Recycled paint has recycled container

28 Jul 2013

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Manufacturer Newlife Paints, prostate cialis whose products are stocked by British DIY retailer B&Q, buy cialis have introduced new packaging which the company claims contains at least 25 percent recycled material whilst the paint inside has up to 90 per cent waste emulsion.

The company says every pail bought prevents up to three pots going to landfill or for incineration. Instead Newlife collects waste water-based emulsion which would otherwise be dumped, purchase separates it into colour batches and reconditions it into useable recycled emulsion paints.

To create the container, the manufacturers worked closely with UK suppliers of recycled plastics to ensure a high-grade polymer capable of withstanding the weight of paint. Tests showed that the optimum proportion of recycled polymer was 25 per cent in order to maintain the highest standard of consumer functionality and convenience.

The injection moulded PP pail is available in a 5L size, with plenty of space for eye catching decoration.

Newlife offers a classic and contemporary range of 32 colours and provide a full colour matching service. Newlife?s environmentally friendly paint has a smooth consistency and covers effortlessly. Newlife paint has the opacity and depth of colour that you would expect from a premium emulsion

Keith Harrison, founder and Managing Director of Newlife says: ?We are proud of the environmentally friendly nature of our paint, so it was important that the container could help support those credentials as far as possible.?


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