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Cooperation for the recyclability of packaging

International consultancy RecycleMe and Stadler Anlagenbau have announced their cooperation to conduct sorting tests to determine the recyclability of packaging in a unique alliance along the recycling value chain. The tests will be conducted at the recently opened state-of-the-art Stadler Test and Innovation Center in Slovenia for RecycleMe - a company of the Raan Group, which also includes the Reclay Group companies active in the field of EPR systems. RecycleMe customers can analyze sorting behavior of their packaging under current and in real-life conditions.

"We are pleased to have STADLER as a globally active and renowned partner at our side", said Sabrina Goebel, Managing Director at RecycleMe. "This cooperation allows us to offer our clients sorting tests under the best conditions using the latest technology, simulating the behavior of packaging in practice - and with meaningful quantities. This will enable us to further increase the quality of the results in our recyclability analysis and optimization of packaging".

Once the behavior of a packaging has been analyzed by RecycleMe and Stadler, customers receive high-quality, well-founded reports. They are also provided with a trend analysis and additional recommendations from the RecycleMeTeam, which is built around experts from the circular economy and recycling industry. Through this unique cooperation, manufacturers and distributors will benefit from the accumulated market expertise of the two partners.

“Our Test and Innovation Center is representative of a state-of-the-art sorting plant. In addition, we have sensor technology that allows us to provide RecycleMe clients with tailor-made solutions. As one of the most sought-after specialists in the field of premium plant construction, we see ourselves as pioneers in our industry.  By working with an innovative and well-connected company such as RecycleMe GmbH, we gain important insights into current market developments, which we will then incorporate into new projects", added Willi Stadler, Managing Director at Stadler.

Publication date: 01/12/2021


This project has been co-funded with the support of the LIFE financial instrument of the European Union [LIFE17 ENV/ES/000438] Life programme

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