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14 May 2009

External furniture that is virtually indestructible, maintenance free and yet is made from 100% recycled plastic composite is the safe choice for high-use commercial applications. i-plas, a pioneer in recycling technology, not only produce a range of attractive benches, tables and seats but also planters, litter bins, bollards, ground reinforcement blocks and even common sized profiles.

i-plas takes mixed plastic waste that would otherwise be destined for landfill and uses this to create a robust range of useful products for all types of external environments. All of the products produced by i-plas are 100% recycled and 100% recyclable and as they are self-coloured and will not degrade they are virtually maintenance free.

The i-plas furniture range includes picnic tables (including ones for wheelchair access), benches and seats which are all inherently strong and safe to use as the i-plas material will not warp, crack or splinter. All i-plas furniture can also be supplied with extended legs so they can be set into the ground if required and all are conveniently despatched fully assembled.

As the material is impervious to water it makes an ideal product for external use and where the material would be subject to continually damp conditions such as planters. These have been used in parks, gardens as well as shopping precincts and to break up hard landscaping to offices and industrial areas.

For traffic management i-plas produce a range of bollards in different colours to differentiate routes or parking areas for example.

The i-plas ground reinforcement block is an extremely tough and yet inexpensive way of providing ground reinforcement to areas that are gravelled or grassed for pedestrian and vehicular access.

To cope with other applications a useful range of different sized profiles are produced which can then be used in construction projects as the product can be nailed, screwed or bolted together. i-plas profiles have been used to create pedestrian bridges, jetties, pontoons, boardwalks, decking, steps, bund areas and fencing as well as many other applications.

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