The sustainability of PVC products demands commitment

RENOLIT supports Initiative VinylPlus


VinylPlus is a voluntary commitment by the European PVC industry to promote the sustainable production and use of PVC until 2020. The initiative follows-up the success of the previous initiative, Vinyl 2010, all of whose objectives were achieved or even surpassed. A new VinylPlus certification and classification system should help customers to identify and thus use sustainably manufactured PVC.


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Promote PVC as a future-oriented and sustainable material

Arbeitsgemeinschaft PVC und Umwelt e.V.

RENOLIT is a member of the Working Party PVC & Environment
As a PVC-proccessing company, RENOLIT is a member of the Working Party PVC & Environment e.V. (AgPU). The AgPU was founded in 1988 as an industry initiative for manufacturers, processors, additive manufacturers and private individuals to harmonize the interests of the material with all aspects of environmental protection and to assist the PVC industry in sustainable developments.  Since January 1, 2010 the Chairman of the AgPU is the RENOLIT Board Member Dr. Axel Bruder.

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European REACH regulation

REACH requires producers to provide data to the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) on their chemical substances and to demonstrate that they are being safely produced and used.

  • REACH = Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation of Chemicals
    The fourth part is ‘restriction’ not included in the acronym.

Read more about REACH regulation.