Recycled plastic lumber is the core component of our product range here at BRP, but have you ever wondered exactly how the lumber planks are made? By using UK-sourced plastic waste, we’re able to produce durable and sustainable lumber planks that can be used...
There are few things more restorative than spending time in the fresh air, and we’re always keen to enjoy the great outdoors here at British Recycled Plastic. We also have a passion for food and drink, so combining the two is a no-brainer for us. We’ve developed...
June is Pride month, and in 2022 the LQBTQ+ community is proudly celebrating 50 years of Pride events in the UK. As well as commemorating the last half century of progress, Pride 50 will look to the future and ask what we can achieve in the next fifty years....
We’ve seen our recycled plastic lumber planks used for an array of innovative projects, from garden sofas and smog shields to boardwalks and bird hospitals. But – as well as being a sustainable choice for new builds – did you know that our lumber is also an...
Great news – our much-loved 5 for 4 offer is back! If you order four Denholme or Bradshaw Wheelchair-Accessible picnic tables in black or brown, you will receive a fifth table absolutely free. We understand that many customers want to buy multiple items of furniture...
With summer in bloom and the days getting longer and warmer, many of us will be looking forward to relaxing in our outdoor spaces during the coming months. Creating a comfortable and verdant garden can be an incredibly rewarding experience, and our recycled plastic...
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