We have a department for recycling batteries with the licence of Toxic Waste Manager and is built according to current European environmental regulations to prevent soil contamination.

In short, it’s about recycling and recovering everything possible, from an old frying pan, to cuttings from a sheet metal mould or chips generated in the manufacture of a screw.

The future of the scrap yards depends on awareness and adaptation to the new requirements of society. Today they are useful companies, immersed in the cycle of production and recovery, they are an important link in this chain.

And this must be immediately reflected inthe company itself, in the scrap yard itself, which must invest in new technologies and in the training and specialisation of its staff.

As Non-Hazardous Waste Managers we try to recycle and recover all the. . .