Waste treatment

Waste treatment refers to the process of managing, treating, and disposing of waste in a safe and environmentally responsible manner. The goal of waste treatment is to reduce the harm caused by waste to human health and the environment. With our waste treatment technologies, we turn waste into valuable resources. 

To achieve the most effective result, we use various methods and technologies, including recycling, composting, waste incineration, mechanical-biological treatment, composting, solidification or landfilling.

A key component in modern waste reduction hierarchy „Reduce, Reuse, Recycle“ is recycling.  This is the process of collecting, sorting, and processing waste into new materials and products. Recycling helps to conserve natural resources, reduce energy usage, and minimize waste.

Sorting and treating waste allows it to be further processed into reusable materials, thereby maximising the savings of primary resources and energy as well as reducing environmental burdens.  

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