Our recycled plastic bollards are made from 100% recycled mixed plastic and we have a wide variety of types, styles, and colours available.  This mixed, British plastic would normally have been destined for the landfill, but here we have recycled it for use in the urban environment.  Our designs are classic and elegant, totally vehicle-friendly and very cost-effective. Using environmentally friendly and sustainable solutions at a great cost, our range of bollards are stronger with a higher impact performance, when they are compared with other similar solutions and economically sound.  If you are looking for a durable and great bollard, get in touch!

7 08, 2020

Our recycled plastic bollards

2020-08-07T08:45:51+00:00August 7th, 2020|Categories: Bollards, Civils, Parks and estates|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Our recycled plastic bollards

Our recycled plastic furniture and lumber is well known, but how many of you know about our recycled plastic bollards? Our bollards are used by many national companies and organisations, in carparks and on highways up and down the land. [...]

25 06, 2019

Made from British Recycled Plastic

2021-01-06T17:17:53+00:00June 25th, 2019|Categories: Benches, Boardwalk, Bollards, Civils, Decking, EcoPaving, Fencing, Fishing, Gardening, Lumber, Marine, News, Parks and estates, Picnic table, Planters, Pollution, Raised Beds, Schools|Comments Off on Made from British Recycled Plastic

Not part of the plastic waste problem Our recycled plastic furniture, lumber and raised beds are robust, they don’t rot or require any maintenance other than a wipe once in a while. They withstand the worst of the weather and [...]

29 11, 2018

Recycled Plastic Bollards Kill Concrete Stone Dead

2018-11-29T16:59:48+00:00November 29th, 2018|Categories: Bollards, Parks and estates, Schools|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

The ghosts of architecture past In the 1970s, concrete was king. Forming technology had advanced fast and Brutalism still seemed like a good idea to a lot of architects (if you remember Newcastle's 'Get Carter' car park or the old [...]

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