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Recycling Scheme

Protect Your Site And Our Environment

We believe that it is our duty to help protect the environment for future generations. Since our inception, we have sought to ensure that our products are manufactured from recycled materials and are 100% recyclable.

This scheme allows for the responsible disposal of Proguard Correx® plastic sheeting. Returned waste is sorted, washed and re-granulated. It is then fully recycled and reused in the production of new plastic products including Proguard Correx® sheeting. The end result is a much more sustainable source of supply.

1. Protect


Place your order for protection requirements online or directly with one of our sales team, we will dispatch your order for next working day delivery nationwide. At the same time, order your Correx Collect Back Bag. This will arrive flat-packed.

2. Consolidate

At the end of the project, consolidate all waste Proguard Correx®sheeting and stack into your Collect Back Bag with the pallet at the base of the bag. The bag needs to be opened up and the pallet fitted inside for Correx to be stacked on.

3. Collect

Once the bag is full, use the straps across the top to secure the Correx. Call us on 01432 263598 to arrange collection of the waste material.

4. Recycle

Returned waste is sorted, washed and re granulated. Then fully recycled and reused in the production of new plastic products including Proguard Correx® sheeting.


What does the Correx® and the Bufferboard® get recycled into?

The used material is collected back from site and sent to our recycling facility to be shredded, washed and regranulated. End products will be suitable for use in plastic manufacturing, contributing to the circular economy. This includes products such as Proguard Correx®, plastic bowls, plastic car bumpers and more...

How can you prove that the material has been

Once the material has been received back at our recycling plant you will receive a waste recycling certificate which will provide a summary of the weight collected, the carbon saving and the volume diverted from landfill.

Is it cheaper to recycle than to use a skip?

Yes! On average it costs £253 to dispose of 1000 sheets of Correx® in an 8 yard (25p per sheet). Our collection costs average only 20p per sheet, saving you 20% in costs!

How long does it take for collection of the waste to be arranged?

We require 48 working hours’ notice for collection.

What other requirements should we meet?

  • Waste sheets must be in the collect back bag
  • Minimum collection of 1 bag
  • Waste must be strapped/wrapped securely
  • Bag must only contain sheets supplied by Beck.