British Recycled Plastic Products – 100% Recycled Plastic Wood Lumber
Keep plastic out of landfill • Buy recycled plastic products today
Products made from recycled plastic lumber, save you time and money.
No painting is needed as it does not rot, is impervious to insects and looks like new for 50+ years.
Products Made from 100% Recycled Plastic Lumber
Recycled Plastic Wood and Recycled Mixed Plastic Lumber made only from plastic sourced from UK door drop collections
Recycled plastic lumber also known as recycled plastic wood, is made from taking your useless plastic rubbish, and after it has been processed carefully, using 66% less energy than is used in virgin plastic production, we make something both aesthetically pleasing and useful out of it. When you have finished with our products, you can recycle them again. This is the ideal recycling scenario.
With our most popular product, a Recycled Plastic Compost Tumbler / Compost Bin – appropriately named, ‘The Compost Creator’, we are going a step further than simply recycling. We reuse a food grade plastic bin reclaimed from the food industry, and turn it into something else. Reuse is superior to recycling, as it avoids the consumption of energy involved in flaking the old plastic, melting it down and remoulding it into something else.
Reusing your plastic keeps it out of landfill as well as reducing your carbon footprint and the impact of manufacturing on global warming. Recycled plastic construction projects are the most efficient way to reduce waste and promote sustainable development. Building green sustainable homes for example, made from recycled plastic, will help significantly. Waste plastic takes many years to degrade and can do a lot of environmental damage to both the land, insects, fish, animals and of course ourselves. So we hope you will make Kedel your first choice when you shop for home and garden products. Recycled Plastic Lumber, recycled plastic wood, otherwise known as recycled plastic timber, is the building block from which our products are manufactured.
Our Recycled plastic products are durable, beautiful and will maintain their appearance for many years to come. They include our Plastic Decking boards, Compost Bin, Raised Beds, Garden Planters, recycled plastic chairs, 2 and 3 Seater Garden Benches, Sports Benches, Ground Reinforcement, eco fence products, recycled plastic fencing, recycled street furniture and Ground Fixings to stop things walking, or blowing away, Recycled Plastic (synthetic wood) and Recycled plastic profiles (mixed plastic). So now you can do a bit of DIY, or any major building and construction project using Recycled Plastic Wood from the UK, manufactured into recycled plastic planks, sheets such as Stokbord or recycled plastic boards for raised beds. They do not rot, entertain mould growth, or need painting. This is not just low maintenance, it’s no maintenance.
With our headquarters in Burnley, Lancashire why not pay us a visit! If you’re in the local area of which might include Nelson, Foulridge, Lane Bottom, Colne, Bradford, Clitheroe, Accrington, Blackburn, Keighley, Newchurch, Preston, Rochdale, Huddersfield, Shipley, Dewsbury, Castleford, Harrogate, Wakefield, Darwen, Leyland, Halifax, Bacup, Hebden Bridge, Barnoldswick, West Yorkshire and quite possibly Manchester or Bolton, then come and visit our showroom and see our elegant products first hand. Experience them as they are, be amazed that they are not wood as you know it, but recycled plastic that looks and feels like wood – superior in design and superior in quality to traditional wood lumber products.
Sound Reasons to use Recycled Plastic Products
There are sound reasons for reducing our carbon footprint by using recycled plastic over virgin plastic. A tonne of recycled plastic produces 250% less Carbon Dioxide during manufacture compared to 1 tonne of virgin plastic production. It’s a no brainer. Some people still think global warming may not be true. In the past the earth’s climate has fluctuated in similar ways to that taking place now, but the scientific evidence clearly points to human contributions as the main cause this time. Arguments circulating on the internet to the contrary are simply not rational, and pointedly ignore some obvious scientific indicators.