The pink recycled plastic soap dish by Müll Club in London
64 grams of recycled plastic disguised as a soap dish!
This blend of plastics has been put together with the Vanish tubs and yoghurt pots used by the people of Brockley, South East London. These soap dishes come in a mixture of pink, orange, yellow with a touch of blue.
Each soap dish is the equivalent to approximately two large milk bottles worth of plastic.
Whilst the Zig Zag shape is stunning, it was chosen for practical reasons too: this design will hold your soap above the draining water, keeping it as dry as possible, ensuring your soap lasts.
Every dish is made by hand from a mixture of plastic waste recycled by Müll. In this way each will be slightly different and unique to you. The images are an example - every dish we make has slightly different markings.
Every purchase supports Müll's mission to recycle directly from the community, within the community. Reducing the mileage from this London community's waste and ensuring it doesn't join the 2/3 of plastic waste that is shipped overseas. Müll can guarantee that all of the plastic sent to us is recycled.
Müll Club is an independent recycling business in South London. Müll transforms trash into treasure. Find out more about their activism and products here.