PVC Recycling

We are specialists in PVC recycling. We offer an innovative solution to recycling your old windows and doors and transforming them into brand new products. Our aim is for a more sustainable environment through reusing old profiles and turning them into high-quality products.

PVC recycling is easy with our fantastic process. Our aim is to reduce landfill waste and help to sustain the environment. VEKA Recycling was founded in the UK in 2007 and have been striving to help save the eco-system ever since. This is where our fantastic customers play their part.

Benefit from our unique recycling process that takes old, underperforming windows and doors and turns them into new products for you to purchase. This cost-effective, easy and quick solution will ensure you are choosing the best with our PVC recycling.

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Our PVC recycling process is easy, helping to promote sustainability. Wasting plastic and throwing it onto tips is not only expensive but can cause unnecessary environmental issues for decades. However, our work at VEKA is here to change that.

1.The process of PVC recycling starts with your old windows, which have reached the end of their lifespan. We can then come and collect them from you to put less strain on you having to travel. Alternatively, you can come and drop these off at our HQ if this is a more convenient option for your company.

2. Not only do we take old windows, as well as doors, but we also remove off-cuts from you. We can transform these into new double glazing products too. You won’t have to concern yourself with removing each component of the window, as we do all of that at our centre.

3. The PVC recycling at our centre starts with the plastic put through a mechanical shredder. This makes it easier to organise each component. If the products have metals and magnetic material, then we can easily remove these. This also includes the removal of handles and hardware.

4. Using innovative, state-of-the-art machinery at our headquarters, we sort the individual pieces into colours. These are then cleverly compressed down into smaller, easy-to-handle pieces. The materials are arranged based on the size and colour, and how they will be used.

5. The compression stage consists of pelletisation of the pieces. The filtration system works to convert the PVC into durable pellets, free from contamination. The pellets are small, round pieces of PVC which can then be transformed into brand new windows and doors. Therefore, by disposing of old PVC, we can manufacture them into a range of high-performance home improvement products.

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We strive to be as sustainable as possible here at VEKA. Our process of PVC recycling means you won’t have to dump on landfill. As well as this, the method of manufacturing brand new windows will save you buying brand-new PVC products at a higher price. The windows we supply can be reused up to ten times. They are designed to rival some of the top window products on the market in terms of performance.

Quick and Easy

Our process means that we can come to you to collect the PVC windows and doors from you. We can come to your location in our low emission fleet, taking every part of the window. This includes the hardware, glass and metal parts, as we will sort this out once it reaches our recycling centre. This makes disposing of old PVC windows and doors simple and easy for you.


Not only are tips and landfills detrimental to the environment, but they are expensive to use. We offer competitive prices to dispose of old PVC windows and doors, giving you an ideal solution. As well as this, by transforming old PVC units into new ones, we don’t charge as much as other companies do. Yet our products are still made to an exceptionally high quality.

PVC Recycling Prices

Choose VEKA for your PVC recycling. We offer nationwide service and can travel to your location to pick up your PVC windows and doors. With our innovative recycling process, you can benefit from a cheaper solution.

We would love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to fill out our online contact form. You can call our office directly on 01933 427750, and we’ll happily answer any questions you have for us.

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