We all have our own profession, you produce electronics, we are specialists in waste materials. We are good at it and have been doing it for years. We have already made thousands of tonnes of material find their way to safe re-use and processing. In times where health and safety play an ever more important role and rightfully so, we have a shared responsibility.Yours starts with the use of raw materials within your production where many regulations are in place. Ours starts where scrap and waste materials arise: consulting, packaging, transportation, collection, sorting and eventually the processing of the materials. Both as a company and as an individual we need to take care that our activities and actions never endanger the environment and our safety. Only with this awareness we can manage our business in a way that secures us a solid future.


Anyone who generates, stores, moves or processes waste, gets involved in regulations. For many it is difficult to get to the bottom of these and that's where we can help. Amongst the regulations involved:

Accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises Dangereuses par Route, in short ADR, dated September 30th. 1957. This concerns an European agreement related to transportation of dangerous goods by road, both national and international. It tells us how to classify materials, how to pack them and in what type of truck the material may be moved.

Basel Convention, whereas the European Union implemented this convention as law under COUNSEL REGULATION (EEC) No. 259/93. These rules have been implemented to regulate the streams of possibly hazardous materials and to make sure that treatment/processing is done in an environmentally sound manner.  

We are there to help you with all this and in many cases we can take all these procedures off your hands.

You've got your profession, we've got ours!