Recycled plastic can be substituted for wood on any of SiteScapes wood line products. Plastic lumber is generally manufactured from 25 percent to 100 percent by weight preconsumer and postconsumer plastics, or a blend of recycled plastic with other materials such as wood fiber, glass fiber, rice hulls, peanut shells, and rubber. By using materials that have been diverted from the waste stream (e.g. plastic, wood, rubber, etc.), recycled plastic lumber (RPL) conserves landfill space.
Benefits of Recycled Plastic Include:
Rarely cracks or splinters.
Resists rot, mildew and termites.
Is weather and graffiti-resistant.
Is unaffected by bacteria, worms, insects, fungi or rodents.
Can be painted or stained when wood or other natural fiber is incorporated.
No waterproofing, staining or regular maintenance required.
Is long lasting, sometimes lasting more than 50 years, depending on the application.
Is sold in a variety of standard dimensional sizes, colors and textures.
Is aesthetically pleasing. Can be manufactured to meet different designs and appearance specifications.
Colors shown are only a representation of standard colors offered and should not be used as a substitute for manufacturer provided color samples.
Standard Colors available: Cherry Wood, Cedar, Weathered Wood, and Slate Gray
Premium Woodgrain Colors available: Brazillian Walnut, Walnut, Antique Mahogany, Coastal Gray, and Driftwood Gray
To Specify Recycled Plastic
Append -RP to Avondale product model number and choose plastic color. Example AV1-1000-PF-RP (Cherry Wood).
To download the recycled plastic information as a two page pdf brochure click here.