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Through the Paris Agreement and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, companies have been awarded an important role as co-providers of solutions to critical issues.

We welcome a dialogue with investors and developers, authorities, educational institutes, researchers, trade organizations, code and regulations, building owners, facility management companies, engineers and architects, contractors, proptech companies, material suppliers, waste handlers, demolishers etc.
And most importantly, also if you are not in the construction industry, and you see a cross-trade synergy between you and us.

We are keen to make our expert knowledge available to both Danish and international organizations. By working with us, you will gain access to a company and to persons who have actively chosen to take the approach: never-say-never.

Christian Wittrup

Christian is fronting Re-Plastic ApS. He holds a degree within Civil Engineering (Technical University of Denmark) combined with a graduate diploma in Organization & Management (Copenhagen Business School). Christian has been in the construction industry for almost 20 years, where he has worked as a contractor, at an engineering company, at a global machine and building material supplier and as an independent consultant. In May 2019 Christian moved to Lendager Group with one purpose only, which was to act as catalyst for the local and global scaling of sustainable building materials.

P: +45 2490 8010
E: sales@re-plastic.dk

Morten Risom Nielsen

Morten holds a Bachelor of Science within Product Development & Design (University of Southern Denmark) and a Master of Science within Design & Innovation (Technical University of Denmark). Morten has been within the Lendager Group since January 2018, and has been working on multiple building material innovations, and as such, Morten also takes many of the dialogues with our production and development partners (often members of The Danish Plastics Federation).

P: +45 7179 1010
E: info@re-plastic.dk

Mathias Ruø Rasmussen

Mathias holds a Bachelor of Science within Architectural Engineering (Technical University of Denmark) and a Master of Architecture within Sustainability (Aarhus School of Architecture), and his journey at Lendager Group started back as an intern in February 2015. Mathias was fulltime employed in March 2017 and has been deeply involved in material innovations at Upcycle Studios, Ressource Rows, EPIC in Malmö, Tokyo 2021 Olympic Pavilion, Copenhagen Towers, Woods .. and all Re-Plastic innovations. We miss Mathias, but are thrilled that he takes the most sustainable choice of all: to give a new world citizen the best possible start to her endeavors on this remarkable planet.

Zebina Jooma Jensen

Recently graduated as an Industrial Design Engineer, Zebina joined the Re-Plastic team in December as an Industrial Designer. She studied at Aalborg University both her Bachelor and Master, giving her all the knowledge needed to be at her best. During her projects, she has always been thinking about sustainability and Re-Plastic is the perfect match for her: to design sustainably.

Hector Grundtdal Grønborg

Hector is an Industrial Design student at the Designschool Kolding. Starting in August 2020 in Lendager Group as an intern, Hector is now a Junior Designer. He primarily works with concept and product development, as well as design and prototyping.

Charlotte Grønlund

The most recent addition to the team is Charlotte, who is coming directly from France, where she is studying Supply Chain Management at IÉSEG School of Management and will get her Master degree in December 2021. After writing a thesis about food waste in the restauration industry, she naturally turned towards Re-Plastic where it is all about upcycling. January 2021 marked the beginning of her internship at Re-Plastic.