Available as a download for you: CUTEC’s study on raw material shortages
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 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.
This page lists a variety of websites that also take either a broad or detailed look at the subject of recycled raw materials. Perfect for you if you wish to carry out your own research work and go into certain aspects in more detail. But don’t be surprised: you may not find the term ‘recycled raw materials’ on all the websites as it is an expression from the world of REMONDIS that was deliberately chosen as an alternative to the rather negative term ‘secondary raw materials’. Have fun reading up on the subject.
The website run by the BDSV [Federal Association of German Steel Recycling and Waste Management Companies]
The website run by the ifeu [Institute for Energy and Environmental Research] in Heidelberg
An initiative set up by the 18 leading companies from the non-ferrous metal industry
A website focusing on the different ways to process plastics and recycled plastics
A website containing information about Europe’s largest industrial recycling centre
A website looking at the subject of sustainability inside the global REMONDIS Group
A website focusing on the licensing of packaging and on offering advice on recycled raw materials and ecodesign
A website run by a company specialising in the recycling of paper, card and cardboard
A website run by a company that, as part of the REMONDIS Group, offers all the services and expertise required for recycling glass and plastics – in particular packaging
A website run by a company specialising in the recycling and marketing of organic raw materials