- story by MaterialDistrict
Recycled shell from the fishing industry. 6 to 8 million metric tons of shell waste gets generated by the food industry every year. Most of this ends up in landfill.
Molelk is a composite material that is made of seafood waste. This new material gives waste a new lease of life on land, not in landfill.
With its subtle, soft, muted tones it works as a natural aggregate with neutral or bright base colours, making it a perfect material for small or large-scale surfaces such as table tops and furniture.