Local Remodeler Leads Way on Vinyl Siding Recycling


Local Remodeler Leads Way on Vinyl Siding Recycling 

Vinyl siding is an ideal candidate for recycling. Old vinyl siding can be cleaned, chipped and re-melted into useful products such as decking, railings, and fences. The companies who do this are out of state so Delaware companies rarely recycle. Conservation minded remodeling company, OneCall Services, Inc. of Lewes has begun recycling old siding “The problem is the logistics of getting the siding to the recyclers in a cost effective manner”, claims James Stevenson, Vice President of OneCall Services, Inc. An agreement was reached with Regency Polymer Services, Belcamp, MD, to recycle almost fifteen thousand pounds of vinyl siding from
a large re-siding job in Rehoboth Beach. Regency will supply a dumpster at the construction site, cover the transportation cost, and pay a few cents/pound for the product. OneCall will strip the siding and load it into the dumpster. “Most importantly, we are not sending this to our landfill and we save several more cents/pound in hauling and dumping fees”, says Stevenson. Stevenson added, “ We were already recycling one hundred thousands pounds of concrete and cinder block from this project along with aluminum and cardboard and will wind up reducing total waste by about 80 %”. OneCall Services, Inc. does a wide range of remodeling, home repair, and custom home services. They have built Energy Star and “Green” building projects and can be reached at 302- 645-9008 or on the web at

PHOTO ATTACHED: CAPTION “Steve Vockel of OneCall loading vinyl siding for recycling” Capture7.PNG


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