Making Roof Tiles From Recycled Plastics

This video featuring Britanica Tiles shows the process of turning discarded mixed plastic waste into roofing tiles. Hard and soft plastics are shredded and mixed with sand to create the necessary consistency to be pressed into tile molds. The resulting product is a durable, functional and sustainable alternative roofing option.

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8 Responses

  1. Anders Frank says:

    I am interested in a small plant were we can use waste plastic to roofing tiles in Liberia? Can someone send me information please

  2. Naeem says:

    need to know the price for a plant to produce roof tiles with recycled plastic

  3. Hi we have a building construction company in South Africa,Johannesburg and would like to know who we could approach with regards to setting up a factory to produce building materials out of recycled plastic.we ve watched the britanica tiles video with Robert tildesley and are very interested in this application of recycled plastic thanks Donnalee mccallum

  4. Jithin JOSE says:

    Hi, I am working with renewable energy products in Kerala, India and I would like to know more about processing plant and machines. Would like to start a plant in India. Can you please provide the details and help me to start.

    Awaiting your kind reply.

  5. Rosie L. says:

    Hi! I am in the USA, looking to pursue this particular recycled plastic and sand technique for a personal project, where would one start in such an endeavor?

  6. Selina says:

    Hi, please what kind of machines can be use for this production process for a small plant and how much? Also can you recommend where it is available? I’m in Ghana.

  7. I am looking to mfg such tile ib srilanka .can i goy infomation of machines etc

  8. Francis Bilson-Ogoe says:

    I am interested in the britanica rooftile project. we have the same problem of plastic waste in ghana and I would need your help to establish a small plant here to deal with the situation.

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