At 173 locations in seven countries, Stena Recycling creates great value by recycling and refining products and waste materials from industry and the rest of society.

recycling in partnership with the customer

Stena Recycling can be found at around 173 locations in seven countries. Every year we create great value by recycling and refining five million tons of discarded products and waste materials from industry and the rest of society.

At our facilities, we refine ferrous and non-ferrous metals, paper, plastic, hazardous waste and other waste products in a safe and efficient manner. The recycled raw materials are sent to smelters and foundries worldwide.

We offer recycling solutions to suit each individual customer's needs and circumstances. This provides our customers with cost-effective management for all possible types of waste. We also offer internal logistics, training, statistics and safety and security consultation services - to collaborate with customers on how to reduce costs and increase revenue.

Our product specialists are increasingly involved at the design stage of our customers’ products. This helps make new products easier to recycle when they come to the end of their life. At the same time, it creates the right conditions for efficient manufacturing with minimal waste.

The Stena Nordic Recycling Center in Halmstad is another example of our power to innovate. As one of Europe's most modern recycling facilities, it has state-of-the-art technology throughout, which allows us to help Europe's carmakers meet EU requirements that 95 percent of every scrapped car must be recycled.



Stena Recycling is one of Europe's leading recyclers of electronics. We also extract raw materials from a large number of cooling appliances. Operations are conducted in Italy. In addition, we collect end-of-life electronics and fridges and freezers in several other countries, including Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Austria and France.

It starts here



CEO Stena Recycling

Managing Directors Stena Recycling

  • Fredrik Pettersson
  • Sweden
  • Max Trandem
  • Norge
  • Henrik Grand Petersen
  • Denmark
  • Olli Kellokumpu
  • Finland
  • Lars Holmberg Ibsen
  • Poland
  • Guiseppe Piardi
  • Italy
  • Arne Seeger
  • Germany
Share this page