Cromwell News

Cromwell Polythene at the Cleaning Show to showcase redesigned disposable gloves and extensive portfolio of products to boost recycling

This month we’re delighted to be returning to the Cleaning Show (19-21 March at ExCeL) where we’ll be showcasing our extensive range of products to help make the world cleaner, greener and more economical. Visitors to Stand C27 will be able to sample a re-designed version of our Wave® range of disposable gloves. These now … Continued

Natural (clear) Sacks

Cromwell Polythene is supporting a new recycling on the go initiative for Leeds city centre – ‘Leeds By Example’, launched 9 October. The company, which supplies a range of polythene products to aid recycling, will provide over 20,000 bags made from recycled material to support the campaign over its six-month duration. The project created by … Continued

Cromwell Polythene shows it Leeds by Example by supporting a new on the go recycling project, including donating bags for recycling and volunteering

Cromwell Polythene is supporting a new recycling on the go initiative for Leeds city centre – ‘Leeds By Example’, launched 9 October. The company, which supplies a range of polythene products to aid recycling, will provide over 20,000 bags made from recycled material to support the campaign over its six-month duration. The project created by … Continued

Happy birthday to us – 35 years and getting stronger!

I’m proud to say that today marks a landmark anniversary for Cromwell Polythene – it’s our 35th anniversary – happy birthday to us! Since the company formed on 1 October 1983, it was initially a long, slow burn but, after years of hard work and dedication, our independent, family run business is now thriving. We’ll … Continued

Comparison beach litter research to mark Recycle Week from Cromwell Polythene indicates a reduction in littering.

Benefits of recycling championed during awareness week Results from a comparison beach cleaning and litter surveying programme by Cromwell Polythene as part of its 35th anniversary activity and to mark Recycle Week (24 September – 30 September) indicate levels of seaside rubbish have decreased. This follow up to similar research conducted by Cromwell Polythene during … Continued