In the Netherlands, the aim is to have all public procurement carried out with recycled materials by 2023. By 2030, they want to have halved the CO2 consumption in the construction industry, in order to have fully circular construction by 2050. It is therefore no coincidence that the first Phoenix projects were realised in the Netherlands.
For example, at the beginning of 2021, the Aloysius Foundation school in Eindhoven was equipped with Phoenix windows. The 30 windows for the school's inner courtyard were made entirely from 100 % recycled PVC. Window manufacturer Ploeg Kozijnen also relied on Phoenix windows for the renovation of its headquarters.