VinylPlus, Committed to Sustainable Development

VinylPlus® is the European PVC industry’s commitment to sustainable development, working to improve the sustainability performance of PVC. PVC is one of the most widely used plastics in the world with a wide range of long-life applications such as window frames, pipes, flooring, cables, sport equipment, furniture and a range of lifesaving medical devices. PVC can be recycled multiple times, and VinylPlus works to do just this!

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The Progress Report 2022 is out!
25 May 2022

The Progress Report 2022 is out!

In occasion of the 10th VinylPlus Sustainability Forum, we have just released our Progress Report 2022, reporting on our 2021 activities. Despite the difficult economic conditions, 810,775 tonnes o...
VinylPlus Sustainability Forum 2022: Registrations open
31 March 2022

VinylPlus Sustainability Forum 2022: Registrations open

Registrations are now open for the VinylPlus Sustainability Forum 2022> Focused on the theme Embracing EU Green Deal Ambitions, the VinylPlus Sustainability Forum 2022 will feature keynote sp...
PolyREC® launches RecoTrace™, the multi-polymer data collection system to record European recycled plastic data
16 February 2022

PolyREC® launches RecoTrace™, the multi-polymer data collection system to record European recycled plastic data

PolyREC®, the association that monitors, verifies and reports on European recycled plastics, is now recognised as an official Data Collector for the Circular Plastics Alliance (CPA). Thanks to RecoTr...
VinylPlus® Med Accelerates Sustainability in Belgian Healthcare
18 October 2021

VinylPlus® Med Accelerates Sustainability in Belgian Healthcare

VinylPlus® Med officially launches its pilot medical PVC recycling scheme in Belgium. Aimed at accelerating sustainability in healthcare across Europe through the recycling of discarded single-use PV...

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Carlos Alvarez Pereira – Club of Rome and UNESCO Chair on Global Understanding for Sustainability

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