CNC Recycling Wins NFA Recycling Company of the Year

CNC Recycling Wins NFA Recycling Company of the Year
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Date: 23 November 2022

National UPVC Window Recycling company CNC Recycling are absolutely delighted to have been voted the winner of the Recycling Company of the Year for the second year running.

The National Fenestration Awards (NFA) are the Fenestration industry’s fastest-growing and most inclusive awards event which are decided completely by the participation of the industry votes.

Sales Director Ian Ward of CNC Recycling commented “This award is recognition for all of our team who are so passionate about what we do they made winning this award possible and it makes us very proud. This award is very special for us as it was voted for by CNC Recycling customers and suppliers working in the window and door industry and we are extremely grateful for their trust and support ”.

The company is a UPVC Recycling specialist committed to offering a sustainable alternative to landfill for old windows for the Fenestration Industry and are on course to recycle in excess of one million windows in 2022 through the successful collection of thousands of tonnes of frames across the UK every year.

Special thanks to the National Fenestration Awards for organising such a wonderful event.

See all 2022 winners here.

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