Have the elements played havoc on your outdoor furniture? Has the metal rusted or bent, wood splintered, paint faded and chipped, webbing tore? Every year we recover thousands of HDPE milk jugs and water bottles from America's waste stream and recycle them into sturdy poly lumber at our Lancaster PA plant. The result is safe, maintenance-free, stylish furniture that is affordable and colorful for your backyard or patio.
This attractive Basics Collection Side Table is 19" high x 19.5" deep x 14" wide. Mix and match the seating for a wonderful eclectic look. Not only is this furniture eco-friendly, but it is also very comfortable and stylish. It comes in a multitude of colors to fit in with any outdoor setting.
- UV Fade Resistant
- Solid Color Throughout
- Color Matched Hardware
Breezesta 100% poly recycled plastic furniture removes hundreds of thousands of petroleum-based HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) plastic bottles from America's waste stream. Not only is Breezesta made of recycled products, it IS a recyclable product. Any member of the Breezesta family can be recycled when (and if) homeowners are finished using the product. But they won't be done with it because of a product flaw or breakdown. Our products are built to last. Only the hardware needs to be removed from the recycling process.
Making safe and clean products using post-consumer waste begins with proper sorting. The material is then thoroughly washed and decontaminated. The base plastic material is processed at our Pennsylvania plant and converted into sturdy poly lumber. The plastic is decontaminated to a high purity level, thus ensuring it is safe for use. The purified recycled plastic is formulated with Ultra-Violet (UV) stabilizers and color pigments, creating colorful, eco-friendly, maintenance-free products.
Recycled plastic is safe and clean
Breezesta is manufactured by an Eco-Friendly Company
Casual Living Products doesn't just make green products. We are a green company: We reuse scrap, we effectively use packaging materials to reduce waste and most marketing materials are printed on recycled paper