Founded in 2018, we are a group of designers and sustainability experts, passionate about making a positive difference.
We design, make, and sell products and services which support the circular economy.
We are passionate environmentalists, and we believe in following the science. We want to make a real difference.
Get in touch and we would love to talk about how we can work together to make a change.
Check out The Rubbish Project, where we work with recyclers and manufacturers to provide circular economy solutions which make true environmental sense. Our first product, The Rubbish Cup, is a 100% recycled plastic cup, which we collect and turn back into cups using a bespoke recycling system.
We can take rubbish and turn it into beautiful products using one of the largest 3D printers available, Colossus, designed specifically to work with recycled materials.
Our process takes waste plastics and turns them into pellets that can be used in the large format 3D printer. We design custom products that can be manufactured on the printer, on a huge scale. Use recycled pellets to turn your concept into reality using the latest technology
A key part to sustainability is communication. Connor Bryant, Co-founder & Director of Rubbish Ideas has spoken at IBTM world, Pride UK conference, Wincanton Waste Free & many more. With a focus on sustainability, our key topics are listed below.
At the Norwich Science Festival he made light of a slide deck that wouldn’t obey him, allowing us to see a glimpse of his focused personality. He held the attention of a packed conference room while acknowledging points made by previous speakers and the influence Jonathon Porritt had on him as a youngster.
In short Connor shows his dedication, courage and ambition when he speaks and he does it with humility and a sense of humour.
The Rotary eClub of Innovation was pleased to be able to connect with Connor and listen to his story. It inspired several of our members worldwide. In addition, he went down well at the Sustainability Forum that we arranged in Norwich as part of the Norwich Science Festival where he shared the stage with three other prominent leaders in the environment arena. His messages are clear, engaging and exciting, giving much food for thought to the large audience.
It is an honour to know Connor and I am sure he will continue to make his mark in the World.