Recycling & Green Initiatives

Improveasy completes MBO

CEO of Improveasy has completed a management buyout

“Sustainability should be built in,” poll reveals

UK homeowners expect built in sustainability for their windows and doors, new research suggests

Inspired by Veka Recycling

Scotia Windows and Doors' partnership with Veka Recycling has spurred the business to further reduce its carbon footprint

86% don’t know PVC-U can be recycled, poll reveals

86% of UK homeowners do not know that PVC-U windows and doors can be, and are being, recycled, according to new research commissioned by Deceuninck

Glazing group visits high-tech recycling plant

Veka Recycling has hosted representatives of the Glass and Glazing Federation

Poll shows consumers shun ‘plastic’

Research has found that almost half (44%) of UK homeowners would not purchase home improvement products containing plastics because of environmental concerns

Mumford and Wood goes carbon-neutral

Essex-based Mumford and Wood has been awarded carbon-neutral status

Coming soon: Low-carbon fuel for glass furnaces

Thanks to Glass Futures researchers, trials to establish low-carbon alternative fuels for glass furnaces are currently underway

Timber: Not so last century

Is it time for installers to open their doors more widely to timber? George Barnsdale's managing director sets out the case

Deceuninck research reveals sustainability trend

Nearly 70% of UK homeowners want sustainable windows and doors, according to analysis released by Deceuninck