VI announced recipients of its annual health, safety and environmental awards, which are given to companies in the vinyl industry for improving worker safety and protecting the environment at facilities throughout the United States and Canada. This year the VI recognized 37 facilities with 56 awards for outstanding performance.
The Vinyl Institute today announced that Ned Monroe, CAE will join the VI as President and CEO, replacing Dick Doyle who has announced his retirement for the end of 2018 after successfully leading the association over the past seven years.
Health Building Nework (HBN) released its non-peer reviewed report about the vinyl industry last month, which is riddled with inaccuracies and misleading statements. Check out the latest Vinyl Verified post regarding the HBN’s misleading report about PVC.
Jim Tobin, executive vice president and chief lobbyist at NAHB, provided an overview of the housing market and homed in on what he called the “4 headwinds” impacting the sector: lumber, lots, labor, and lending.
New Prop 65 labeling requirments will go into effect on August 30, 2018. The VI in collaboration with Keller and Heckman LLP are hosting a one-hour complimentary webinar on May 15th and June 7th to review the new amendments and discuss their impact on the vinyl industry.