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Join the Movement

Homeowners, Contractors, Installers, Distributors, Recyclers, Landfills, Local Governments and Collection Sites can all play a game-changing role in our Revinylize™ Recycling Collaborative. Your support will benefit your organization and the communities you serve in many ways besides the environmental impact. This includes tremendous savings in waste management costs, job creation and new business development opportunities in a more circular economy.

REGISTER NOW by clicking on your category:

Collection Site (includes material distributors, manufacturers, C&D landfills, contractors with space to collect material, municipal recycling centers
(includes recyclers or manufacturers with post-consumer collection systems)
Interested Consumer, Advocate, Individual, or Media Contact
(includes VSI-certified installers, new home builders, remodelers, carpenters)
(includes local, state and federal government agencies)
Non-Profit Partner
(non-profit organizations who want to advocate for the Revinylize recycling mission)
Sponsor (includes trade associations or businesses who want to advocate for the Revinylize mission and contribute annual funding support)
PEPA Member – Participant
(includes individuals from PEPA member companies willing to champion the Revinylize mission)

Rigid vinyl (including vinyl siding) is designed to be recycled, but that can only happen with your help. Join today and help us close the loop on the lifecycle of vinyl products.





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Our Vision

The Revinylize™ Recycling Collaborative is a coalition of dedicated installers, recyclers, distributors and manufacturers in partnership with the Vinyl Siding Institute (VSI) whose recyclers are verified by GreenCircle Certified to recycle post-consumer rigid vinyl.

Make it as easy as possible to recycle rigid vinyl material. Together, we can build connections between stakeholders at each step of the waste disposal process, helping to divert and reclaim as much vinyl material as possible away from landfills. ​

Join the movement today and help us close the loop on the lifecycle of rigid vinyl products.

There’s a place for everyone!




Reducing Our Carbon Footprint

Choosing sustainability means choosing efficiency. And vinyl siding is efficient at every stage, from its resource-conscious manufacturing to its simple maintenance and onward to its easy recycling. Vinyl siding manufacturers are making steady and conscious progress at every step to lessen this material’s carbon footprint. In fact, our carbon emissions have decreased 15% over the life cycle of vinyl siding in the past decade. That’s 9.8 kg of CO2 per 100 square feet. And we continue to invest in meaningful progress with our members to help address global warming with resilient and sustainable building materials.
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National Green Building Programs

Why get a National Green Building Certification? There are many reasons: increase in property value, qualify for tax credits, but most importantly, a building or community with NGBS certification recognizes green construction and adds a cost saving benefit from the amount of energy that will be saved over the lifespan of the structure, which will promote better occupancy rates.
Below are three nationally recognized programs that offer vinyl siding green credits.

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