Make an Impact / The Right Direction
With every choice you make there is an effect on the environment, the world and the future. Choosing products that are made from recycled materials with sustainable methods and practices make a positive effect on our planet and budget. When you realize that you can make an impact and cause a positive change, you have no choice but to move in that direction.
Up front, resin has a lower purchase cost, lower shipping and handling fees and a smaller carbon footprint than any other material. It saves time from man-hours on shipping to delivery and installation to care and maintenance and more.
Live Long & Prosper
The durability and longevity of resin products create surplus in city budgets for other projects and eliminate many products from inevitably ending up in landfills. Using recycled and recyclable materials is the first step in the direction of cleaning up the environment and improving the health of the planet for our children.
Resin takes that step, removing certain items from the landfill equation. Replacing something that would rot and corrode with something that is eternally recyclable is the future. Resin is cleaning up the roads, our cities and our landfills one site plan project at a time.
Once a resin product has fulfilled its economic lifespan, it is melted back down and reincarnated into its next form, bypassing landfills, and conserving natural resources.
Light poles and other outdoor-products made of aluminum, steel, or other metal blends or alloys suffer from the inevitability of damage from exposure. The paint or enamel exterior will flake or chip, exposing the metal to the oxygen and moisture in the air, causing rust, corrosion and rot.
Concrete light poles are equally susceptible to the elements, and often have a structural support system of iron. When the metal core of a stone pole begins corroding, it can cause spalling, which leads to crumbling.
Non-porous, non-hydroscopic, sustainably-made resin products offer the same look and functionality without any of the vulnerability; lasting much longer with zero impact from or on the environment.
Every day, building instructors, directors, officials, cities, municipalities, and contractors are using secondary material to decorate jobsites.