PVCR, part of the REHAU group, has launched a brand new website to make it easier than ever to access all the latest information about PVC recycling and how fabricators and installers can get involved by selling their unwanted PVC.
The new website – www.pvcr.co.uk – went live on 20th November, and features a clean, user-friendly and interactive design. It has informative sections about what the recycling plant does, who it works with and why PVC recycling is so important for the environment. In addition it features a fascinating animated video showing the journey that an old PVC-U window goes on from arriving at the plant to being made into material that REHAU can use to make new window profiles.
One of the major new features of the website is its live chat function, allowing users to ask any questions they may have about PVC recycling or how to become a feedstock supplier and get them answered instantly by PVCR. The website also features the contact details of the company’s dedicated purchasing manager, Luke Jones, who recently joined the team at PVCR.
Luke said: “PVC recycling is growing in popularity but lots of fabricators and installers are still unsure about how the process works and how they can get involved. Through the revamped website, we hope to be able to answer all their burning questions, but if there’s anything else they need to know, they can either chat to us online for an instant reply or pick up the phone and speak to me and my team directly.”
General Manager at PVCR, Richard Hardstaff, has spent his entire career in the plastic and recycling industries, and has seen outputs at PVCR double since 2014. He said: “PVC recycling enables window installers and fabricators to manage their PVC waste more effectively, by selling it to PVCR as an environmentally friendly and socially responsible alternative to sending it to landfill. Sustainability is a hot topic right now and the time is now for installers and fabricators to get involved.”
Log on to www.pvcr.co.uk to see the new website.