Meet Polygood®

A versatile, high-end surface material made from 100% recycled & recyclable plastic, by The Good Plastic Company

A material that’s

100% GOOD

Polygood® panels are helping to conquer plastic pollution — proof that facades, flooring, displays, and other high-calibre design elements can be made from an eco-friendly, innovative, recycled material.

Panels with a colourful past

Polygood® patterns are inspired by their past lives as appliances, manufacturing components, or single-use plastic items. The neutral shades of refrigerators or the vivid colours of spools and tubes come to life in a range of patterns, each with its own unique story.

A material with meaning

Sustainability begins at the design phase. Our choice early on to use only tough recycled plastic materials when developing Polygood® panels resulted in a waste-free, durable design — fully recyclable at the end of its long lifespan. Recognised for its reduced environmental impact, selecting Polygood® is one way the architecture and design industry can in turn meet its own rigorous international environmental standards.

Who already uses Polygood®

What can you make with Polygood®?

Let your imagination run wild

Polygood® panels are stylish, long-lasting, lightweight, waterproof, and extremely versatile — a sustainable plastic material designed with both specifiers, designers, and architects and the circular economy in mind.

No project is too large

Polygood® is suitable for industrial-scale projects in architecture and design projects — from retail to hotels, universities to office spaces — all on short lead times. Even the largest orders can be replicated time and again, for consistency throughout the project.

Retail fixtures
Retail fixtures
Interior cladding
Interior cladding
Horizontal surfaces
Horizontal surfaces
Wet zones
Wet zones
Kitchens
Kitchens
Facades
Facades
Furniture
Furniture
Signage
Signage

Where can you experience Polygood®?

See it in action in a city near you.

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