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Rocarecicla the second life of glass bottles shaped craft sustainable

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#RocaRecicla treat give a second life to glass bottles are emptied every day in the restaurant. In his workshop, Elena Portillo works to turn the bottles fantastic pieces of tableware, ready to give them a new use.

These pieces full of creativity and They are also sustainable are already available in physical stores Rocambolesc well as its online store shop.rocambolesc.com.

The hospitality industry consumes 48% of glass containers circulating in the Spanish market. He Celler de Can Roca, He is aware of it. Its cellar holds more than 40.000 bottles. "Only wine, They open a year 22.500 bottles ", Joseph tells “Pitu” Roca, responsible for the "Liquid Kitchen" El Celler and internationally renowned sommelier.

"All the raw materials we use in the kitchen makes us the nature and glass recycling can make a gesture toward her and try to give back everything that gives us, what is much", Add Jordi Roca. Under these assumptions the restaurant and his team have given life to rock Recicla, a project that takes a step beyond recycling proposing the transformation of the bottles Glass pieces are unusual tableware for restaurant.

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#RocaRecicla gives a second life to glass bottles emptied in the restaurant. In the workshop, Elena Portillo makes the bottles into pieces of fantastic dishes that can be used again. ##artesania creativity #sostenible Rocambolesc already available in stores and in our online shop shop.rocambolesc.com 😃 🎉 💚 🙏🏻 Joan Crous thanks for providing the germ of this project. 2 years later, is a reality. And thanks for train @lucirmas Elena! 💚 RocaRecicla gives a second life to glass bottles which empty restaurant. To the workshop, l’ Elena Portillo transforms bottles crockery that we can use again. #Creativity #artesania #sostenibilitat already available in stores and rocabros # @ rrroc from our online store shop.rocambolesc.com 😃 🎉 💚 #RocaRecicla gives a second life to the glass bottles we empty at the restaurant. In the #workshop, Elena Portillo transforms the bottles into fantastic new tableware we can use again. #creativity #craft #sustainable #LaMasia (I+R) #ElCellerDeCanRoca #RocaBrothers #RocaBros At @rrrocambolesc and online in Shop.rocambolesc.com 😃 🎉 💚

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rock Recicla; Discover our exclusive collection of dishes on our website and online store rocambolesc.com 😃 . The hospitality industry consumes 48% of glass containers circulating in the Spanish market. El Celler de Can Roca, He is aware of it. Its cellar holds more than 40.000 bottles. "Only wine, They open a year 22.500 good-tiles ", Pitu says Josep Roca, respon-Saber "Liquid Kitchen" El Celler and internationally renowned sommelier. "All the raw materials we use in the kitchen makes us the nature and glass recycling can make a gesture toward her and try to give back everything that gives us, what is much", Jordi added Roca. Under these assumptions the restaurant and his team have given life to Roca Recicla, a project that takes a step beyond recycling proposing the transformation of glass bottles in unusual tableware for restaurant. "We use creativity to give a second life to those bottles, turning waste into a useful and beautiful object, in the process involving people at risk of labor exclusion also have a second chance "explains Joan Roca. Such is the case of Elena Portillo, every morning approaches the restau-Rante to collect the bottles used the day before and take them to the shop-drio Annex VI to the farmhouse (I+R) outside the restaurant. This craft is the respon-cutting saber, polishing and the glass fusion gives new life to the crystals. A) Yes, the -of wine bottles, Water, cava, champagne, liquor, etc.-are reborn in his hands transformed into trays, dishes, glasses and original receptacles to be served at the restaurant some of the sweet creations, or liquid-das room of the Roca brothers. The idea is part of the upcycling or "suprareciclaje" under the slogan Reduce, Re-use, It aims to encourage recycling waste reduction through its creative reuse. #creativelifehappylife #creativitat #cellercanroca #rocabros #lamasiacellercanroca #rocarecicla

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#palaurobert #elcellerdecanro by #rocarecicl to the #vidr to #artalacu

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RocaRecicla is the new project of Roca brothers to be even more sustainable. My responsability inside this project has been and is organizing and managing the workshop and teaching Elena how to manage the glass, cut it and give it form… There’s much to discover in the post today! Check it out! Link in bio! ———- Roca Recicla es el nuevo proyecto del Celler de Can Roca para ser aun más sostenible. Mi responsabilidad dentro de este proyecto ha sido, y es, la de organizar y gestionar el taller, de definir la linea de diseño y formar a Elena en el manejo, corte y moldeado del vidrio… Hay mucho para descubrir en el post de hoy. Hechale un vistazo! Encuentras el link en la Bio! #recycle #recycling #upcycling #zerowaste #zerowastelifestyle #reducereuserecycle #gogreen #ecofriendly #reuse #reduce #rocarecicla #rocabrothers #naturelovers#nowaste #greenliving #bottle #savetheplanet #choosereuse #glass #upcycled #upcyclingglass #bottle #vidrio

Una publicación compartida por Beautiful Sustainable Glass (@lucirmas) el

2/2 Primeras piezas ~ First samples ~ Primeres peces Nuestro nuevo taller de reciclaje en La Masia (I+R) recicla para su re-utilización como vajilla en nuestro restaurante las botellas vacías que generamos. #RocaRecicla = #Creatividad + #ResiduoCero + #Sostenibilidad Our new recycling workshop at La Masia (I+R) recycles for its re-use the empty glass bottles we generate at our restaurant service. #RocaRecicla = #Creativity + #Zerowaste + #Sustainability El nostre nou taller de reciclatge a La Masia (I+R) recicla les ampolles de vidre que generem per al seu re-ús al restaurant en forma de vaixella. #RocaRecicla = #Creativitat + #RebuigZero + #Sostenibilitat #ElCellerDeCanRoca #RocaBrothers #UPCYCLING #ReduceReuseRecycle #ETABETA #JoanCrous @lucirmas #ElenaPortillo

Una publicación compartida por El Celler De Can Roca (@cellercanroca) el

“We can’t achieve zero waste without reuse” #reuse #rocarecicla #rocareciclaproject #atwork #zerowaste #upcycling #upcyclingglass #cellerdecanroca

Una publicación compartida por Beautiful Sustainable Glass (@lucirmas) el

“We can’t achieve zero waste without reuse” #reuse #rocarecicla #rocareciclaproject #atwork #zerowaste #upcycling #upcyclingglass #cellerdecanroca

Una publicación compartida por Beautiful Sustainable Glass (@lucirmas) el

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