Gone is the traditional "extract-manufacture-dispose" model to make way for new ways of optimising available resources. The recovery and recycling of plastics has become a social demand that has found an echo in the business world. Brands from different sectors are trying to respond to environmental concerns and have found a high impact alternative in the circular economy.
In this context, Desorech responds to the demand for recycled products with an innovative proposal for the treatment of plastic waste to favour its subsequent management and reuse. It represents a commitment to the transition between the linear economy, based on the extraction of raw materials from limited resources, and the circular economy, focused on the reuse of recycled products as a source of raw materials and products in a closed cycle.
Nordvert, a Sorigué group company specialising in integrated waste management, offers a wide range of integrated services for the collection, transport and treatment of industrial, urban, local authority, construction and demolition waste thanks to its diversification strategy.
Funded by the “Industrial research and experimental development nuclei” grant facility for circular economy projects of ACCIÓ
, the Generalitat de Catalunya Agency for Business Competitiveness, Desorech has the support of the Waste Agency of Catalonia (ARC)
. The Engineering for the Circular Economy (I4EC) research group from the University of Alicante
is also participating in its implementation as an expert in the decontamination of used plastic materials.