Can Composite Decking be Recycled?

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Have you ever wondered whether composite decking can be recycled? This can seem difficult to answer in many cases since it depends on many factors. But, with that being said, several key things may influence this, so our experts are on hand today to help you learn more about the rules of recycling regarding composite decking.



Composite Decking is Made From Recycled Materials


One of the first things you need to know when talking about recycling composite decking is the fact that it is generally made from recycled materials initially. Indeed, the two primary materials used in composite decking: wood and plastic.


Both of these are usually sourced from recycled sources, meaning that composite decking helps provide a sustainable solution by starting from recycled materials that would have otherwise ended up in landfills initially.


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Recycling Composite Decking is Tricky but Possible


Your composite decking is designed to last a long time, which should mean that you’ll be able to get a lot of time from the deck before it degrades. However, it can’t do the impossible, which no doubt means it will eventually need replacing.


But what should you do if your composite decking ends up in need of replacement? This isn’t always easy to work out since there are a few potential options. Often, this will depend on your choice of provider and the type of service you’re offered. Indeed, it’s not impossible to recycle composite decking, but it’s also not necessarily easy. As such, you can’t just recycle it with your other wood or plastic products.


Some brands will be able to offer a specialist composite decking disposal service, although this may not be recycling as you know it traditionally. Instead, the composite decking may be repurposed into something else, such as a filler material. However, this is no doubt still a better option than leaving it to sit around in landfill sites indefinitely.


So, if you do have a potential way to give your old composite deck a new lease of life (once more), taking advantage of this can be a major boost in terms of your efforts to lead a more eco-friendly lifestyle. But, naturally, it’s not always possible. Failing that, try to ensure your composite decking lasts as long as possible to reduce your impact on the environment where you can.



Final Thoughts


If you’re trying to be a little more eco-friendly, we have some great news: composite decking itself is generally made from recycled! However, it’s important to recognize that while recycling your composite decking is possible, this is often a complex process and not necessarily easy to do. As such, for the most part, composite decking won’t be recyclable currently.


Fortunately, since the deck was already recycled in the first place, you shouldn’t have to feel bad about this! By opting for composite decking, you’ve already extended the lifespan of two materials – plastic and wood – by giving them a new chance at life. So, composite decking is no doubt still a brilliant alternative to regular materials. For further questions, please contact us at info@mexytech.com.


 
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