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SPONSORED FEATURE


VEKA is leading the way in the future of recycled PVCu


T


his month, VEKA plc has unveiled plans to grow usage of recycled material beyond its existing


Infinity system. VEKA has been the industry leader in


recycling and sustainability throughout its history with the first VEKA recycling plant opening in Germany in 1993. In 2007, VEKA Recycling opened its doors, the UK’s first windows recycling plant. Last year, the company’s ongoing commitment to sustainability has seen VEKA Recycling invest £150k in six new silos to increase the storage capacity at its state-of-the-art Wellingborough recycling plant, the most advanced of its kind in Europe.


VEKA plc led the way in recycling PVCu launching its Infinity profile in 2010 - a dedicated system with an environmental conscience that contains up to 80 per cent recycled material. The coming months will see VEKA


start to roll out recycled material across a number of its mainline profiles starting with cills and following with frame extensions with potential to expand further throughout the course of the year. VEKA has committed to a strong focus in driving further usage of recycled PVCu in the coming years. Recycling has become a crucial part of VEKA’s strategy and over the last five years more than 24,000 tonnes of


PVCu has been diverted from landfill. Dawn Stockell, Marketing Director of VEKA plc commented: “Recycling and sustainability are a core focus as part of our overall CSR commitment and a key objective for both VEKA plc and the broader group. Our investment into future proofing our products has seen us increase our co-extrusion capability, replacing aging tools with co-extrusion tools allowing for greater use of recycled PVCu. Committed to driving increased usage of recycled compound, our partnership with growing sister company, VEKA Recycling, will ensure that together we continue to make best-in-class PVCu window systems that care about the environment and can continue to be recycled for years to come.”


01282 716611 www.veka.co.uk


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