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We are engaged in many research projects in collaboration with customers, partners and universities. Here, you can read about some of them. New projects are starting all the time, so check this periodically to take part of of our most recent collaborations.
Through patented technology, we will soon begin decontaminating ash from waste incinerators and sending it to local landfill sites. We are currently researching reusing it in the concrete industry.
We are actively involved in several projects that aim to increase the recycling of neodymium magnets from cars, computers and wind turbines. Products which are important for modern technology and the environment.
We are contributing our knowledge of efficient separation processes to a project researching how to recycle the lightweight materials used in the manufacture of modern cars.
Recycling Li-ion batteries is carried out at a small number of locations in central Europe. We are aiming to find local, alternative solutions in order to reduce transportation and recycle more of the contents - metals such as lithium and aluminium - as these are rarely recycled.