Recycled Protective Netting

New range now available | 30% post-consumer recycled content

Recycled Protective NettingĀ from Sinclair & Rush.

We are excited to announce the arrival of this all new range of Recycled Protective Netting made from recycled material. Following the introduction of Plastic Packaging Tax at the beginning of April 2022, the plastic industry has been working had to meet the targets for recycled content going back into the manufacturing process. Protective Sleeving from our range of Protective Netting is the latest to meet this target, with 30% post-consumer recycled plastic being used. Look out for 'R30' on labelling and packaging, confirming the 30% content.

The protective qualities of this netting are still extremely good and the colours and size range have been matched to the original, well established range. Whilst consistency and finish are going to be slightly different due to the varied source of recovered material, during testing this new range has performed well.

We have been trialling the new recycled range with some of our distributors and uptake in the marketplace is really encouraging. Our aim is to transition fully across to this more ecologically sound alternative which ultimately will be more cost effect due to exemption from Plastic Packaging Tax. Please support us in this process as we work to re-stock with the new 'R30' range without facing any interruptions to supply. We would love to hear your feedback on this, please feel free to reach out on our social channels.

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Ellie introduces the new range of Recycled Protective Netting. Like our standard range, the sleeving covers diameters of between 6.00mm-400.00mm

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