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One-Stop-Shop-Recycling-Solutions for plastic

15. July 2020

 

Hula-hoop tyres and waterballs provide children a varied summer. But what happens when they are discarded? With proper waste separation and recycling, the hula-hoop tyre becomes a flower pot. Energy and emissions are reduced via the product cycle and resources are used optimally. Plastic waste can also be used for even more...


 

Individual solutions for plastic waste

Waste materials are valuable but to manage and process the materials know-how and technology is needed. We are a consortium of experts in the field of waste management coming from industry, research, and public authority. Together we provide you with the perfect One-stop-shop recycling solution for your individual need in the field of waste management and technology.
Our One-stop-shop circular and recycling solutions for a wide range of waste fractions derived from Austrians excellence in achieving one of Europe´s highest recycling rates. Waste fractions and waste systems are highly diverse; therefore, we like to provide solutions, which are specially adapted to your initial position.
For further details please visit www.don’twasteinvest.com or contact us with your request at welcome@dontwasteinvest.com.

 

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Synthetics are materials with a variety of technical properties, such as plasticity, rigidity, elasticity, break resistance, temperature and heat resistance, as well as chemical stability. They are used in a wide variety of areas of application. The three biggest areas of application for synthetic materials are packaging, construction and electronics, as well as electrical engineering. Synthetic waste can either undergo mechanical and feedstock utilization, or can be energetically recycled.

 
 

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Therese Schwarz
Green Tech Cluster
+43 316 40 77 44 18
schwarz@greentech.at
http://www.greentech.at

 
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