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From plastic bag to plastic plank

NewLife Plastics (Pty) Ltd. NewLife Plastics (Pty) Ltd.

About 120,000 household plastic packaging containers a month are now being diverted from going into landfill. These are mainly bottles and other packaging materials made from HDPE, PP and LL/LDPE plastic types, and which are now thankfully ending their lives as a garden bench or an outdoor table, as a chair or waste-bin and even as grandstand seating in schools and sports clubs or decking and walkways, rather than as litter or to be buried in the earth.

NewLife Plastics, pride themselves in manufacturing eco-friendly products such as tavern tables and benches for gardens, schools, clubs or staff rest areas, picket fencing, decking and walkways, pallets, planks, poles, etc. from 100% recycledpackaging. Materials used are of the highest quality ensuring our products are long-lasting and maintenance-free. The company only uses plastic packaging waste and do not use any fillers such as sawdust and wood which means the product will last well over 60 years – a lifetime!

Buying cheap products from plastic is not always a saving; wood needs regular maintenance and will eventually need to be replaced. Our products are maintenance free and will not rot or decay, plastic is durable and long lasting, stronger and denser than wood as well as being suitable in HACCP areas with no moisture absorption which means no bacterial grown as well as being impervious to corrosive chemicals.  In simple terms – we are using your plastic shopping bags, bottle caps, milk bottles, cosmetic tubes, jars, etc. to recycle up into a product that will last a forever.  Not only are you doing something constructive for the environment, you are investing in products that look as good as traditional wooden products but without the maintenance.

More importantly, by purchasing NewLife’s products, you are mitigating your personal or your company’s consumption of plastic packaging waste.

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