Recycled plastic is the end product of the plastic recycling process. Used plastic is washed, chipped and extruded to create plastic lumber which we turn into planters. As plastic can be recycled seven to nine times, even at the end of the planter’s life it can be reused and given new life. This makes recycled plastic environmentally friendly and extremely hardwearing.
Q. How are recycled plastic planters made?
A. Used plastic is collected, sorted, washed, chipped and extruded into lumber. Once it arrives in our Surrey factory we cut and form it using traditional methods to make the planters you see here.
Q. How long do recycled planters last?
A. Our planters are extremely durable and have a life expectancy of over 25 years. That’s because unlike wood, they won’t splinter. And the screws used in our recycled plastic planters are stainless, ensuring longevity.
Q. Why switch to recycled plastic garden planters?
A. There are many benefits to using recycled plastic planters, including their durability, resistance to frost, and lack of harmful chemicals to preserve them, giving them great environmentally friendly credentials.
Q. How do I maintain a recycled plastic planter?
A. Our recycled plastic planters require no maintenance. They’ll last for years without you having to do a thing!
Q. What personalisation options do you offer?
A. All our planters can be engraved with a house number, council name or other text.
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