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Kohl Recycling

Sustainability -

results in a tomorrow designed for the future

 
Kohl Recycling

Sustainability -

results in a tomorrow designed for the future

Kohl Recycling

Sustainability -

results in a tomorrow designed for the future

 
Kohl Recycling

Sustainability -

results in a tomorrow designed for the future

Acting responsibly.

In recent years, the term sustainability has been on everyone's lips. But the principle is basically as old as humanity itself: The responsible treatment of our natural resources is essential in order to secure the livelihood of future generations. 

As a Specialist Waste Management Company we are even more aware of this responsibility and act solely on the basis of sustainability premises.

During the recycling process, we obtain raw materials from waste. These are returned to the economic cycle and processed to create new products. By returning waste to the material and energy cycles, we make an important contribution towards protecting the environment, since this reduces the volume of waste and protects our ever decreasing resources. 

Scrap, metals, paper, card, plastic and glass are particularly well-suited to material recovery. The prerequisite for this process is the separation of materials into different types. This process is guaranteed by our professional sorting and the use of our modern recovery facilities.

For us, sustainability also means constantly looking ahead with regard to our thoughts and actions. We thus consult with our customers in advance and develop tailored disposal concepts that are sustainable both economically and ecologically. 

We consider paying special attention to a modern, environmentally-friendly operation to be a valuable investment in the future. Our vehicles, machinery and tools meet or exceed current environmental requirements. Our material storage facility exceeds the most modern of standards and environmental requirements, ensuring that water and soil protection is guaranteed at all times.


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