On April 23, 2019, AZEK Building Products – the sister company of Vycom Corp., both divisions of The AZEK Company – unveiled its new green recycling plant in Wilmington, OH. This dedicated facility accepts post-consumer and post-industrial recycled polyethylene materials from recyclers, waste management companies and municipalities for reprocessing into multiple product lines including TimberTech® deck boards and Vycom® sheet products.
On April 23, 2019, AZEK Building Products – the sister company of Vycom Corp., both divisions of The AZEK Company – unveiled its new green recycling plant in Wilmington, OH. This dedicated facility accepts post-consumer and post-industrial recycled polyethylene materials from recyclers, waste management companies and municipalities for reprocessing into multiple product lines including TimberTech® deck boards and Vycom® sheet products. The company will continue with its commitment to be good stewards of the environment by exploring ways to recycle other types of plastic waste across multiple markets and end-uses. Below is the full text of the announcement made by AZEK Building Products on April 26, 2019:
AZEK Building Products Unveils Their New Green Recycling Plant
Now the same people who build incredibly beautiful decks are laying the groundwork for eco-friendly sustainability in manufacturing as well. Because AZEK Building Products has opened a brand new 100,000+ square foot green facility totally committed to using recycled materials.Advertisement
The new TimberTech Recycling Plant in Wilmington, Ohio, aims to do a world of good for planet Earth. Plastic and wood materials sourced by recyclers are being used to create the core of all TimberTech composite PRO and EDGE deck boards (both made with 100% recycled resin). More than 55 million pounds of plastic is expected to be recycled this summer alone, transforming shampoo bottles, milk jugs, plastic wrap and more into dazzling, durable decking material.
Our goal is to recycle up to 200 million pounds of waste material by 2020, and this plant is a major step forward. It contains a high efficiency, continuous manufacturing line – featuring advanced technologies from Europe, the leader in sustainability and recycling – that turns recycled products into raw material that can be molded into a composite. Throughout the manufacturing process, unique sampling locations have been positioned to ensure quality requirements, and technicians collect these samples and test for quality using state-of-the-art analytics to ensure all material standards are maintained.
Additionally, the facility uses energy efficient systems for power, water, heating/cooling and lighting. The plant was unveiled at a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, April 23.Advertisement
From saving trees and reducing waste to conserving water and having energy efficient facilities, we’re proud to offer high-quality products made from up to 80% recycled material in our TimberTech PRO and EDGE decking lines. So join us as we Go Against the Grain, challenge the status quo and build towards a better tomorrow. Because now more than ever, sustainability matters.
To learn more about the sustainability efforts of AZEK Building Products, visit www.timbertech.com/about/sustainability.
About AZEK Building ProductsAdvertisement
AZEK Building Products manufactures home building materials under two divisions: TimberTech and AZEK Exteriors. TimberTech offers a premium portfolio of capped polymer and capped composite decking – as well as railing, porch, lighting and paver products – while AZEK Exteriors manufactures distinctly unique trim and moulding. Together the brands present homeowners, builders, architects, dealers and contractors with a comprehensive suite of first-rate products that are long lasting, sustainable alternatives to wood. AZEK is headquartered in Chicago, IL (with plants in OH and PA) and also owns Minneapolis-based Ultralox railing systems.
About Vycom Corp.
Vycom, a division of The AZEK Company, manufactures market-leading brands of highly innovative plastic sheet products designed replace wood, metal, and other traditional materials in a variety of applications. The company’s extensive inventory and product offerings provide its customers with the convenience of single-source purchasing and the ability to maximize efficiency. Vycom’s manufacturing agility places it in a prime position to be the essential partner in creating solutions that optimize quality and performance, and in providing a more sustainable future. For more information, visit www.vycomplastics.com.
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