Landfill Goals Aiding UK Employment – SEAC Ltd Comment


Wigston, Leicester -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/31/2015 -- According to a recent report by the Guardian- reducing the amount of non-hazardous waste going to landfill has resulted in a strong body of employment and avoided more than £1331.2m in unnecessary costs. The results have been released in light of the international company Unilever's efforts to send zero non-hazardous waste to landfill. SEAC LTD, a company working for a more sustainable use of resources, have been quick to comment.

Over the last 20 years, the amount of non-toxic, potentially re-usable waste going to landfill has caused a mounting problem and rising CO2 emissions. Much of this includes woods and plastics, a process which has been increasingly criticized by the Green Party especially, approaching The General Election.

SEAC LTD, specialists in providing sustainable composite decking amongst other products as part of their outdoor surface range, have been quick to comment.

"In light of the recent data highlighting the money that can be saved and employment caused by sustainable practices, this makes our product stronger than ever," a spokes person said. "We take pride in using a high amount of recycled wood and plastic products to foam our quality composite decking - Fiberon. As part of this, we prevent up to 33,800tons of used plastics and woods going to landfill every year; a point which is more crucial than ever. We hope in the light of these figures, that other companies will follow a similar initiative.

"Key factors of importance in any area moving towards the General Election are sustainability, durability and effectiveness.Even if politics cannot offer assurances on this, we are passionate that our product can. Composite decking really does offer a best-of-breed solution, a kind of coalition between recycled wood and plastic, so to speak, for the ultimate outdoor surface. "

SEAC LTD are leading suppliers of quality Fiberon decking in the UK - an innovative outdoor solution which incorporates sustainability yet avoids the rotting issues associated with wood and the toxins of plastic.

For more information, visit their website at

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