Each year, German households produce around 38 million tonnes of waste. This gigantic mountain of rubbish harbours valuable raw materials that can be removed, recycled, processed and turned into new, high-quality products. Sesotec develops innovative sorting systems for sorting centres and recycling companies to divide mixed material flows into uniform fractions and eliminate contaminants.
Why is household waste recycled?
How do Sesotec systems help you?
Sesotec has been developing innovative machines and systems for the recycling industry for more than 40 years. Our sorting systems cover applications for sorting household waste. They remove contaminants or metals and separate materials by colour, shape and type. In doing so, they play an important role in introducing reusable material profitably into the recycling loop.Greater throughput levels, less loss of material and higher material purity increase added value. As a result, the purchase of equipment amortises rapidly. In addition, sorting systems help with sustainability, the conservation of resources and environmental protection, as less rubbish ends up in landfills or incinerators.
What products and materials are sorted?
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Foreign materials posed the biggest challenge to the new plant.
Contaminants such as ceramics, stones, porcelain (CSP), metals, paper,
and plastics comprise as much as 15 to 20% of the total weight of all
collected glass waste. To overcome this challenge, KRS supplied a
sorting system that meets these requirements.
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