Recycling uPVC Window Frames
Recycling uPVC window frames couldn’t be easier with us here at VEKA Recycling. We work together with our sister company VEKA Compounds, to turn uPVC window frames into eco-friendly pellets. These pellets can be used to turn them into new uPVC window frames or other sustainable uPVC products.
We have been recycling uPVC window frames for years, starting in Europe, before bringing our process to the UK. We have developed a sustainable approach to recycling uPVC window frames. From collection to compression, our innovative process will effectively recycle any old materials that you have.
We encourage all of our customers to become as sustainable as possible. There are many benefits to recycling uPVC window frames. Firstly, it is obviously great for the environment and will also be extremely cost-effective. Once recycled, new uPVC window frames are not compromised on their performance.
uPVC Window Frame Recycling Process
We have created a recycling system for uPVC window frames that can be compressed into pellets. Each of our steps in our process has been designed to be as eco-friendly as possible. From the beginning, we use low-emission vehicles and choose routes that require less time driving on the road.
Once the uPVC window frames have been collected and bought to our facility, it is time to go through the material. The uPVC window frames get shredded into smaller pieces. This allows us to easily go through the excess material and sort through the different materials within the uPVC window frame.
When the uPVC window frames have been shredded and sorted by size, we go through the material bit by bit. We take away any metals and non-uPVC material. This includes hardware accessories, which we can remove with our machinery. We want to make things easier for you when recycling uPVC window frames.
It is important for us to provide fabricators, installers and homeowners with pure materials. We continue to sift through the uPVC window frame material, removing unnecessary materials and colours. This is to ensure that by the end of the process, as much of the uPVC window material can be recycled.
At the end, there is raw uPVC window frame material. We then put this material into a melt filtration system, which gets turned over to our sister company. VEKA Compounds then provides eco-friendly pellets which can be used for other uPVC materials, such as window frames and cills.
uPVC Window Frame Recycling Benefits
Everyone has a responsibility to become environmentally friendly. Sometimes it can be difficult to find the right ways to look after our environment. This is why we try to make it as accessible as possible to recycle uPVC window frames. With easy transportation routes and free collection bags, it has never been easier to recycle uPVC window frames with us.
Protecting Our Planet
One of the main reasons we recycle uPVC window frames is to look after our planet. A lot of unnecessary waste ends up in landfills. This can be extremely costly and can cause damage to natural habitats. uPVC window frames can be recycled up to ten times and do not affect the window’s performance once recycled. Let’s look after the planet together.
There is a lot of guidance regarding how to become more sustainable. However, for businesses, there are requirements for becoming greener. From thermal performance to recycling, there are laws to help us become sustainable. When you choose to work with us, you can rely on us to provide you with uPVC window frame recycling that meets the latest industry regulations.
uPVC Window Frame Recycling Prices
Recycling uPVC window frames is a great investment, especially when it comes to the long-term environmental benefits. Waste in landfills can become very expensive to maintain, so by reducing this waste; we are helping the economy. If you would like to learn more about recycling uPVC window frames, please get in touch.
You can use our online contact form to send us a message, and one of our friendly team will get back to you as soon as possible. If you prefer to chat with someone directly, you can give us a ring on 01933 427750. We look forward to hearing from you and working together more sustainable for our planet.