Brambe turns plastic waste into eco-friendly trinkets

SINGAPORE – One is an environmentalist, the other an architect. It seems only natural that when Ms Amanda Tay, 24, and Mr Bernie Ang, 27, went into business together, it would be to design eco-friendly products.

The couple, who are not married, founded lifestyle brand Brambe in August 2021 – selling trays, coasters and other trinkets made from upcycled waste and jesmonite, an eco-friendly material.

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Environmental award trophies are made using sustainable Jesmonite design

The trophies for the annual Clean Up South West event in Singapore were made from plastic waste and Jesmonite. They were created by Bernie Ang and Amanda Tay who run Brambe, a company described as the love child of an architect and an environmentalist, set up in June 2021.

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From trash to treasure

This TikTok shows how East Coast Park's plastic waste can be turned into an Insta-worthy tray.

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