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Turning Soft Plastics into new Plastic Products

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Collections have restarted at selected Countdown, The Warehouse and Huckleberry stores in Auckland.

We have produced a video to show you what happens to the soft plastic and the range of products it is being made into by New Zealand processors Future Post and Second Life Plastics.

Both Future Post and 2nd Life Plastics are great examples of Kiwi ingenuity and we are working with them and our members to increase demand for their products. 

To have a sustainable circular economy where waste materials are re-processed into new valuable products and commodities, we need industry, councils and government departments to start buying products which are made from our recycling efforts.

The video also tells you what we CAN and most importantly CAN’T collect. Thank you for being such loyal supporters of soft plastic recycling.

Look out for the soft plastic recycling bin in your Auckland Store


We’ve teamed up with Future Post to supply them with soft plastics which are blended with HDPE milk bottle plastic to create the plastic fence post

Designed by a fencer.  Built for a farmer.

Future Post New Zealand has developed a trademarked product and turn domestic and commercial plastic waste into premium fencing products that perform better, for longer. Designed, re-purposed and made in New Zealand.



And in the Lower North Island we’re supplying a small Levin company Second Life Plastics with soft plastic materials which 2LP is using to manufacture products such as ducting. 

Fibre Optic Cable (supplying the fast broadband roll out) which contains soft plastics.