Products include fence posts, parking bumpers, construction boards, garden edging, garden frames, ducting cable and courier bags which are recycled from post-consumer or post-industrial soft plastics.
Future Post New Zealand has developed a trademarked product and turn domestic and commercial plastic waste into premium fencing products that perform better, for longer. Designed, re-purposed and made in New Zealand.
Future Post was founded in the time-honoured kiwi way of trying to find an ingenious solution for a challenging problem, replacing breakable wooden posts with posts made out of recycled plastic, solving two problems at once!
As strong as a timber post but with additional flexibility, Future Post fence posts can be post-driven, cut, drilled, nailed, screwed, bolted and stapled and they are consistent of size and grade.
Future Post fence posts are made from recycled soft plastic, offering an environmentally sound sustainable solution. Future Post fence posts offer performance benefits such as no moisture, splitting, warping, cracking or rotting. They are impenetrable by water, frosts, insects and fungi.
Used in conventional and specialised farming sectors such as agricultural farming, vineyards and the equine sector.
Contact Future Post for your recycled fence posts and other plastic products.
2nd Life Plastics are a small and committed team based in Levin, Horowhenua. They are plastic recyclers and manufacturers; taking waste plastic from local businesses and using it to make a range of useful products.
Contact 2nd Life Plastics for their recycled plastic product range
Pact Recycling (Astron) recycles a wide range of post consumer, agricultural, commercial and industrial polyethylene, polypropylene and styrene into a valuable alternative to virgin plastic.
This material is supplied into the New Zealand plastics industry or used by Astron in its own manufacture of cable covers, slip sheets, plastic plywood, corner boards and damp course at their Auckland plant.
Polyprint Packaging is a member of the Soft Plastics Recycling Scheme and recycles clean, clear post-industrial LDPE into bags at its Auckland plant.
saveBOARD blends soft plastics with used beverage cartons and mixed fibre to make low carbon building materials. New Zealand builders can now replace plywood particle board and plaster board with environmentally sustainable construction boards made from every day packaging waste.