Deceuninck UK is a finalist in two G21 categories with nominations for Best New Product for its Heritage Flush Door and Best Sustainability Initiative.

The company has the capacity to reprocess up to 45,000 tonnes of post-consumer and post-manufacturing PVC-U per year – the equivalent of preventing 2-3 million windows going to landfill. It has invested €15million in its recycling capability since the beginning of 2019 and now boasts the largest dry blending facility in Europe.

MD Rob McGlennon said: “As we emerge from Covid, the industry will see a fundamental shift towards operating more sustainably. At Deceuninck, sustainability is embedded as a core value within our organisation, it’s becoming a key driver for product innovation, it presents new opportunities for our customers and a better, more desirable, product to the user.”

Deceuninck’s Heritage Flush Door builds on the success of the G17 winning Heritage Flush Window. 

“Demand for premium flush products and for colour has never been higher – our customers have been exceptionally well placed to benefit from that with our Heritage Flush Collection,” said Rob. “It’s great to see that so many of them have also been nominated as finalists at the G21 Awards.”

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