Michael Montondon is the founder and CEO of Bags Into Beds, an organization that upcycles plastic waste into comfy mattresses and pillows.
Each luxury tote is made with 98 single-use plastic bags.
You’d never know Cheryl Hayes pieces were ever tires to begin with.
A 20-year-old is turning plastic bags into sleeping mats for people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles.
Nzambi Matee is the 29-year-old inventor bringing sustainable building to Kenya.
Polina Cherpovitskaya uses leftover plastics from a 3D printing studio to make new materials.
ByBlocks are made of compressed plastic scraps and they’re even stronger than concrete bricks.