Why Recycled Plastic CNC Routed Signs?

  • Won't rust or rot
  • Impact-resistant
  • Won't crack or peel
  • Non-toxic
  • Waterproof
  • Easy to clean
  • Won't delaminate
  • Fade-resistant
  • Won't splinter
  • Spray paint won't stick
  • No maintenance

Recycled Plastic CNC Routed Signs

The use of recycled materials is extremely important in today's world. Choosing products made of recycled materials is an environmentally-friendly decision which reduces deforestation and diverts waste away from landfills. Signs made by Custom Sign & Design use HDPE (high-density polyethylene) which is primarily derived from plastic milk jugs. An average recycled plastic parking block uses about 300 milk jugs, and a standard 8-foot picnic table uses about 3,200 milk jugs. That's a lot of recycling! And not only are our products made of recycled plastic, they were fully recyclable themselves.

In addition to being eco-friendly, recycled plastic provides numerous advantages when compared to other products made of non-renewable materials like wood or concrete:

  • Recycled plastic products are long-lasting and virtually maintenance-free.
  • Recycled plastic products never need to be treated or painted, and are resistant to most graffiti
  • Recycled plastic products do not splinter, crack, chip, absorb moisture, or rot
  • Recycled plastic products are resistant to salt, acids, and bacteria.
  • Recycled plastic products are unaffected by termites, rodents, worms, marine parasites, or other insects
  • Recycled plastic products do not leech or bleed toxins or carcinogens into the soil or marine ecology
  • Recycled plastic products are resistant to UV, mold, and mildew.
  • Recycled plastic products are easy to clean.

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In the gallery below, you can see some of our completed routed sign projects. NOTE: Many routed signs are created in two colors, but multiple colors are possible utilizing poured resin and/or embedded images. Just click on any of the thumbnails below to see a larger image.