The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS) are a global call to action providing us with a common agenda to address some of the most pressing challenges facing our worlds and unite us together to bring a positive change for both humans and the planet. Plastic pipes play a major role in achieving the objectives of the United Nations SDGS by 2030.
plastic pipes bring drinking water, gas and electricity into our homes, deliver internet services, provide irrigation for food production and carry away sewerage and stormwater safely and efficiently.
by providing the highest level of safety for carrying drinking water , plastic pipes are also used almost exclusively in modern homes. They also protect the environment and communities by providing a sealed system to remove sewerage and stormwater.
plastic pipes protect the safety of the community and the network of wires and cables which provide affordable and clean energy to our homes.
As an engineered, long life product, plastic pipes are designed to last. The provide cost effective and sustainable infrastructure due to their much lower carbon footprint than alternatives and recyclability.
plastic pipes performance contributes to long-life of the engineered product designed to last. They are recyclable and have a much lower carbon footprint than alternatives.
Our industries manufacturing process reuses any scrap produced. Production plants are clean with low emissions. Plastic pipes are recyclable and have a lower carbon footprint than alternatives.
Engineered products can reduce the use of raw materials, use less energy to install and operate (for pumped systems). Plastic pipes are also recyclable and have a lower carbon footprint than alternatives.
they are long life and not discarded waste like singe use plastics. Plastic pipes do not end up in our rivers and oceans to subsequently break down into microplastics.