Remix Plastic recycles plastic into beautiful, unique products. With local waste, Anthea Madill creates products that have a sustainable story - not only does this divert waste from landfill but also provides a way to engage people in a conversation around reducing single use plastic. She embeds concepts like kaitiakitanga and circular economy into her works.

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​Anthea is interested in all levels of the waste reduction conversation: government and policy, business and academic research, and individuals and households. Through her experiences in science, conservation, sustainability and living a zero waste lifestyle, Anthea business provides environmentally focused education throughout Aotearoa.

Anthea's project Remix Plastic reached over 500,000 people when Jacinda Ardern wore a pair of their recycled plastic Huia feather earrings. Breaking into a mainstream market with a sustainable product provided her an opportunity to educate consumers on environmental issues.

She has been featured in The Press and Stuff, 1News and RNZ. She is a Co-Secretary of Sustainable Ōtautahi Christchurch, a member of Science Communicators Association of New Zealand, Aotearoa Plastic Pollution Alliance, Zero Waste Network and Our World Underwater Scholarship Society Alumni.

Finalist Most Sustainable Business Project, Keep NZ Beautiful 2019
Finalist Communicating for Impact, Sustainable Business Network 2020