Home2020-03-18T18:41:45+01:00

Project

REMADYL aims at recycling the so-called “old PVC”, i.e. PVC additivated with hazardous legacy substances (LS) such as low molecular weight phthalate plasticisers (mainly DEHP) and heavy metal based stabilisers (mainly lead).  This “old PVC” constitutes most of current hard (e.g. window frames, tubes) and soft (e.g. flooring or cables) PVC post-consumer waste.

Learn More

News

DECEUNINCK: rigid PVC compounds and inline lead detection system

DECEUNINCK fully engaged in REMADYL for preparing rigid PVC compounds and for developing an inline lead detection system At the PVC compounding and recycling plant of Deceuninck formulations are developed for the manufacturing of window and door profiles. As a partner in REMADYL, a Horizon 2020 [...]

Development of materials to remove lead stabilizers from End-of-Live Polyvinylchloride (PVC)

Development of materials to remove lead stabilizers from End-of-Live Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Researchers from the Institute of Molecular Science (ICMol) of the University of Valencia (UVEG) are taking part in REMADYL, a Horizon 2020 European Project consisting in developing scavenger materials for the removal of lead stabilizers [...]

Continuous filtering process to remove lead stabilizer from End-of Life PVC

Continuous filtering process to remove lead stabilizer from End-of Life PVC In the focus of REMADYL Project, AIMPLAS is currently studying the removal of lead stabilizers from End-of-Life PVC, using LDH scavenger complexes, synthesized by UVEG. The removal of this lead stabilizer will be done via [...]