Hidden value

It’s a numbers game! Those who work economically with the resources at their disposal know that even the smallest particle is part of a large profit. This is not necessarily about financial gain alone. Safety is a further important factor in many recycling management processes.

Examples: paper, cardboard, fabric remnants, banknotes, styrofoam, paint dust, paper dust, dust from electronic waste, PU from recycled refrigerators, sewage sludge, grinding dust

When disposing of banknotes, banks use briquetting systems to exclude any risk of “recycling” after the banknotes have been shredded. Polyurethane (PU), an insulating material, is reclaimed from old refrigerators and enjoys a useful second life in the form of “safety briquettes” – following a road accident, they are used to absorb oil spilled onto the carriageway.
Even the finest particles of dust take on new properties in compressed form: due to the binding and compaction of the particles, the risk of explosion is considerably reduced.
 

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