UK-based PVC recycler VEKA Recycling is to launch its high-quality PVC-U recyclate made from post-consumer window frames.
It will reveal the PVC-U pellet and micronised (pulver) product at the K exhibition in Germany in October.
Following significant investment in its state-of-the-art processing equipment at its site in Kent, the company can now supply the product to UK and European markets.
It will be joining colleagues from Germany and France at the exhibition to reveal the new product.
VEKA Recycling UK managing director Tony Cattini said: “The VEKA Recycling Group has more than two decades’ recycling experience producing pellatised material that can be used in many new extrusion products, including new windows, making it a strong and reliable partner in the PVC-U industry. With our additional UK processing capacity, we’re looking to the future with great interest and expectation.”
Established in the UK in 2007, VEKA Recycling has an annual 20,000 tonnes recycling capacity at its facility in Swanscombe, Kent. It is part of the VEKA Recycling Group which has processing facilities in three European countries.