We have own waste treatment centres for upcycling
We perform four different types of processes.
Rubble upcycling: Waste from building works is separated by fractions. Rubble is processed as a recycled aggregate.
Upcycling plant remains: These are first separated from non-biodegradable waste and then shredded. That material is used in composting plants or as biomass.
Waste upcycling: Paper, cardboard, plastic, iron, wood and glass are processed (crushed or pressed) and transferred to post-consumer industries to be put back on the market.
Upcycling voluminous items: This waste is separated and classified by type, in order to minimise the fraction rejected.