REMONDIS’ business locations around the world

Being one of the world’s leading recycling, service and water companies, REMONDIS has around 1,000 business locations across the globe. These can be found in over 30 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.

REMONDIS’ business locations

REMONDIS’ business locations in Germany

REMONDIS’ business activities in Germany are managed and carried out by its six regional companies. REMONDIS also has a whole variety of specialist companies, many of which are based here in Germany as well.

REMONDIS’ locations in Germany

Recycled raw materials – also incorrectly called secondary raw materials even though there is nothing “secondary” about them – are raw materials that are not made from natural resources, such as ore and crude oil, but recovered from existing products and materials. Recycled raw materials are indispensable for a sustainable economy and, ultimately, are the only way to ensure that future generations around the world will also have sufficient supplies of natural resources. Compared to the so-called primary or virgin raw materials, recycled raw materials have a whole number of other advantages as well. Which is why it makes absolute sense to promote their production and use.

Into the future with recycled raw materials. Otherwise there is no future

Good arguments for recycled raw materials

Recycled raw materials offer economic, environmental and social advantages – i.e. in all areas of sustainability.

Politicians need to take action

What needs to be done for recycled raw materials to be more successful? An Ecodesign Directive, for example, that not only focuses on energy efficiency but on the raw material efficiency of products and their packaging as well.

Recycled raw materials and industry

Recycled raw materials are already being used on a grand scale to produce paper, glass and steel – and have been for a long time. Quite a bit is possible, though, in other sectors as well.

State-of-the-art technology

Ever more complex products and composite materials are creating huge challenges for recyclers. A few examples of recycling innovations can be found here.