PROJECT PLASTIC 2021 - our project competition for engineering studens

PROJECT PLASTIC is a competition organized by the Danish Plastics Federation to celebrate students who work with plastic materials in new and innovative ways. The deadline is February 11th, 2022.

Have you done or are you currently working on a plastic-themed project as a part of your engineering degree? Then you can sign up for PROJECT PLASTIC 2021 (the deadline is in 2022).

New deadline: You can register your project until February 11th, 2022. Register in Danish or English.

Register for PROJECT PLASTIC 2021 here!

Assignments/projects on bachelor’s or master’s level are welcome, and there are no requirements regarding the number of ECTS.

Win up to DKK 25.000:

1st prize: 25.000 DKK

2nd prize: 10.000 DKK

3rd prize: 5.000 DKK

About PROJECT PLASTIC

PROJECT PLASTIC is a project competition for engineering students and students with other relevant academic degrees (e.g. design, construction, environmental planning, sustainability, innovation, chemistry, production) who have done or are about to do a plastic-themed project as a part of their studies.

The competition is administered by the Danish Plastics Federation (Plastindustrien).

All projects are assessed by a judges committee set up by the Danish Plastics Federation based on the following criteria:

  • To what extent is the use of plastics optimal?
  • To what degree is the project operationally realistic?
  • What is the academic level like?

Read more about the assessment criteria here.

2020 1st place: ’RackBox – Transportation of TVs for service’

By: Thien Quang Tran and Anton Malmkjær Møller, Industrial Design, Aalborg University.

RackBox helps electronics companies such as Elgiganten, POWER, and Bilka and their warehouse employees by reducing the use of disposable plastics and the need for harmful working positions. RackBox provides a holistic solution for electronic retail stores, strengthening their green profiles, improving the work environment, and cutting down the expenses for single-use packaging, and finally reducing the carbon footprint.

Read about the other finalists here.