The individual stages of the recycling process
Cosmetics (shampoo, shower gel etc) Food (ketchup, mustard etc) Cleaning products (toilet cleaner, all-purpose cleaner etc) Detergents...
A specialist company is responsible for handling e-waste within the REMONDIS Group: REMONDIS Electrorecycling
Cooling & freezing appliances
Umwelt Control Labor
Digitisation has long since become a central feature of our everyday lives. And of UCL’s work, too. The company does not, however, want to simply stay abreast of such developments. On the contrary,...
Production of white minerals
A report, published by the French authorities ANES in 2016, has raised concerns as it classifies titanium dioxide as being a probable health hazard. This is certainly alarming as this white pigment...
Production of sodium aluminate
Technology transferred to the other end of the world: expertise from the Lippe Plant is in high demand – also in China. The Chinese government has initiated a major environment protection...
Treatment of organic waste (incl. earthworks)
Turf-substitute products are also made at the earthworks. They, of course, help preserve our moorlands where the turf is so important for storing CO2
The Lippe Plant also has an earthworks as...
Processing of high risk animal by-products
What happens during the treatment of the high risk animal by-products is certainly not appetising. It is, however, necessary. This is the only way to ensure that substances that may be harmful to...
Metal slag processing
LEGRAN’s metal slag processing not only benefits steelworks and other metal processors, it also protects the environment. In other words: it is vital as it helps curb climate change. Every gram of...
Transfer centre for medical waste
The waste that is neutralised in the disinfection facility can be used as a fuel – it is, therefore, sent straight to the Lippe Plant’s own power station
The Lippe Plant is the final destination...
Fluidised-bed power station
Thanks to this power station, the Lippe Plant is, for the most part, energy self-sufficient. Certainly an important point as Germany gradually switches from fossil fuels to renewables – in a time,...