A New Kind of Wood
This will be better than wood
Kedel Plastic Wood looks and feels like the real thing, but you will never have to replace it, paint it, or give it any special attention to maintain its appearance year in and year out.
Leave it out in all weathers without fear of fading, cracking, or frost damage.
What people think
Both DIY enthusiasts and construction companies who have used this material have so far been delighted.
The biggest plus is undoubtedly the maintenance free element which is particularly valuable in financially challenging times.
A multitude of uses for plastic wood
Use recycled plastic wood for studding and framing in the construction industry, for making picnic tables and benches and other outdoor garden furniture. It has similar properties to a South American hard wood, but it will never rot in your lifetime. In fact it is made of a dense polystyrene foam, recycled from waste polystyrene packaging.
Help grow the green market
Local councils have recycling targets for plastic, but they don't recycle polystyrene.
Their targets are set by weight, and a polystyrene cup takes up space but weighs next to nothing.
Most of our plastic goes into landfill or gets incinerated.
30% of landfill is in fact plastic waste.
Demanding more products made from recycled plastic wood, or buying the synthetic wood or timber yourself makes an enormous contribution to reducing our carbon footprint and benefits both yourself and the planet, as well as spreading the word.
Few things make more sense than recycling useful plastic material.
All you have to do is buy it today and save yourself time and money forever after.
It makes sense!