Recycling solutions in use worldwide
11. February 2019
International technology Group ANDRITZ has landed two major recycling orders. The first order includes a complete recycling plant for tires in Germany, which processes used car and truck tires up to a maximum diameter of 1,200 mm and a width of 300 mm. The complete tire recycling process can produce about one ton of granules per hour. The second contract includes the delivery of a complete recycling plant for cooling equipment to the industrial giant Remondis in France. The resulting fractions such as iron, aluminum, copper, plastic and polyurethane are again fed directly into the economic cycle.
ANDRITZ to supply a refrigerator recycling plant to Remondis Electrorecycling
International technology Group ANDRITZ has received an order from Remondis Electrorecycling SAS to supply a complete recycling plant for refrigeration appliances to their dismantling center in Saint Thibault, France. The Cross-Flow Shredder QZ will be the centerpiece of the new plant and process refrigerators and freezers with a piece weight of up to 100 kg. Start-up for the new recycling plant is scheduled for spring 2019.
ANDRITZ to supply a complete tire recycling plant to Pyrum Innovations AG
International technology Group ANDRITZ has received an order from Pyrum Innovations AG, Germany, to supply a complete tire recycling plant for their thermolysis facility in Dillingen, Germany. The new recycling equipment will process car and truck tires with a maximum diameter of 1,200 mm and a width of 300 mm. Start-up of the recycling plant is scheduled for spring 2019.
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