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Bonjour la compagnie,

Voici environ 1 mois que j'utilise mon Ultimaker 2 et je me posais la question suivante :

"Est-ce que les résidus de PLA sont recyclables et si oui, comment peut-on procéder ?"

Merci d'avance pour vos réponses ;)

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Posted (edited) · Recyclage

Salut robby

Oui le PLA est recyclable....mais pas naturellement au fond de ton jardin ( T° décomposition > 50 ° )

Un peu de lecture :

http://www.encyclo-ecolo.com/Bioplastiques

Et concernant un éventuel refilage il y a trés peu d'info sur le sujet donc à tester.

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