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With more than 35 years of experience, 660 employees and over 1000 patents, Erema is dedicated to developing reliable machines and components for plastic recycling. Today, Erema has more than 6,500 plants in operation worldwide, and together they produce more than 14 million tons of plastic pellets of the highest quality. As a sustainable company, it strives for profitable processing and works constantly to research new technologies and further optimizations.
When packaging and other plastic products reach the end of their life cycle, they need to be washed and/or separated in order to be reused. Lindner Washtech develops and manufactures the market's leading products for fragmentation, washing, drying and separation. Washing takes place with friction washing or with hot water washing. Depending on whether it is plastic film or hard plastic, Lindner Washtech has different types of drying equipment. Mixed plastics are separated with adapted separators. The washing and separation systems also include label removers.
Weima was founded in 1980 and is today one of the leading manufacturers of shredders for plastic recycling. The company has over 300 employees worldwide and is headquartered in Ilsfeld, Germany. Weima has a wide range of plastic shredders that can process everything from smaller plastic components to the largest series, the Weima PowerLine, with a capacity of up to 10 tons of plastic per hour. Our shredders are equipped with technology that enables fast and efficient processing of plastic waste, while minimizing energy consumption and ensuring the highest possible recycling efficiency.
Bianna is our global supplier for the sorting and treatment of waste. With over 30 years of experience and 200 treatment facilities in operation, Bianna has extensive knowledge of all areas within waste management. The company has its own research, development and manufacturing of equipment but also consultancy and service. Bianna uses advanced technology to sort plastic and separate different types of plastic from each other. The sorting machines are based on NIR technology (near infrared spectroscopy) which enables fast and efficient separation of plastic material according to its chemical properties.