VinylPlus, the Voluntary Commitment to sustainable development of the European PVC industry, recycled 771,313 tonnes of PVC in 2019 – more than 96% of the programme’s 2020 target.
2020 is a hugely significant year for Freefoam Building Products, as the company marks 30 years of trading.
Rembrand Timber has said its sales of PVC roofline have shot up rapidly, courtesy of Freefoam Building Products.
The 2020 edition of the VinylPlus Sustainability Forum, themed #CIRCULARVINYL, will focus on the key sustainability challenges and transformation for the vinyl industry in the years to come, both in the European and global contexts.
RecoMed, the PVC takeback scheme for single-use medical devices, has launched its new website – www.recomed.co.uk – in response to rising interest from the healthcare sector in reducing and recycling plastic waste.
General Building Plastics has been working closely with Freefoam since 1994, and has found Freefoam’s support to be invaluable.
The UK is second in Europe in collecting and recycling waste PVC – Recovinyl®, the PVC industry’s recycling scheme, was the largest contributor to this total.
Freefoam Building Products have launched a new video to illustrate how PVC roofline products work seamlessly as part of a wider home improvement offering.
Renderplas MD, Daniel Leedham-Green, is ensuring that the production of PVC beads actually contributes to a sustainable environment rather than harming it.
More ambitious roofing and general builders merchants are now seeing the potential and benefits of stocking Freefoam fascia, soffit and gutter alongside their existing ranges.