Never has there been a more innovative sector of the plastics industry than Vinyl. It’s applications are limitless, and since its discovery in 1926, Vinyl has continued to grow as an industry, and more importantly, has been a key platform for the development of many more industries around the world.
From vinyl record albums to windows, doors, siding, decks, to perhaps some of the most advanced medical devices and applications in the world, to the most sophisticated and safe water delivery systems in cities everywhere, vinyl is a tireless servant to society.
The vinyl industry continues to innovate, and particularly in the sustainability movement; vinyl has a life cycle of over 100 years, and when used in creating, replacing, or improving community infrastructure, vinyl saves taxpayers money, significantly reduces the disruption of municipal services, reduces carbon footprints, and brings safe drinking water to your home.
Vinyl is innovation in perpetuity, and as it has helped to build communities and cities for decades, so also, it will play a key role in building a sustainable future for generations to come.