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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

Nowhere else does recycling flex its muscles more

There’s nothing old hat about iron – steel recycling keeps it forever young

Steel recycling has a long history and no other material is recycled more intensively. Indeed, it effectively acts as a prototype – demonstrating just how efficiently a material can be recycled with practically no loss in quality. The process of turning scrap into a reusable raw material is not so complex. Essentially, it is just a matter of turning the material into the required form using balers, shears and shredders. Scrap iron is used as a raw material to make new steel all around the globe. Every year, nearly 20 million tonnes of scrap iron are used in Germany alone to make raw steel – more or less the same amount of iron that would be needed to make 3,000 Eiffel Towers.

Old metal is recycled by specialist firms using shredders, shears and balers

  • Far more productive: just one tonne of scrap steel is needed to produce
    the same amount of new steel made from 1.5 tonnes of iron ore.

A few facts about material & energy efficiency – steel and scrap recycling in Germany

Recycling & use of scrap steel

Recycling & use of scrap steel

Energy consumption

Energy consumption

GHG footprint

GHG footprint

Thanks to TSR, the REMONDIS Group has a company that specialises in recycling ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Find out more about how TSR promotes sustainability