The benefits of eWood® aren’t just environmental.
eWood® is resistant to rot, insect damage, UV and moisture, and therefore has a long-life with low maintenance.
eWood® is a unique plastic wood made from the mixed plastics of products previously destined for landfill such as: computers, televisions, white goods, commercial equipment, car parts and printer cartridges collected from the e-waste stream being strongly supported by programs such as ‘Cartridges 4 Planet Ark’ <http://cartridges.planetark.org>.
Unlike any other comparable product in Australia, eWood Solutions’™ patented process allows for this wide range of plastics to be used together – making it the perfect recipe for reducing carbon output.
eWood® can be used to replace timber, concrete, steel, brick, fibre glass and other virgin plastics in many applications.
Use in Raised Garden Beds:
Home gardeners consider many factors like; cost, look, maintenance and environmental impact when choosing a material to construct a raised garden bed.
eWood® is as strong as an ox, do not confuse eWood® with inferior soft plastic products. It's strong presence will be at home in any garden and will not cheapen your homes appearance like some products.
eWood® is a naturally UV stabilised material, it has a thermal buffer and hence will not freeze over or get too hot to touch. Perfect for the Australian climate.
eWood® is Termite and white ant resistant and will not harbour vermin.
100% Australian, 95% recycled and 100% recyclable. Made from plastics from a spectrum of waste including, but not limited to; computers, televisions, white goods, commercial equipment and car parts.
No wood - It has been said that the very best way to save the trees is not to cut them down...
No chemicals like CCA treated timber, no leaching and degradation over time.
There is no need to paint, stain or seal eWood®. EVER! Though one of its stand out points is that you can paint eWood® should you wish to brighten up your garden or keep to a colour scheme.
eWood® has a superior life span and, with normal use, is believed to have last for decades.