Stopping plastic leakage into the environment.
Borealis supports Ecopost to drive circular economy in Kenya
EcoPost uses 100% recycled plastics to make aesthetic, durable and environmentally friendly plastic lumber for use in applications ranging from fencing to landscaping. Ours is one of the most environmentally conscious products on the market today.
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Does not rot and cannot be eaten by termites hence lasts longer.
Can be cut, drilled and nailed just as easily as timber using the same wood working tools.
Wont be stolen for use as firewood as is currently happening in many parts of our country.
Offers long term cost effectiveness due to reduced maintenance and replacement.
Has an aesthetic look, with a regular shape and a smooth and/or timber-like finish.
Can be used in a wide variety of applications from fencing to flower pots.
Does not entertain growth of mould.
Outlasts timber in application.
Do not splinter.
We buy plastic waste and fine biomass (e.g. sawdust, rice husks, coffee husks, macadamia dust e.t.c). We have ongoing requirement for fine biomass and plastic scrap particularly HDPE and PP polythenes. Learn more about the different types of plastic at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plastic.
Interested suppliers are requested to kindly send us pictures of the material they wish to offer along with their best offer (KShs/kg or US$/kg) via email on email@example.com or WhatsApp on +254(0)725 351 032 or +254(0)721 953 768.
Download our requirements for raw materials.
HDPE - High Density Polyethylene such as supermarket (Nakumatt / Uchumu etc) shopping bags and the black, green and yellow plastic carrier bags that you can get from your local kiosk. They also include milk bottles, shampoo bottles, vehicle oil containers, Elianto type containers etc.
PP - Polypropylene such as raffia bags (gunia), the Mumias sugar packaging and Kimbo, Cow Boy, Blue band types of containers.
Garbage collection companies.
Furniture manufacturers, timber yards, saw mills.
Youth and women groups involved in collecting plastic waste recyclables.
Waste collection yards in all the major towns of Kenya.
County officials dealing with waste management.
Private individuals able to source more than 1 tonne of plastic waste every week.
Industries / farms / NGOs / companies which generate plastic waste and would like a safe and secure means of disposing it.