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Norfolk based PVCu suppliers launch new recycled product range to benefit environment and local comm

Added: (Fri Sep 29 2017)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Plastic Building Supplies LTD, ‘PBS’, are the leading supplier of PVCu building products in East Anglia, offering a wide range of products to both trade & DIY. Their head office & store is on Concorde Road in Norwich, with other branches in Gorleston, Kings Lynn and Thetford.
PBS is excited to launch its newest range of products: Plastic Recycled Furniture & Lumber. This is the first product of its kind to be for sale in East Anglia.
This recycled product begins as plastic waste such as milk cartons, plastic bottles and other household plastic waste.
Tonnes of plastic material destined for landfill can now be processed into long lasting, highly economical recycled plastic products, reducing disposal costs and carbon footprint.
The plastic is reprocessed under a very high temperature and compressed to form lumber that is stronger than normal wood. This recycled lumber is then sold in planks, posts and assembled in to recycled furniture.
Using this lumber or purchasing recycled furniture is a far better alternative than traditional wooden products. This is because it does not need any maintenance over its lifetime, will last decades and is waterproof & jet washable.
These products make a significant difference for the customers that purchase them, public houses and homeowners would otherwise suffer their time and cost on upkeep and general maintenance, eventually leading to the need for replacement.
A percentage of all sales will go to local charity, EACH.
For further information on these products should contact Plastic Building Supplies LTD directly on 01603 484589 or visit www.pbs-limited.co.uk.

Submitted by:Emily Denton
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