In Mazingarbe, we produce suspension PVC (S-PVC) through a process of polymerisation. During this process, vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) is polymerised in the presence of water and additives. The polymerisation takes place in a series of reactors, distributed along 4 production lines.
This set-up gives the Mazingarbe plant a high level of flexibility to produce a wide range of PVC grades, which are converted by our customers into a great variety of products for daily life.
The VCM used in Mazingarbe is produced at the Vynova site in Tessenderlo (Belgium) and transported by rail to France.
Vynova Mazingarbe is certified for the ISO 9001 quality management standards, the ISO 14001 standards for environmental management, the ISO 50001 energy management system standards and the OHSAS 18001 standards for occupational health and safety management systems.
Vynova Mazingarbe operates with respect towards the environment and with consideration towards the health of our employees and communities by implementing safe manufacturing processes. Our commitment to quality, safety and environmental accountability is summed up in the Vynova Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHEQ) policy, which you can consult on the dedicated page.
You can download the ISO and OHSAS certificates of Vynova Mazingarbe SAS via below links:
✓ Vynova Mazingarbe SAS - ISO 9001:2015
✓ Vynova Mazingarbe SAS - ISO 14001:2015
✓ Vynova Mazingarbe SAS - DIN EN ISO 50001:2011
✓ Vynova Mazingarbe SAS - OHSAS 18001:2007
For specific safety-related procedures at Vynova Mazingarbe, please refer to the documents below:
General safety and environmental requirements for external companies at Vynova Mazingarbe
✓ Download only in French
Other documentation for contractors and suppliers can be found in the section below.
Are you a contractor or supplier for Vynova Mazingarbe? Here you will find useful documents and guidelines. Also, please regard the safety-related documentation included in our Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHEQ) section above.
Vynova Security, Safety, Health and Environment (SSHE) requirements for customers collecting chemicals or goods
✓ Download only in English
Representatives of the Polymers for Europe Alliance travelled to Vynova’s site at Wilhelmshaven (Germany), to present the new criteria for the upcoming Best Polymer Producers Awards for Europe, and to discuss the future of the industry. The visit facilitated a productive exchange on the state of the polymer industry, best practices, and the future of polymer production.