recovery spotlight

A glimpse into the future

On October 4th, the Bergen Municipality, BIR and Envac jointly launched a new waste collection station of Bergen’s automated waste collection system. The modern waste management technology is now...

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metal recovery Immark relies on SPALECK screening technology

Efficient sorting of electronic and electrical waste

The requirements for recycling electronic waste have increased enormously in recent years. On the one hand, the amount of disposal material continues to grow strongly in international terms. On the...

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waste recovery Current state of knowledge

Review: Waste Management Vol. 10

By Stephanie Thiel, Elisabeth Thomé-Kozmiensky, Franz Winter and Dagmar Juchekova; Thomé-Kozmiensky Verlag GmbH, Neuruppin 2022; ISBN 978-3-944310-64-0 (310 pages with acknowledgements, list of...

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WEEE recovery International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC 2024

January 17-19, 2024, Salzburg/Austria

IERC 2024 is one of the leading event in the Circular Economy Electronics world. It brings together up to 500 international professionals from production, design, promotion, business development,...

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wood recovery Wood chips as an alternative energy source

A new dimension in waste wood processing

With its new processing plant in Lengede for the environmental service provider Veolia, the Eggersmann Anlagenbau GmbH has raised wood chip production to a level previously unknown in Germany. At the...

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waste recovery Real time data

Efficient waste management with LiDAR technology

The Scottish waste management and recycling company, Levenseat Renewable Energy Ltd. („Levenseat“), now has real-time access to material inventory figures and, as a result, efficiently manages its...

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recovery spotlight

36 FORUS Shredder go to Japan

The demand for FORUS twin-shaft shredders from Eggersmann GmbH in Japan remains unbroken. Therefore, another three dozen of the universally applicable shredders are now going to the long-standing...

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