Recycled Plastic Fencing
Slash your total-life costs and reduce the carbon footprint of your project with fencing constructed from our solid, 100% British recycled plastic.
Recycled plastic fences are elegant, classic in design and very cost effective, showing it’s possible to use environmentally sustainable solutions without compromises. Recycled plastic fencing is a particularly good choice for defining areas like car parks, playing fields and play grounds as it requires zero maintenance and has a 25-year guarantee – perfect for schools, councils and conservation parks.
Using mixed plastic in our recycled plastic fencing results in it being stronger with higher impact performance when compared to other solutions. It will never need treating against wear or weather and won’t sag on hot days. These products provide a durable, environmentally friendly option for large developments or temporary sites.
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