Clear and translucent black acrylic shard panel for custom materials


An artisan recycled material

Sustainable Luxury

Embodying Midton’s steadfast commitment to sustainability, “Remade – Rarity” emerges as an impressive testament to our dedication to combining high-end quality with a reduced environmental footprint.

Rarity, Midton’s opulent recycled material, distinguishes itself from conventional circular products. While most materials begin from mechanically ground granulate, Rarity’s creation process follows a unique approach.

The Artistic Process

This material’s journey commences with waste acrylic blocks that undergo hand-recycling. The outcome is a collection of fragments, akin to jagged stones or exquisite gems. This artisanal handcrafting process guarantees the individuality of each piece.

To further amplify Rarity’s captivating appeal, our craftsmen skillfully blend these shards using an array of coating and pigmentation methods. The result is a material that is both visually stimulating and distinct. “Remade – Rarity” reinvigorates abandoned acrylic, transforming it into relics that pay homage to the marvels of nature and human resourcefulness.

Applications and Customisation

As the preeminent choice for applications requiring substance and depth, we recommend casting Rarity into forms or panels beginning at 35mm thickness. These proportions highlight the material’s mesmerising complexity while minimising post processing and waste generation. The substantial thickness of our Rarity range imparts a luxurious depth to any design, positioning Rarity as the focal point of your most visionary creations.

Our commitment to excellence also encompasses custom-tailored solutions. Should your vision necessitate thicker or more complex moulds, we welcome the challenge with open arms.

Explore “Remade – Rarity”, experiencing firsthand the allure of recycled luxury. Each Rarity piece encapsulates a narrative of resurgence and rejuvenation, mirroring our conviction that sustainability and unparalleled beauty can coexist. Uncover the grace of Rarity and join our quest to redefine the boundaries of eco-conscious artistry.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Recycled Acrylic

What is recycled acrylic, and how is it different from traditional acrylic?

Recycled acrylic is a sustainable variant of acrylic that is made from post-consumer or post-industrial waste acrylic. It undergoes a careful process of cleaning, sorting, and transforming the waste into usable granulate. Unlike traditional acrylic, which is made from raw materials, recycled acrylic helps reduce waste and conserves resources, making it an eco-friendly choice.

How are products manufactured using recycled acrylic?

The manufacturing process starts by collecting and processing waste acrylic. The sorted waste is then cleaned, shredded, and transformed into granulate. This recycled acrylic granulate is carefully mixed with a tinted, opaque binder of pure PMMA to create a unique blend of color and depth. The resulting material is then moulded or fabricated into various products, such as sheets, panels, or even intricate designs, using cutting-edge techniques and machinery.

What are the environmental benefits of using recycled acrylic?

Using recycled acrylic contributes to significant environmental benefits. By diverting waste acrylic from landfills and repurposing it, we reduce the strain on natural resources and decrease energy consumption. Recycling acrylic also helps mitigate carbon emissions associated with the production of new acrylic. By choosing products made with recycled acrylic, you actively participate in promoting a circular economy and reducing the ecological footprint.

Can recycled acrylic be recycled again at the end of its lifecycle?

Certainly! Recycled acrylic has the remarkable advantage of being fully recyclable at the end of its useful life. Once the product made with recycled acrylic reaches the end of its lifecycle, it can be collected, processed, and transformed into granulate once again. This closed-loop recycling process ensures that recycled acrylic can be reused repeatedly, minimising waste and promoting sustainability throughout its lifecycle.

How does the use of recycled acrylic contribute to a circular economy?

The use of recycled acrylic promotes a circular economy by closing the loop on the material’s lifecycle. Instead of discarding waste acrylic, it is collected, processed, and transformed into new products. This reduces the demand for raw materials and minimises waste, fostering a more sustainable and efficient system where resources are continually reused and recycled.