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Recycled Plastic Fencing Made in Monroe County Installed in Idaho Park

Waste Not Technologies (WNT) in Tobyhanna and Saylorsburg, PA recently shared photos of their recycled plastic fencing made for Yellowstone’s Bear World in Idaho.

This fencing is made from 98% recycled plastic and is a popular alternative to wooden fencing.  It requires very low maintenance, doesn’t need to be painted and will not deteriorate.

Michael Ferguson at Yellowstone’s Bear World shared the photos and commented how pleased they were with the result and that they intend to order more in the near future.

Consumers are increasingly realizing the benefit of replacing traditional landscaping and architectural wood products with plastic-based ones. Plastic-based products simply last longer, holding up to the elements better and retaining their aesthetic look over a longer period of time. They offer products that are made of nearly 100% post-consumer recycled plastics derived from HDPE milk jugs and other mixed rigid containers.

The benefits and flexibility of plastic fence outweigh the initial cost and can be used in any outdoor setting or venue.

Waste Not Technologies was founded by Patrick Kelley and has manufacturing facilities in the Pocono Mountains Corporate Center East in Tobyhanna and in Saylorsburg PA.

Mr. Kelley commented, “For over twenty years we have been making recycled plastic fencing in Monroe County.  It has been a joy to witness the increase in consumer acceptance of great products made from recycled materials.  Consumers hold the key to closing the loop in recycling.”

The Pocono Mountains Corporate Center East is a project of the Pocono Mountains Economic Development Corporation and the County of Monroe.

“We are proud to have environmentally responsible companies like WNT in Monroe County.  It is exciting to see their products being installed across the country” added Chuck Leonard, PMEDC Executive Director.

For more information on the product or to get a free quote, visit their website at

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