The Plastic Museum

Temporary installation that highlights the importance of plastic as a multipurpose material and its contribution to protecting the environment

What is the Plastic Museum?

The Plastic Museum is an initiative that we participate in, backed by the communications platform EsPlásticos, to raise awareness on the importance of recycling, the circular economy and sustainability.

It was designed as a temporary installation, exclusively built using plastic materials, across from the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, and on the 17th May 2021 it was completely reused on occasion of World Recycling Day.

SDGs

Sustainable Development Goals

SDGs

Sustainable Development Goals

Built using 100%

recyclable material

The Plastic Museum housed a selection of pieces made of this material, which are fundamental to life, and originate from such diverse fields as food, health, technology, mobility or agriculture.

These exhibition pieces showed the various reasons why plastics are essential for our society, and they provide efficient and sustainable solutions to resolve the environmental challenges of our time.

Within a circular economy context, acting responsibly and acquiring the proper means for correct management are key factors to making the most of the benefits of these products.

Our company goals with this ECOinitiative

The Armando Alvarez Group, as an active participant in this project, invited everyone to visit this modular-architecture museum that was made entirely of polymers, with a double purpose:

To raise awareness on the multiple uses of plastic in our daily life.

To invite people to reflect on subsequent uses in accordance with the demands made by our society within the context of a circular economy.

ECOinitiative included in the best practices of the United Nations Global Compact, which promotes sustainable development and corporate social responsibility.

Are you familiar with our

Sustainability Plan?

At the Armando Alvarez group we work on a circular model of plastics based on: sustainable purchases, ECOdesign, ECOsolutions, use and consumption, recycling and reintroduction to the value chain.

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Bales

Operation

Clean Sweep

Circular

Plastics Alliance

Earth

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