Igneo Technologies is global recycling company that transforms low grade electronics scrap into a high grade, sustainable copper concentrate. With locations in the North American and Europe, Igneo is uniquely positioned to provide environmentally focused and custom-tailored solutions to governments, businesses, and non-profit organizations. Our proprietary and patented multi-staged e-waste treatment process neutralizes noxious gases, and no water is used in the process. Help us responsibly recycle the world’s electronics waste.
Sims Lifecycle Services (SLS), rebranded from Sims Recycling Solutions, provides solutions to extend the life of IT and electronic devices, and the company recognizes the value in end-of-life electronic assets, components and materials. SLS supports Fortune 500 companies in navigating ongoing technology shifts by securely and responsibly managing the disposition of IT equipment and recycling of electronic products.
SLS works with enterprises and major cloud providers to deliver decommissioning of corporate IT assets and data center equipment, IT asset disposition (ITAD) and electronics recycling services offered at SLS support the evolution of the electronics industry movement toward circularity. SLS clients benefit from data security, maximum IT value recovery, global compliance and sustainable IT use. As a responsible corporate citizen, and in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, we continuously seek new ways to contribute to the circular economy.
Stone Group is a leading circular ICT provider, working with both the public and private sector to fulfil their IT needs and manage the entire lifecycle of their IT assets from first purchase through to their end of life.
Since its launch in 1991, Stone has designed, configured, and deployed IT solutions to support its customers’ evolving technology needs. In addition to Stone branded desktops, notebooks and other IT devices, its partnerships with tech giants Microsoft, HP, Dynabook, Intel, Lenovo, Cisco Meraki, Blancco and Acer means it can provide best-in-class IT solutions along with personalised services and dedicated IT support.
Stone is committed to providing its customers with a 360 approach to IT asset management and supporting their sustainability goals. Once its customers have finished with their devices, they can arrange for Stone to come and pick them up and take them to its dedicated IT asset disposal facility in Staffordshire, where engineers securely wipe the devices and refurbish any items that can be given a second life, and those that cannot are sustainably recycled, ensuring zero waste is committed to landfill.
To help encourage even more organisations to sustainably dispose of their broken, unwanted or broken IT, late last year, Stone 360 was launched to market – a game changing IT recycling app that enables users to book and manage collections of their old devices in just a few easy clicks.
The award-winning app is free to download from Android and Apple stores, and users can earn points for each item they dispose of which can either be exchanged for a cash rebate or boosted to purchase new or refurbished ICT with Stone. In the UK and in partnership with the National Forest, Stone plants trees on behalf of customers who use the app to arrange a collection.
Due to the success of the app, Stone is now also able to offer businesses and organisations in France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Spain the same service. Stone Group launched the app to offer new and existing customers a solution to their own e-waste challenges and help minimise the enormous volume of broken or unwanted technology currently blighting our planet. Since its launch in late last year, the 360 app has prevented over 200k unwanted or broken items ending up in landfill.
Over nearly three decades, Stone’s passion for providing circular ICT solutions has seen the business become one of the UK’s leading suppliers of technology to education and the public sector, as well as a building a strong customer-base in the private sector. Now, with a growing presence across Europe, the Stone brand continues to expand and evolve to support its customers’ ever-changing ICT needs, while championing a sustainable approach to IT asset management.
Since 2008, Ad Rem has developed and optimized new ways of separating diverse waste streams and materials. As a joint venture, we are the result of a meeting of minds. Ad Rem was founded by two family-owned groups: Group Galloo and the Valtech Group. Together we have engineered a range of patented separation processes around one single goal: maximum waste recovery.
Group Galloo is Belgium’s largest metals and plastics recycling company, with a long history of developing its own processes. Over 20 years ago, Galloo was the first company in Belgium and one of the first in Europe to look beyond the metals and start recycling the plastics. Throughout the years, the processes have been adapted to changing circumstances and newly gained experiences. Today, Galloo can boast the world’s most unique, innovative and efficient separation processes for metals and plastics alike.
Meanwhile, the Valtech Group is a group of over 15 machine-building companies active in or closely related to the recycling industry. The combined team of over 400 employees uses a hands-on, no-nonsense approach with great flexibility to create real added value for their customers. With a strong focus on engineering and automation, Valtech has managed to attract these customers in no fewer than 194 countries worldwide.
Combining the expertise of Galloo with the know-how of Valtech, Ad Rem truly offers a unique and complete approach to all your recycling challenges.
Aurubis AG is a leading global provider of non-ferrous metals and one of the largest copper recyclers worldwide. The company processes complex metal concentrates, scrap metals, organic and inorganic metal-bearing recycling materials, and industrial residues into metals of the highest quality. Aurubis produces more than 1 million tons of copper cathodes annually, and from them a variety of products such as wire rod, continuous cast shapes, profiles, and flat rolled products made of copper and copper alloys. Aurubis produces a number of other metals as well, including precious metals, selenium, lead, nickel, tin, and zinc. The portfolio also includes additional products such as sulfuric acid and iron silicate.
Sustainability is a fundamental part of the Aurubis strategy. “Aurubis responsibly transforms raw materials into value” – following this maxim, the company integrates sustainable conduct and business activities into the corporate culture. This involves a careful approach to natural resources, responsible social and ecological conduct in everyday business, and sensible, healthy growth.
We are a medium-sized, owner-managed group of companies in the field of mechanical and plant engineering, with over 350 employees and several locations around the world. We specialize in mechanical process technology with the following core skills.
CIRECON is a brand of Jetsam Service Management GmbH and was launched in 2017 with the aim of creating more transparency in the take-back, collection and recycling of electronic waste. We achieve this with our CIRIS portal, which tracks and documents e-waste disposal. To protect data and optimize processes.
Cyclewell is devoted to the research and development of environmental protection recycling processes and equipment for spent power batteries. The company has a series of original technologies and equipment including safe discharge of batteries, intelligent disassembly of battery cells, in-situ pyrolysis of organics, efficient separation of different materials, selective lithium extraction, recovery of nickel, cobalt, and manganese, and zero discharge of wastewater. Located in Ganzhou Economic Development Zone, China, Cyclewell has built a research center, pilot bases, and a modern equipment processing center for EV batteries recycling. Besides, Cyclewell has the service capabilities of “process design, supply of modular equipment, process commission and operation” for power batteries recycling, which will provide technical services, engineering design, design and equipment supply for spent battery recycling projects (>1000t/year) and mobile battery recycling equipment for global battery recycling companies, as well as guarantee for the safety, economy and environmental protection of power battery recycling project construction.
Donasonic are a dynamic company that can react to customers’ needs. We have a rich heritage of design technology and manufacturing expertise through its established associated companies in Yorkshire, England and Hungary that already provide industry with business solutions globally.
With Donasonic cutting edge design, technology, manufacture and installation we provide a full range of recycling solutions for a range of waste materials that need disposal solutions. Our machines and installations will provide tangible assets and new revenue streams for both large and smaller project needs.
DOWA ECO-SYSTEM focuses on e-scrap recycling, taking advantage of our advanced technology which was originally developed in DOWA’s long-standing mining and refining operations to extract copper and precious metals such as gold, silver that are present in ores in very small concentrations. The recovered metal resources are brought back into society as newborn products such as accessories, electric substrates, films, electrical wires, and so on.
We handle different materials from PCBs, high-grade CPU processors and RAM to cell phone boards and other electronical components. Thanks to our diversified and accurate sampling procedures DOWA ECO-SYSTEM stands for reliable metal pricing and environmentally conscious recovery with the philosophy of “Promoting the formation of an environmentally sustainable society through recycling resources.
Minerals, metals and advanced materials are key enablers to achieve the objectives of the European Green Deal. Today, only a fraction of the most relevant raw materials is produced in Europe. This can be changed through a circular economy approach, through innovation in recycling, substitution, processing, mining, and exploration. It is the objective of EIT RawMaterials to secure a sustainable raw materials supply by driving innovation, education, and entrepreneurship across European industrial ecosystems.
EIT RawMaterials provides a collaborative environment for disruptive and breakthrough innovations by connecting business with academia, research, and investment. It also invests in future generation of innovators for the raw materials sector through initiatives ranging from education of school students to higher qualifications for industry professionals.
The company is committed to supporting Europe’s transition towards a circular, green, and digital economy whilst strengthening its global competitiveness and securing employment. On this foundation, EIT RawMaterials has been mandated by the European Commission to lead and manage the European Raw Materials Alliance (ERMA).
Crushers, shredders and bespoke recycling plant – that’s the world of ERDWICH. We are a highly-specialized engineering and manufacturing company working in recycling and shredder technology. Our core competencies are shredding machinery, turnkey systems and comprehensive services.
Whether you work in heavy industry or waste management – if the job involves shredding and recycling, ERDWICH is the one to call. Our single-, twin- or triple-shaft shredders and turnkey systems ensure efficient material breakdown, either as stand-alone shredding machines or integrated into existing shredding and recycling plant.
Our machines and plants evidencing in over 91 countries worldwide that high-class quality and superior technology pay off. They are the best for customers in all sectors. ERDWICH shredders are impressively reliable and give many years of service. Whether you need a shredder for electronic scrap or shredders for other fractions, you can rely on ERDWICH shredders – tried and tested a thousand times!
EnviroMetal Technologies Inc. is a Canadian-based metal recovery company. EnviroMetal’s technology is emerging as a potential new standard for the provision of sustainable and cost effective precious metal recovery in both the mining and metal recycling industries. EnviroMetal offers E-Waste recyclers a cost competitive downstream printed circuit board processing solution and an industry-leading sustainable alternative to conventional smelting and refining processes. Our closed-loop technology solution is based on a patented and proprietary, water-based, neutral pH, and fully recyclable hydrometallurgical chemistry process. Our low energy process produces no harmful emissions or wastewater. EnviroMetal operates a 24,000 s.f. printed circuit board processing facility in Metro Vancouver, Canada with a throughput capacity of 2,400 tonnes per year.
European Recycling Platform (ERP) was founded in 2002 in response to the introduction of the European Union’s WEEE Directive. ERP’s mission is to ensure high quality and cost-effective implementation of the Directive for the benefit of its customers and the environment.
ERP is the first and only pan-European producer responsibility organisation (PRO) authorised to operate in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, and the UK.
By passing on the advantages of multinational recycling operations to customers, ERP has proved to be the most competitive solution for companies in the countries where it operates for WEEE, batteries and packaging compliance, as well as for take-back services.
Behind Forrec’s mark, there is a team of professionals with more than 20 years experience in the field of technologies for the treatment of municipal and industrial waste. Forrec develops designs and manufactures machines able to satisfy all the waste transformation needs. FORREC concentrates and develops its engagement on four main segments: – Research, designing and construction of shredders and grinding machines for the treatment of any kind of solid waste – Research, designing and construction of installation for the transformation of waste – Assistance and maintenance services with the maximum efficiency to guarantee the customer satisfaction – Development of environmental friendly technologies
In Forrec catalogue there are industrial shredders, powerful and with high performances, different models of grinding machines with innovative performance solutions, granulators and hammers mill, multicrushers and bags-openers.
Finally, FORREC has a significant experience in the designing, construction and management of specific installations for particular kind of scraps such as: refrigerators, tyres, for the production of RDF (residual derived fuel), for the treatment of WEEE (waste electric and electronic equipment).
All Forrec technology is customer oriented and perfectly responds to market requests.
The Hensel Recycling Group, based in Aschaffenburg, has been one of the world’s leading precious metal recycling companies since 1998. With more than 240 employees in nine countries, the company offers its customers a complete spectrum of services for all aspects of recycling products containing precious metals, such as electronic control units, circuit boards or other electronic components. Further information can be found at: www.hensel-recycling.com
JX Nippon Mining & Metals is a core company of the JXTG Group in the area of nonferrous metals, carrying out global business operations that cover the full range from resources development, smelting and refining to manufacture and sales of electronic materials, and recycling of end-of-life equipment.
Kuusakoski is a customer-focused, technologically pioneering and environmentally responsible provider of recycling services with an international track record. Our passion for a deeper understanding of materials and recycling drives our innovations and helps us continuously develop more efficient recycling solutions. We strive to be unconditionally ethical and transparent in everything that we do, and this makes us a reliable partner. Kuusakoski is a family-owned company and was established in Finland in 1914, more than a hundred years ago. Currently, we offer electronics recycling services in Finland, Sweden, Estonia, UK and the USA.
From Supply Chain to Supply Cycle for WEEE plastics
MGG Polymers is based in Austria and processes over 50.000 tons of WEEE plastics in a high-tech recycling process which results in REACH and RoHS compliant Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) Plastics.
These plastics are used for “green” high-tech products such as electronic appliances. The plastic types produced by MGG Polymers are PP, PS, ABS and PCABS and that can be used as drop-in replacement of virgin plastics.
Established in 1979 with first patent registered in 1978, MRT System AB has been business leader and driver of development in Mercury Recovery Technology over four decades. With more than 300 successful installations worldwide MRT System AB is present on all continents. Through a dedicated specialist network of representatives MRT System AB is Locally Global with a very high level of Service and Presence.
Founded in 1991 by Carlo Ferrero, Osai AS operates in the automation of industrial processes. In addition to the Italian headquarters, Osai has 3 foreign branches, located in Germany, China and the United States of America. The offices are flanked by over 40 commercial partners for resale and assistance, able to guarantee rapid and efficient global support.
The solutions offered by Osai are based on standard systems or special machines for the assembly and testing of highly technological components for the semiconductor industry, the automotive industry and the electronics manufacturing industry. Each system is created ad hoc based on customer requests and equipped with the latest technologies, such as, for example, Laser technology.
Today the company consists of 170 employees, 6,500 square meters of production areas and more than 90% of exports.
The PREVENT Waste Alliance serves as a platform for exchange and international cooperation, where organisations from the private sector, academia, civil society and public institutions jointly engage for a circular economy. PREVENT members contribute to minimising waste, eliminating pollutants and maximising the reutilisation of resources in the economy worldwide. The E-Waste Working group brings together over 50 members from 25 different countries to find solutions to sustainably managing e-waste in low and middle income countries. Key focal areas in our current pilot projects and exchanges are the finance and treatment solutions for problematics e-waste fractions (e.g. lithium ion batteries, refrigerator foams), implementing extended producer responsibility, and understanding how we can improve the implementation of the Basel Convention to facilitate the trade of recyclable e-waste fractions. The PREVENT Waste Alliance was launched in 2019 by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
RECENSO GmbH is an industrial plant engineering company. We have been dedicating ourselves to the design and implementation of systems for resource recovery since 2004. Founded as a spin-off from a traditional German plant manufacturer, we develop and implement solutions for the growing demand for secondary raw materials.
UMS GmbH has its roots in the German mining industry. Since 1991, we have been applying experience gained in ore processing to recyclables recovery from a variety of material flows (COmmodity REcovery). UMS uses this experience to implement machines and entire plants for national and international customers, combining proven technology with state-of-the-art plant engineering. The result is highly flexible system solutions that help to efficiently and economically tap material cycles for the purpose of a circular economy.
URT Umwelt- und Recyclingtechnik GmbH has been established in 1995 by the owners and managing directors, Peter Heßler and Thomas Gundersdorf.
The business content of URT comprises the engineering, sale and service of recycling plants for electric and electronic scrap (WEEE) and for the disposal of waste refrigerators (CFC). The European regulation WEEE (Waste of Electric and Electronic Equipment) is the basis and guideline for this equipment. For more than 20 years URT has been manufacturing systems for the disposal of cooling units. The recovery and liquefaction of the propellants and refrigerants in the disposal plants have become established processes in Europe during this period. Now plants are also being set up in Asia and South and North America. Frequently these countries do not have suitable plants for the destruction of CFC and the quantities generated during disposal have even had to be transported across continents. This was the reason for URT to develop a new system.
URT can refer to reference plants worldwide on the following continents – Europe – South-America – North- America – Asia – Middle East
with representatives in Turkey, Spain, France, Brazil, North-America and Asia.
URT offers solutions for the following fractions:
– cooling devices – small domestic appliances – IT-appliances – CRT and LCD dismantling – toner cartridges – printed circuit boards -plastics from WEEE
The relation with our customers is a partnership in which both parties benefit from each other.
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