Press release via CNC Recycling:
National UPVC Recycling company CNC Recycling marked a significant milestone in the company’s growth by being shortlisted for two awards at this year’s G23 Awards.
They have been shortlisted for Best Business Initiative of the Year and Customer Care Initiative of the Year.
Sales Director Ian Ward of CNC Recycling said “ We are incredibly proud to be dual finalists at this prestigious event alongside so many great companies, for us being shortlisted is an incredible achievement in itself. To be recognised in this manner is a testament to our team’s dedication and hard work which embodies the whole ethos and spirit of CNC Recycling.
I am very fortunate to work with colleagues who are passionate and care about the recycling of old windows and we look forward to the 2023 G-Awards”
This means that CNC Recycling have now been shortlisted for six awards across three sectors as they are also finalists for three awards at the National Fenestration Awards as well as being shortlisted for the “Recycling Company of the Year” at the MRW National Recycling Awards.
As an Independent company this year has been a hugely significant for CNC Recycling who have grown from a single North East operation right through to the significant investment and installation of their brand new state-of-the-art recycling facility that can clean and refine UPVC to the highest possible standards.
This was the next natural step for the company in the UPVC recycling process to create a closed loop as one of the big hurdles in reuse is processing UPVC so that it can be used effectively into the extrusion of new products.
To further support its customers to reduce their waste on site, CNC Recycling has committed to their glass cullet recycling scheme which is growing with a second site imminent in the North West of England. This has enabled CNC Recycling to provide a post-consumer glass recycling service to installers buy collecting their old IGU’s for free from site. This material is processed at our site into clean glass cullet which can be fed directly into the manufacture of new float glass.
These developments consolidates CNC Recycling’s long term commitment to creating sustainable products into the future of UPVC recycling to ensure this primary source of raw materials is never lost. This enables the process of recycling old windows and doors back into new products within the fenestration Industry.
CNC Recycling continue to be heavily committed to recycling every piece of UPVC waste created as we look to be THE trusted and reliable partner to the fenestration industry.
For more information about CNC Recycling visit www.upvc-recycling.com email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01642 983188
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