One of the UK’s largest sustainable decking brands, Composite Prime, has secured the UK’s largest independent artifice grass supplier as a retailer of its luxury products.
Grass Direct, which was formed in 2012 and stocks the widest range of artificial grass in the UK, will retail Composite Prime’s popular composite decking range, HD Deck 3D, HD Deck Pro and HD Deck XS, online and in all 40 of its stores nationwide.
Charles Taylor, sales director at Composite Prime, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have secured Grass Direct as a retailer of Composite Prime products. Our revolutionary decking has a range of unique characteristics which we feel both trade and consumer customers will benefit from including its low maintenance, long life span and rot resistant properties. We’re delighted with the Grass Direct partnership and have full confidence that our products will be a success with the business’s customers.”
Grass Direct is committed to making a positive impact on the planet and is on a journey to introduce more products to its customers that are made from recycled materials. Each square metre of Composite Prime decking is created using more than 3,000 recycled plastic bottle caps and in the last six years of operation the brand has also saved more than 151 million plastic milk bottles from landfill.
Chris Barber, Chief Retail Officer at Grass Direct, added: “We’re delighted to be retailing Composite Prime products. The range has remarkable likeness to timber and their versatility and colour tones also make it the perfect solution for consumers wanting to transform their gardens. The eco-friendly aspect aligns perfectly with our commitment to putting sustainability at the heart of our products. All of our artificial grass ranges are made from 80% recycled materials and are 100% recyclable.
“Customers will appreciate the sustainable credentials of Composite Prime Decking. As well as its unique formula of recycled plastic and FSC® certified oak wood flour that has been used to ensure durability and longevity.”
For more information about Composite Prime please visit: www.composite-prime.com