We organize the recycling of the following materials and take care of proper disposal:

Hunting groups according to ElektroG2

According to ElektroG, in the household and commercial sector, material that has to be disposed of continuously has high recyclable content. As a rule, so-called electrical scrap is easy to process and recyclable materials are easy to separate from the residual waste. In particular, IT scrap is an increasingly available raw material supplier.

  • Group 1, major household appliances
  • Group 2, refrigerators
  • Group 3, screen devices
  • Group 4, gas discharge lamps
  • Group 5, E-scrap complete
  • Group 6, PV modules

Electronic components

Electronic scrap from electrical components is a supplier of valuable raw materials. In this case, complicated processes are often necessary to separate recyclables from the residual waste.

  • Computer
  • Power Supplies
  • Plug
  • PCBs Class 1
  • PCBs Class 2
  • PCBs Class 3
  • Hard disks
  • Drives
  • Copper coils
  • Radios
  • E-motors
  • TV-Jokes

High quality electronic components

High-quality electronic components work only by using exceptionally valuable materials, in only very limited available. The recovery of these resources requires the highest level of expertise, qualified employees and a high level of technology. We know the market.

  • Random access memory
  • CPU’s (ceramics, goldcaps, plastic with CU-plate)
  • Handy’s
  • High quality connectors
  • IC’s (ceramic, plastic mixed)
  • Boards
  • Slot processors

Precious metals

The recovery of precious metals such as gold, silver or platinum is a lucrative business, which also documents the growing awareness of the general public for recycling. Rising precious metal prices prohibit a careless handling of precious metal-containing materials.

  • gold-bearing material
  • Material with gold contact points
  • Silver plated material
  • Gilded material

Scrap iron

Iron scrap is almost pure material. We have many years of Kowhow in scrap processing and guarantee our partners the highest possible level of recycling.

  • Mixed scrap
  • Heavy scrap mixed

Cable waste

Cable waste from private or commercial businesses contains a high proportion of recyclables, which can usually be easily separated from the residual waste. In particular, aluminum and copper cables are interesting for recycling.

  • Aluminum Cable
  • Aluminum-copper cable
  • Degaussing cable (shielding cable)
  • Ribbon cable (with and without plug)
  • Household cable (plug-free)
  • Litz cable (with and without plug)
  • Power copper cable
  • Plug Cable

Nonferrous metals

So-called non-ferrous metals such as aluminum, zinc, copper, lead and brass or special alloys determine our everyday life. A careless handling of these resources available in mass prohibits.

  • aluminum (crockery, profiles)
  • tin / zinc
  • Copper (enamelled wire, tinned, Millberry, Raff)
  • lead (lead acid batteries)
  • Stainless steel
  • Brass