Looking to replace or build a new fencing system? See how Bedford Technology’s structural recycled plastic lumber worked for Griffith Park in California.
Will your plastic wood fence last as long as it should? They’re durable, but nothing beats time. This advice will keep your fence healthy for years to come.
Choosing the right building material for your outdoor project can greatly reduce future maintenance costs and time. Try recycled plastic lumber.
Looking for a durable building material for your park benches, picnic tables and waste receptacles? Consider using recycled plastic lumber for long-term project success, and enjoy these structures for generations to come.
One way to better understand material performance is to use a standardized set of guidelines that measure performance criteria and technical properties. ASTM Standards are familiar and consistent around the world. See how Bedford Technology uses these standards.
Between 2004 and 2014, the global production of plastics grew from 225 million tons to 311 million tons. That being said, recycled plastic lumber for playground equipment and fencing has skyrocketed in popularity in recent years. But before you invest in any type of playground equipment, it’s vital to know…
It’s not uncommon to experience problems when working on landscaping projects, and recycled plastic lumber and other sustainable materials can help.
Looking for a building material to handle all of your marine project needs? Consider using structural recycled HDPE plastic lumber. It won’t rot, decay or break down over time, and will hold up in wet environments.
Looking for a complete boardwalk solution? See how Assabet River Rail Trail used structural recycled plastic lumber for their new boardwalk.
Recycling plastic building materials at the end of the product life-cycle is one way to help protect Mother Nature. But, not all plastic can be recycled. See why choosing HDPE plastic lumber is better for the environment.