Recycled Plastic Compost Bins

Composting solutions for every garden all engineered from our trusted, 100% solid recycled plastic and all with a 25-year guarantee.

One of the best uses that we have discovered for our maintenance-free recycled plastic for any serious gardener; composters.

Not only are the engineered recycled plastic planks we use so rot-proof that we feel able to guarantee them for 25 years, the black colour mean that they also act as a thermal store. This allows them to absorb even the slightest environmental heat much more efficiently than treated timber, speeding up the composting process.

As not all gardeners needs are the same, we have two separate types of composters; the quick assembly “Redacre” and the heavy duty “Callis” triple composter, named after allotment areas near our offices in the Calder Valley.

Find out more below about our range:

Decking Project by Glyn Jones

Check out this gorgeous customer-built decking project. Glyn Jones has done a cracking job - and he's rightfully proud of it! Glyn was replacing his old, rotted timber decking - an area of 6.5m x 3m. After preparing the area, he laid a weed-stopping membrane. He used...

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Recycled plastic planks used for blooming planters

Dunblane in Bloom came to us in search of recycled plastic planks to build new planters for a local rail station forecourt. They had some lovely old timber barrels which had served them well for many years, but - as lumber is prone to do over time - had eventually...

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Raised bed tips and customer review

Helen from Bedfordshire bought six of our 300mm raised beds a couple of years ago. She got in touch recently to tell us what she thought of them, and to share some of her raised bed tips. It's always great to hear from the users of our products - after all, they're...

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