We’re proud to be featured in some incredible online and offline publications

TAFE Excellence Awards Winner

Rebecca completed her TAFE NSW course in 2020, gaining certification as a Polymer Technician which has helped her transition from a 15-year career in government administration to start a successful non-profit social enterprise business.

Recycle car bumper bars Katie Turner Podcast

Bec Healy: The Switch from Plastics

Episode 16: Bec Healy: The Switch from Plastics

Switch The Sitch with Bec Healy founder of Boxhead plastics. Talking about how Bec changed her 15 year career with government to starting and running a non profit social enterprise

Recycle car bumper bars Hornsby Media Chamber of Commerce

Hornsby Chamber of Commerce Spotlights Boxhead Plastics

Boxhead Plastics – Your local social enterprise, manufacturing golf tees from scrap car bumper bars and diverting this plastic waste from our local landfill

Bec Healy speaking with the Berowra Sustainability Co-Op

This is a fabulous example of a local company creating a circular economy with locally sourced products and packaging, to create a useful way to reuse plastics and reduce landfill.  

What People Say

“As your first customer to purcase golf tees made from recycled automotive bumper bars, we have successfully used this quality product to promote our own automotive plastic recycling initiatives in Victoria

-D.S McLean Business Advisor GT Recycling Pty Ltd
“I have used the wedge golf tees round after round, I liked them so much I bought 100 boxes as corporate gifts. Our company name and logo looks brilliant on the boxes and our clients love hearing about how the tees are made.

-Michael Doran, Director, Webb Martin Consulting Pty Ltd
“The tees are wonderful. So far I haven't dinted or compressed the top (which would cause the ball to fall off). They penetrate the ground easily and are at the perfect height for a driver. I also haven't lost my first one yet, which is saying something. By the by its fair to say I have played a bit of golf in my time and gone through (tested) thousands of tees. I play at Royal Queensland Golf Club with a two stroke handicap”

- Brad Dalton, SmartTech Australia