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100% Plant Based -PALLET WRAP - Clear 


  • 500mm(w) x 200m(l) x 20mu(microns)
  • Natural Polyair™ Hand Stretch Film
  • Certified PAS 2050 Carbon Neutral, Plant Based, 100% LDPE 04 Recyclable
  • Extended Core


Recently launched for the UK market, the exclusive new Polyair™ product is the only 100% recyclable, carbon neutral material currently available.


Polyair™ is truly the greenest material we know of.

When integrated with the Hand Stretch Film, this product will not only improve your green credentials and dramatically reduce your carbon footprint, but will – as importantly – provide a commercially viable alternative to standard polythene.


Originally Polyair™ was an oxy-degradable polythene developed at a time when everyone thought that oxy-degradable products were the optimum solution. This view has now changed: there is little benefit in a material which degrades completely in two or three years – the atmosphere simply turns it into flakes and particles.


How Does Polyair™ Work?

Rather than being oxy-degradable, our new Polyair™ material is bio-based. Polyair™ is made from sugar cane waste, and it’s the process of photosynthesis as the plant grows that makes this product carbon neutral and the raw material remain 100% recyclable.

The sugar cane actively captures CO2 from the atmosphere, while at the same time releasing oxygen – making this material not just green, but proactively green.


Polyair™ specifications:

  • Available to use for pallet wrap 
  • Made from sugar cane
  • Improves your green credentials
  • PAS2050 carbon neutral certified
  • 100% recyclable
  • LDPE (4) can be recycled but it is not widely recycled via kerbside collection systems throughout the UK. Check with the Local Authority to determine if it is collected for recycling in a particular area.

Natural Polyair™ Hand Stretch Pallet Wrap

Excluding Sales Tax

Polyair™ LDPE is made from sustainable raw material which is derived from Sugar Cane. 

When sugar cane is processed to make sugar, the cane is pressed 5 times to extract the sugar juice. 

The first two presses produce food safe sugar for human consumption and the remaining 3 presses are used to produce ethanol. 

For the last 30-40 years, ethanol has been sold as a bio fuel but recent advances in technology allow the ethanol to be converted into ethylene, which is where Polyair™ polyethylene comes from.  (LDPE = Low Density Polyethylene, aka Polythene)