Circular economy is a way to increase resource efficiency. In addition to scrap metal, which has always been a symbol of recycling and utilization, other materials have long been included in the circular economy. We specialize in the collection, processing, and marketing of scrap metal, electronic scrap, and commercial waste. With our secondary raw materials, we actively contribute to reducing CO2 emissions. Sustainability not only characterizes our industry but also our individual efforts to reduce our own energy consumption, and emissions, and protect the environment within the framework of certified management processes. As our customer, you contribute to the process.



We contribute to resource conservation by processing and separating the materials through recycling processes, particularly through recycling and recovering metals, metal compounds, and plastics from the raw materials, and making them available to customers in a usable form, thereby keeping them in the circular economy.


The result of our activities is often secondary raw materials, which, as a replacement for primary raw materials, not only prevent the consumption of primary raw materials but also help to save energy when used as substitutes in metal extraction compared to metal production from ores:

For example, the production of aluminium from secondary raw materials currently only uses around 5 % of the energy required to produce it from primary raw materials.



Steel is the most frequently recycled material, not least because it can be recycled almost as often as desired. In addition to saving energy and resources, the use of scrap in the manufacturing process in Germany avoids more than 20 million tons of CO2 per year - roughly as much as a large city releases per year.


As part of our environmental management and the recently introduced energy management, we have defined internal company goals to conserve resources. The way the materials are processed/manufactured also takes sustainability into account.



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