URT Umwelt- und Recyclingtechnik GmbH

Recycling of electrical and electronic scrap

The business field of URT includes the engineering, sales and service of recycling plants for electrical and electronic scrap (WEEE). The European regulation WEEE (Waste of Electric and Electronical Equipment) forms the basis and guideline for these plants.

URT is an expert in the following fields of plant engineering:

Refrigerator recycling

SDA- and IT- recycling

Big domestic appliances recycling

Printed circuit board recycling

Toner cartridge recycling

Battery recycling

LCD rec.

CRT rec.

Sorting of WEEE plastics


URT offers their customers the necessary technology for the recycling of electrical and electronic scrap in accordance with the latest state of the art and current regulations. URT plants are designed to remove pollutants and generate valuable materials. Through the collaboration on current standards and guidelines, as well as their research in the field of plant technology, URT is constantly developing recycling plants further. URT has reference plants on all continents.


Halle B6, Stand 539



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