SALAMANDER MEMBERSHIPS & ASSOCIATION WORK
ONE INDUSTRY– ONE OBJECTIVE
“We stick together!” That is the Salamander motto when it comes to association work in the PVC industry for windows and doors. The group is particularly committed to supporting recyclability initiatives.
EPPA, the European PVC Window Profile and Related Building Products Association, is the political special interest group for European PVC profile manufacturers, and Salamander is an active member. The Association seeks to achieve and communicate Europe-wide sustainable solutions to technical, economic and institutional issues. EPPA supports the voluntary initiative VinylPlus® to shape a sustainable future with Europe.
Find out more at: www.eppa-profiles.eu
Salamander is an active member of VinylPlus®, the voluntary sustainable development association for the European PVC industry. The precursor of the initiative was Vinyl 2010, whose work VinylPlus® has been continuing since 2011. The initiative is committed to addressing the global challenges and priorities of environmentally friendly development until 2020, to raise awareness of sustainability throughout the PVC value chain. One objective is to recycle 800,000 tonnes of PVC by 2020. The window profile sector, including Salamander, is making a significant contribution to achieving this target.
Find out more at: www.vinylplus.eu
Since 2002, Salamander has been part of the recycling initiative Rewindo, which brings together the leading German PVC profile manufacturers. The voluntary initiative is a clearing house that records volumes and aims to increase recycling for old PVC windows, shutters and doors and their reuse in new products, and to promote efficient production. The growing amount of recyclable material is testimony to this success.
Find out more at: www.rewindo.de
The Fenster + Fassade association is an independent professional organisation that represents the interests of all leading manufacturers in the window, door and façade segment, systems and trading partners and installation firms in Germany. The association covers all materials and speaks for the industry on all relevant issues in dialogue with politicians, the market and the media. Salamander joined organisation back in 1995.
Find out more at: www.window.de/verband-fenster-fassade