Copper producer Aurubis has successfully expanded its Kayser Recycling System (KRS). According to the Hamburg-based company, the KRS-Plus was officially commissioned on 7 July, 2011, thus increasing the capacity of Aurubis's Lunen recycling centre. This investment of €62.5m will increase the Lunen's annual recycling capacity by 100,000 tonnes. The new KRS-Plus is part of an existing KRS facility which recycles different materials like copper-bearing shredded material, waste materials and consumer scrap.
Aurubis officially commissions KRS-PLUS
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