VEKA recycling has moved premises after outgrowing its previous facility in six months
UK-based PVC recycler, VEKA Recycling, has moved to a new 18,000 sq. ft. site in Stourbridge after outgrowing its former premises in Birmingham after six months.
Due to the expansion of its PVC collection and size reduction operation, the company says relocation to bigger premises will allow it to offer a better service to its customers.
The company collects waste PVC material from window installers and waste management companies before it is reduced in size and sent in 24-tonne loads to its Kent facility. The material is then processed to a high standard of purity for use in new goods, such as PVC-U windows and other plastic building products.
“We have added a new 18-tonne curtain-sided collection vehicle at the [new] site, which is conveniently located close to major motorways and further underlines our commitment to recycling even more post-industrial and post-consumer PVC window frame material,” commented Simon Scholes, Business Administration Manager for VEKA Recycling.