Excel Networking is Plastic Free

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As a business we are acutely aware of the damage that plastic has on the environment and we are determined to lead the way in our industry to remove as much ‘single use plastic’ from the supply chain. It hasn’t been an easy change but one that we’ve persevered with to develop alternative ‘plastic free’ packaging for much of our copper and fibre product lines, as well as reducing card board box sizes where we can. This latest drive to remove single-use plastic bags from a range of Excel products is the latest example of our efforts to improve our sustainability – but it is by no means the end of the road. Our responsible packaging solutions will become the standard as stocks of the current packaging designs are depleted.

— Jason Rudge, Commercial Procurement Director

At Excel, we #SayNoToSingleUsePlastic

We are removing all of the single-use plastic from the majority of the Excel product packaging.

By switching to "natural" brown packaging options, we will be reducing our annual single-use plastic bag usage by more than 16 million bags, based upon our 2018 sales figures. This is the equivalent of over 40 tonnes of single-use plastic being removed from the supply chain and replaced with 100% recyclable packaging.

Visit our online catalogue or read our latest selection of Product Guides for further information about the complete Excel product range.

We are removing
16 million
single-use plastic bags from the
supply chain each year

This equates to over
40 Tonnes
a year of single-use plastic waste.

See the changes for yourself:

#DoYourBit
#BreakFreeFromPlastic
#ChooseExcel

Why should you #PassOnPlastic?

Reduced Waste Volume

Quicker to Install

Easier for Engineer On-Site

Lower Installation Costs

#DidYouKnow?

It takes up to
1,000
years for plastic to degrade.

If nothing is done by
2050
pieces of plastic in the ocean will outweigh the number of fish.

Did you know that
32%
of global plastic waste ends up in the ocean?

Over
500
species of marine animals have either eaten or been entangled in plastic.