VEKA fabricator Andrew Wright Windows has recently completed an exciting contract with Dundee City Council; using the Infinity suite of recycled profiles for the replacement of 124 windows in council houses in the area.
The VEKA Infinity profile, containing up to 80% recycled content, the only profile tested to BS EN12608, along with other outstanding attributes, was the perfect choice to meet the high specification required by Dundee City Council for its replacement window contracts.
MD Charlie Berry said: “We are pleased to be able to offer a recycled window, plus Dundee City Council specified the manufacturer had ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 accreditations, requirements that we easily met.”
After Luton Borough Council became the first UK borough to switch entirely to recycled PVC-U for all window replacements earlier this year, many more are now following suit. More recently, the Church of England Diocese of Winchester made the changeover to Infinity windows for all future replacements in its 250 clergy houses.