Vinyl Siding Reycling
Millions of pounds of post-consumer vinyl are recycled every year, and even more vinyl is recovered and recycled at the manufacturing level. Many finished vinyl construction products contain some amount recycled material.
Separating vinyl siding out from your other construction and demolition material can save you money, and provides jobs for adults with disabilities.
Vinyl siding is reclaimed, melted down, and formed into new siding. The material contains about 80% polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a material difficult to recycle, so properly recycling vinyl siding is a great way to alleviate any environmental concerns with PVC.