Domestic and commercial waste plastics are sourced as raw ingredients. Milk bottles, single-use plastic, soft plastics, buckets, drums and more.
The waste plastic is ground into a consistent form ready for processing.
The blended plastic is UV stabilised and extruded into posts.
The finished posts are QA inspected and packaged into our unique crate system, ready for delivery.
High Density Polyethylene is extremely strong and durable. Household containers, 20– 200 litre drums, milk bottles, mussel floats, conduit piping and wheelie bins are common forms of HDPE that we recycle daily.
Low Density Polyethylene is valued due to its strength ratio and the main plastic used in all flexible packaging. Pallet wrap, food packaging, irrigation drip pipe and plant growing sleeves are common LDPE items now able to be recycled in New Zealand thanks to Future Post.
Polypropylene products that we can recycle include many everyday household products such as ice cream containers, detergent bottles, yoghurt pottles and plant pots as well as PPE such as face masks, hair nets and shoe covers.
Type 7 comprises “all other plastics” and includes safety glasses, headlight lenses and acrylic bottles. We can recycle small quantities of these.