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Recycled plastic bollards have been around for a number of years now and have proven historically popular with some of Britain’s largest retailers like Tesco, Sainsbury, ASDA and B&Q, as well as many local councils and other organisations.

Clearly, the positive impact of diverting thousands of tons of plastic waste from landfill is on of the drivers of this popularity, and all large companies and public sector entities have published environmental policies. However, the primary motivations are their low cost, ease of installation, negligible maintenance, attractive design and the fact that these type of bollards are less likely to cause damage to vehicles if accidentally hit.

Recycled Plastic Bollards

Halifax Bollards

Our 120mm Halifax bollard is our best seller.

As the classic “Tesco spec” bollard, it is sold with a domed top and a recessed 50mm reflective band. These are most commonly white, but red, yellow or a red/white combination are also available at no extra charge.

The Halifax bollard can also be sold as a “Morrison spec” flat topped plain bollard with a 35mm tubular steel core. This would not include a reflective band as standard but these are available as an option

Recycled Plastic Bollards
Steel reinforced recycled plastic Halifax bollards at a Morrison's supermarket
Recycled plastic Halifax bollards are the classic "Tesco spec" bollard

Leeds Bollards

Produced in a 150mm diameter mould, the Leeds recycled plastic bollard is a beefier version of our popular Halifax bollard.

This bollard comes with three recesses and a choice of red/white, red, yellow or white reflective bands. Because they are a substantial bollard, these tend to be popular with local authority highways departments who mainly choose reflective stripes that are red on one side and white on the other because of this.

Recycled Plastic Bollards
Leeds recycled plastic bollard from British Recycled Plastic in Yorkshire

Brighouse Bollards

Originally popularised in continental Europe, the 140mm square Brighouse recycled plastic bollards are now a common sight throughout mainland Britain.

With a chamfered top and two recessed red and white reflective bands for highways use as standard, they are an attractive and popular method of delineating pedestrian walkways and public areas.

Recycled Plastic Bollards
Brighouse recycled plastic bollards on the side of a suburban road
Brighouse recycled plastic square bollard with a chamfered top

Here are some benefits

  • Reduction of energy consumption by 66%
  • Production of only a third of the sulphur dioxide
  • Production of only half of the nitrous oxide
  • Reduction of water usage by nearly 90%
  • Reduction of carbon dioxide generation by two-and-a-half times
  • 1.8t of oil saved for every tonne of recycled polythene produced
  • Lasts 5 times longer than timber
  • Rot and algae proof
  • Crack, chip and splinter proof
  • Insect and animal resistant
  • Labour saving – minimal maintenance
  • Non slip & UV resistant
  • Vandal Resistant
  • Less Flammable than timber
  • Easy to clean
  • Can be worked like timber
  • Holds screws and fittings well
  • Reduced Whole Life Costs
  • Diverting Material from Landfill
  • Reduces the carbon footprint of any project

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Significant savings can be made by using recycled plastic due to minimal maintenance and replacement requirements.

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Low Carbon Products Ltd , Unit 8C, Toplands Country Business Park, Cragg Road, Mytholmroyd, HX7 5RW

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