Rieckermann’s Environmental Technologies portfolio includes ecologically and economically friendly solutions for a range of recycling processes.
Natural resources are the earth’s most valuable assets, and increasing global demand for raw materials means there is a need for specialist recycling solutions. We offer a wide range of machinery to recover a variety of raw materials. From copper and aluminum, to plastic in electronics and oil in contaminated soil, we use state-of-the-art technology and provide optimum recovery, recycling, and disposal solutions. Whether recycling tires, processing electrical, and electronic scrap, producing refuse derived fuels, or professionally recycling refrigerators – we are your partner.
We offer technology from the very start of the recycling journey, allowing our customers to mechanically process waste streams from municipalities or industry. We supply advanced shredding systems and separation technologies for the recovery of valuable materials. The key is to recycle the most valuable material, in the highest purity, and at the lowest cost.
Further processes use thermal treatment to separate hazardous materials and also potentially valuable contaminants such as mercury, organic lead compounds, and a number of other hydrocarbons.
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Mr. Oliver Raab
Industry Manager, Environmental Technologies
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