Poly(vinyl chloride), better known by its abbreviation PVC, is one of the most versatile plastics. It is the second largest manufactured resin by volume worldwide; currently, its production per annum exceeds 31 million tons. research and industrial applications, with respect to polymerization, stabilization, bulk property modification, and chemical and material recycling of PVC waste. The low cost and the good performance of poly(vinyl chloride) products have increased the utilization of this polymer in building, mainly in exterior application, such as window profiles, cladding structure and siding. However, ultimate user acceptance of the PVC products for outdoor building applications will depend on their ability to resist photodegradation over long periods of sunlight exposure. To ensure weather ability, the PVC resin needs to be compounded and processed properly, using suitable additives, leading to a complex material whose behavior and properties are quite different from the PVC resin by itself.