Member since: 05/2019

Active in: WG3

Solvorec GmbH

Solvorec GmbH provides business consultancy services covering all aspects of waste disposal, recycling, sustainable use of resources and retaining and obtaining secondary raw materials, as well as being an approved dealer and broker for all kinds of waste. As a member of the German RETech Partnership, German Recycling Technologies and Waste Management e.V., Solvorec is involved in a variety of working groups, including in southern Europe and a number of developing and middle-income countries. Solvorec is also a member of the BVSE (Bundesverband Sekundärrohstoffe und Entsorgung e. V. – Federal Association for Secondary Raw Materials and Waste Disposal) and is actively represented in Grüner Wirtschaftsrat e.V. (Council for the Green Economy). As you would expect from a member of the Bundesverband Materialwirtschaft, Einkauf und Logistik e.V. (Association for Supply Chain Management, Procurement and Logistics – BME) , these activities are all viewed through the prism of commercial success: we are represented on the Board of the BME’s regional branch for Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, and are committed to following the its guidelines.

As a provider of consultancy services to the waste disposal sector, our aim is to ensure that principles of sustainable use of resources and the circular economy are implemented to the fullest possible extent. We look to use our material flow reviews and our position as an approved dealer and broker for all kinds of waste to ensure that by-products, secondary raw materials and other valuable materials are reused and recycled as sustainably as possible. We offer a range of innovative solutions and concepts to encourage environmentally friendly and profitable business management. As the CEO of the company, I am personally committed to making a positive contribution to maintaining our environment, both locally and worldwide.

For us, the key is to conserve the raw or manufacturing material, even if it is broken down to its to its molecular components or base elements. In our view, simply burning waste in incinerators cannot be a solution for a sustainable circular economy, even if some materials have to undergo thermal treatment to make them safe. It is also important to turn waste into a fluid, alternative source of fuel, and thus to make use of its potential to reduce CO2 emissions and combat climate change. Our aim is to minimise the amount of the world’s precious supply of natural resources and raw materials being wasted in incinerators or landfill sites. By doing so, we can improve our quality of life (from an economic as well as an environmental standpoint), and preserve the earth for future generations.