Active in UBC recycling since ????
Paper mill Delkeskamp is a family owned business GmbH, located in Nortrup Germany producing quality corrugated cardboard. Input material is standard OCC and Used Beverage Cartons.
Active in UBC recycling since 1995
Heinzel Paper Raubling Papier GmbH, located in Raubling Germany, produces high quality corrugated container-board and folded cartons for niche luxury products. Input material is standard OCC and Used Beverage Cartons.The total paper production is 230.000 t/a employing around 150 specialists with turn over of M€110. They focus on environmental innovations, like circular water treatment and an integrated power plant for electricity and heat, also feeding a municipal heating grid.
Active in UBC recycling since 2011
Lucart S.a.S is part of the Lucart Group S.p.A. and is located in Laval sur Vologne France. They produces tissue paper (toilet paper, kitchen towels, napkins and hand towels) from virgin cellulose and recycled UBC’s. The main brands from UBC made products are: FiberPack and AlPe dispensers. The total paper production is 60kt/a. They operate a fully integrated water treatment plant.
Active in UBC recycling since 2010
Lucart S.p.A. is located in Diecimo Italy. They produces tissue paper (toilet paper, kitchen towels, napkins and hand towels) from virgin cellulose and recycled UBC’s. The main brands from UBC made products are: FiberPack and AlPe dispensers. The total paper production is 100kt/a. They operate for the plant with two gas turbine powered CHP’s and a fully integrated water treatment plant. With the latest project they reprocess in-house their paper rejects into transport pallets.
Active in UBC recycling since 1996
The family owned Papier Fabrik Niederauer Mühle GmbH, located in Kreuzau Germany, produces high quality white corrugated medium paper 120-200 grams for use in mainly boxes and folded cartons for food-contact. Input material is standard OCC and Used Beverage Cartons.The total paper production is 300.000 t/a. They operate a circular water treatment plant with a biogas plant integrated as a fully integrated power plant (CHP).
Active in polyAl recycling since 2018
EcoPlasteam is the first large scale operational polyAl recycler in Europe, located in Spinetta Marengo (IT). EcoPlasteam operates a patented process, where paper rejects are cleaned from impurities and contamination. The polyolefins and aluminium are custom specific processed into their patented EcoAllene. Production capacity is 7,5kt/a with a high tech inhouse lab facility.
Active in polyAl recycling since 2021
Palurec GmbH was founded in December 2017 by Fachverband Kartonverpackungen für flüssige Nahrungsmittel e.V. (FKN – Association for Beverage Cartons) who is the sole shareholder, with its headquarters in Berlin. There are three companies in the association, Tetra Pak GmbH (Hochheim am Main), SIG Combibloc GmbH (Linnich) and Elopak GmbH (Mannheim) which have invested around 8 million euros in the construction of the Palurec recycling plant on the site of the chemical park in Hürth near Cologne The plant capacity is 18 kt/a and the output granules are produced for injection moulding applications and compounding.
Active in polyAl recycling since 2021
PlastiGram Industries a.s. operates in Sokolov (CR) a chemical separation plant for paper rejects.Their input of 16kt/ is via several cleaning processes and a chemical separation step formed into high quality, low aluminium containing (<0,2%) r-LDPE, that can be used for extrusion film blowing applications. The company is 100% owned by the Meridon Inovative Technologies Fund.
Active in polyAl recycling since 2020
ReconPolymers is a private owned company delivering solutions for daily environmental solutions. They are developers of equipment, but also operate the first line for 7,5 kt/a input material in Roosendaal (NL). Using an innovative dry separation process, they have a separation ratio of over 98% with almost no produced waste material. Their agglomerates are used in high end injection molding applications. ReconPolymers considers paper rejects as a raw material and not as a waste product.