Dekko partners with Saint-Gobain to launch on-site glass recycling unit

Leading trade fabricator Dekko Window Systems has announced a new partnership with Saint-Gobain to install an on-site glass recycling unit at their Lancashire headquarters.

The new initiative will enable Dekko to collect and recycle old and unwanted glass units from customers, diverting waste from landfill and reusing the materials in their manufacturing processes.

This commitment to sustainability aligns with Dekko’s long-standing focus on environmental responsibility and reflects a growing trend within the industry.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Saint-Gobain on this important project,” comments Dekko Sales Director Kurt Greatrex.

“The new on-site glass recycling unit represents a significant step forward in our sustainability efforts, allowing us to reduce our environmental impact and offer our customers a more eco-friendly solution for waste glass disposal.

“Sustainability is a major priority for Dekko, and we believe it’s crucial for the wider industry to embrace more sustainable practices.

“This partnership with Saint-Gobain demonstrates our commitment to leading the way in this area and providing our customers with products that are not only high performing, but also environmentally responsible.”

Dekko is a leading trade fabricator of uPVC and aluminium windows and doors, supplying a comprehensive range of market-leading products to trade installers across the UK.

Their product portfolio includes uPVC windows and doors from Deceuninck, Residence Collection windows, and aluminium windows and doors from Reynaers and Decalu.

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