EuRec Environmental Technology GmbH

Member since: 12/2020

Active in: WG Framework conditions

EuRec Environmental Technology GmbH

EuRec Environmental Technology GmbH is a medium-sized company in Thuringia (Germany), which has specialised in the production, delivery, assembly, commissioning, maintenance and repair of waste treatment technology since its foundation in 1995. It does not matter whether it is a single machine or a complete plant. Shredding, screening, separating, dosing and packaging technology from a single source and Made in Germany - not many companies can claim this today. For example, our shredders are used for the processing of municipal waste, residual waste, commercial waste, bulky waste, mixed construction waste, matured timber, demolition wood, railway sleepers, plastics, tyres, used batteries, car bodies and more. Our climate packages make it possible that EuRec machines can be operated all over the world, no matter if in extremely cold areas like Siberia or hot regions like in Egypt or Bermuda.

The more companies are active on this and similar platforms, the better, faster and easier it is for interested parties around the world to get the information they need in ever shorter ways. This means not only possible new business deals, but also a targeted exchange of experience with other companies, which overall benefits the protection of our environment. Our more than 20 years of know-how speaks for itself, as do our references. We are very active in low- and middle-income countries and have already delivered machines and plants almost all over the world. Our aim is to share our ideas and experience with PREVENT members and to cooperate with them on new projects. We look forward to hearing from you!

Waste is a recyclable material, it should be “recovered” and not “disposed of”. EuRec offers its integrated concepts, sustainable solutions and advanced technologies for the treatment of all types of waste. The EuRec concept was and is energy recovery instead of landfilling and therefore our waste treatment plants replace landfilling in many countries around the world.