials. A version of MARE can be seen at the Holon Museum in Israel.