Recycle your used UPVC and
GET PAID THE SAME DAY
Giving UPVC windows another life! UPVC is one of the most recyclable plastics out there. It can be recycled up to 15 times and given that windows have an average life span of 20 years, the same UPVC could last for centuries. It perfoms highly even after being recycled which makes it very popular for end users who are able to use a sustainable product which performs in the same way as it’s virgin counterpart but at a cheaper price.
With 20 years of active trading experience in the rubber and plastics industry the company has felt it prudent to take control of its own product and make a natural move into processing. As of the end of 2019 EURO EXIM UPVC RECYCLING now accepts deliveries of scrap windows at its faciltity in Walkden, Greater Manchester to produce a clean shredded UPVC product. This product is then moved on to the next phase of the UPVC recycling process, before eventually being recycled into another window or UPVC product.
4 simple steps
Collect up your UPVC
Call in to our depot
Get paid, Same day
Locate our recycle depot
UPVC Recycle Centre
Unit 46, Oakhill 61 Trading Estate, Walkden, M28 3PT
At Euro Exim, we are proud to announce a new division of services. We have taken the twenty years of experience in the international trading of plastics and rubbers and are applying our technical knowledge to the recycling of uPVC.
Our brand new depot, equipped with our weighbridge will allow businesses and individuals to get paid same day for bringing their uPVC to be recycled.
We are driven by the dual purpose to make sure windows are diverted away from the landfill as well as ensuring that a robust material like uPVC is given a new life in the most sustainable way.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is UPVC plastic?
UPVC stands for unplasticized polyvinyl chloride. UPVC is most commonly used in creating window and door frames for double glazing because of its properties and strength. It is also used for making pipes.
What is the difference between uPVC and PVC ?
PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is a strong and lightweight material used in a multitude of building works. PVC is made softer and made more flexible by introducing plasticizers in the manufacturing process. If these plasticizers are not added the material is known as UPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride) which is a more rigid substance used mainly in window and door frames.
Can I recycle PVC?
Yes you can recycle PVC. Thanks to to its durability PVC (polyvinyl chroride) can easily be recycled. It can be reduced to polymer at high temperatures which can then be reused in other products.
Interested in seeing how we can help your business?
Mon-Fri: 8:30am – 6pm
Sat: 2pm – 6pm
Processing Facility Hours
Mon-Fri: 8am – 5pm