Vinyl siding recycling in Delaware

Vinyl siding is a type of exterior cladding material used for residential and commercial buildings. It’s made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin and designed to mimic the appearance of traditional wood siding while offering greater durability and low maintenance.

Is Vinyl siding recyclable?

Vinyl siding is recyclable, but the recycling process can be challenging due to the nature of the material. While PVC, the primary component of vinyl siding, can be recycled, it requires specialized recycling facilities equipped to handle PVC recycling. The recycling process involves collecting used vinyl siding, processing it to remove contaminants, and then reprocessing the PVC to create new products.

We buy Vinyl siding for recycling in Delaware

We buy Vinyl siding for recycling in bulk. If you have accumulated plastic scrap from PVC siding – let us know and we will buy it from you.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What is PVC 3 plastic?

PVC 3 plastic is a type of plastic identified with the recycling code number 3, which stands for polyvinyl chloride. It is widely used in the manufacturing of construction materials, pipes, electrical cable insulation, and various other products.

Can vinyl siding be recycled in Delaware?

Yes – Vinyl siding can be recycled here in all Delaware's cities (Wilmington, Dover, Newark and other) and all states in US.

What are the alternatives to recycling vinyl siding in Delaware?

Reusing them is the ideal alternative – however landfilling is the only other disposal siding option.
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