Vinyl Sustainability Council Welcomes The AZEK Company as New Member

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A business council advancing sustainability in the vinyl industry welcomes a new member in the outdoor living, residential, and commercial building products space.

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"We’re already committed to finding additional ways we can create more sustainable products, and we’re excited to see how we can contribute to the VSC’s mission and advance sustainability through collaboration within the vinyl industry.” - Jesse Singh, AZEK CEO.

The Vinyl Sustainability Council (VSC), a self-funded business council advancing sustainability in the vinyl industry, is pleased to welcome The AZEK Company to its membership.

“We’re pleased to have AZEK join the Vinyl Sustainability Council,” said Jay Thomas, VSC Executive Director. “While each of us can promote sustainable practices within our own individual entities, we see a much greater impact when we’re able to collaborate. AZEK’s membership will be a great asset to the group.”

The AZEK Company, headquartered in Chicago, is the parent company to premium brands including AZEK® Building Products, Versatex, Ultralox, Scranton Products, and Vycom. AZEK is an industry leader in the manufacturing of beautiful, low-maintenance outdoor living, residential, and commercial building products.

AZEK utilizes more than 200 million pounds annually of recycled material in its TimberTech deck boards alone and is committed to accelerating the use of recycled materials across all product lines.

“We’re excited to join the VSC and advance our sustainability goals,” said Jesse Singh, AZEK CEO. “We’re already committed to finding additional ways we can create more sustainable products, and we’re excited to see how we can contribute to the VSC’s mission and advance sustainability through collaboration within the vinyl industry.”

The VSC is open for membership to any company within the U.S. vinyl value chain from resin manufacturer to product retailer. Members work together to develop and implement best practices and innovation leading to continuous improvement throughout the industry, while promoting these achievements to key stakeholders. To learn more about the VSC and to become a member, please visit vinylinfo.org/vinyl-sustainability-council.

About the Vinyl Sustainability Council
The Vinyl Sustainability Council (VSC), founded in 2016 in partnership with the Vinyl Institute, is a council created to advance the vinyl industry’s efforts in addressing sustainability. The VSC is a collaborative platform for companies, organizations and other industry stakeholders to come together to create a sustainable development path for the industry. For more information, please visit vinylinfo.org/vinyl-sustainability-council.

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