Our industry, as with all other industries, sectors and societies all over the world are having to come to terms with climate change. Our production, consumption and transportation of all goods and services are impacting the health of the planet and all that live on it. Fenestration has its part to play along with all others. But where there is challenge, there is opportunity. With DGB E.C.O I want to shine a light on the efforts being made across the sector to be more sustainable and planet-friendly. I also want to demonstrate that in recycling and post-consumer waste, there is a whole new industry being born out of our already long established one.
E.C.O N E W S
C L O S E D L O O P M A N U F A C T U R I N G
Learn more about closed loop manufacturing, how it can benefit society and find out more about PVCu recycling
D I D Y O U K N O W ?
As the industry begins to understand it’s environmental responsibilities, Eurocell went to the public to ask if they knew if PVCu could be recycled.
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T H E T R U T H A B O U T P V C U
Sustainability is now the industry’s biggest issue to tackle. More so now than even the skills crisis. The pace of societal change is immense. Every industry on earth is having to very quickly adapt to demonstrate to the general public that it can be more sustainable and friendlier to planet Earth. Our industry is no exception. Across the entire fenestration sector we have to undergo rapid, root and branch evolution if we are to show to the outside world we can be better, and that we can help contribute to the wider global effort of trying to save our planet. Failure to do so, and the consequences will only be catastrophic.