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Cromwell Polythene Showcases its
Environmentally-Friendly Plastics Range and
Speaks about the Resource-Efficiency of Plastic at
RWM 2018
C
romwell Polythene – one of the
UK’s leading suppliers of sacks,
bags and speciality products
for the storage and collection of waste
and recyclables is showcasing its
extensive portfolio at RWM 2018
(Stand 5P32). Managing director,
James Lee will also speak at the show,
on 12 September, emphasising it’s
‘Time to Stop Bashing the Plastics.’
The company’s products, which include
its lightweight LowCO2t ™ range, help to
make the world cleaner, greener, and
more economical. They also provide
waste and recycling sacks and all shapes
and sizes of bin liners, compactor sacks,
UN approved clinical waste sacks, and
compostable liners. That’s in addition to
food-grade bags, kerb-side recycling
bags, woven sacks, disposable personal
protective equipment, as well as film,
sheeting and tubing.
James Lee, Cromwell Polythene
Managing director, says: “Plastics have
been having a hard time in the media
recently, but they are essential for
modern life, and, if manufactured and
used responsibly, they can benefit the
environment and enrich our lives.
Image courtesy of WRAP
“At RWM, I’ll be speaking on the issue of
the problems of plastic litter and marine
pollution, which are very real and need
tackling. However, they are the result of
littering or poor waste management,
meaning the leakage of valuable
resources is caused by our established
infrastructure, not something inherent in
the material.”
Cromwell Polythene’s LowCO2t ™ range
uses less material to achieve the same
performance standards and are
packaged in smaller cartons. This means
the volume of plastic used is minimised,
as are the carbon emissions during
production and transport. Less storage
space is required too. Its other bestselling products include brands such as
ensa®, Wave®, Sansafe®, and Kerbie®,
which are all exclusive to Cromwell
Polythene.
The company works closely with its
customers – including local authorities
and waste management companies,
cleaning and janitorial distributors,
clinical waste professionals within the
healthcare sector, automotive, food
service and raw material suppliers – so
that they can make informed decisions
on the most appropriate products for
their needs.
Recycled materials are used wherever
possible in its product range, and the
return of plastics and other materials to
the production cycle for re-processing is
encouraged. The goal is that its products
are not only lower cost to its customers,
but also to the environment.
For more information visit Stand 5P32,
www.cromwellpolythene.co.uk
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Image courtesy of WRAP
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