(D, B) – The German engineering company SiCon GmbH and the recycling group Belgian Scrap Terminal NV (BST) have successfully started up a treatment plant for shredder residue in Antwerp, Belgium. The plant, which had been operating on a pilot basis, has ramped up its capacity from 8,000 to 20,000 tonnes per year, ...
Shredder residue treatment plant starts up in Antwerp
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