The AZEK Company Inc. the industry-leading manufacturer of beautiful, low-maintenance and environmentally sustainable outdoor living products, including TimberTech® decking, Versatex® and AZEK® Trim, and StruXure™ pergolas, today announced a PVC recycling alliance with DTG Recycle, the largest recycler of construction and demolition (C&D) waste in the Pacific Northwest. The alliance expands AZEK’s FULL-CIRCLE PVC Recycling program to now include the collection of PVC-based C&D debris.
“We are excited about what this C&D recycling alliance with DTG Recycle represents – a new recovery channel for PVC waste and scrap that might be otherwise destined for landfills,” said AZEK CEO Jesse Singh. “AZEK’s goal is to recycle one billion pounds of waste and scrap annually by the end of 2026. To achieve this ambition, and, ultimately, to advance and sustain a circular economy, it is imperative to find new solutions and new partners whose leadership, capabilities and sustainability goals match our own. We have found that and more in DTG Recycle.”
“PVC has always challenged the C&D recycling community,” says Tom Vaughn, CEO of DTG Recycle. “This is a big win for the construction industry and communities throughout the Pacific Northwest, as this alliance both creates an open-loop recycling solution for otherwise landfill bound debris and helps further protect the local and regional environments for everyone to enjoy. We are honored that AZEK and Return Polymers chose us as their partner to offer this new sustainable end market to our region.”