Miniwiz Re-Wine

Miniwiz Re-Wine


Miniwiz Re-Wine

Collect ‘em and win is kind of the literal concept behind Miniwiz Re-Wine, interlocking packaging for wine that can be re-purposed into a modular storage system—the garbage becomes the wine rack. Pretty cool trick. This is what Taipei-based upcycler Miniwiz does, find ways to turn unwanted industrial byproducts and consumer trash into new, high performance raw materials. Re-Wine is fabricated from Miniwiz Polli-Ber, a polymer made from agriculture waste like rice and barley husks, and recycled plastic, nano-mollecularly reinforced to make it stronger than average virgin plastic. Even better, it takes two-thirds less energy to manufacture, emits 40% less carbon during its lifecycle, and can be processed by all normal plastic manufacturing methods. Polli-Ber and other quite spectacular Miniwiz products, like Polli-Bricks and Rice Cement, are currently at work in a wide range of applications, doing their bit to fix the world. And deliver wine.

Miniwiz Re-Wine

Miniwiz Re-Wine

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