The recovery of raw material from waste takes place through zero-emission’s industrial procedures and do not use polluting technological; in fact, all the transformations within the recycling processes are carried out with physical-mechanical processes, excluding chemical phases.
The production process of secondary aluminium alloys takes place through two different melting furnaces one of them of 50 tons through an innovative patented process which involves the treatment and melting of shavings (industrial waste) without the use of sodium chloride.
The second melting furnace of 70t, designed internally and installed in 2021, uses oxygen for melting, saving on the use of methane and reducing the emissions into the atmosphere.
The entire industrial process can count on the self-production of electricity from a photovoltaic system installed on the roofs of the production site able to auto-generate till the 15% of the entire electric requirement and introducing oxygen into the melting furnaces through pipeline and not by transporting liquid in tanks.
Tons of incoming metal waste
Secondary raw material recovered
Millions of investment / year (based on 2021 data)
CO2 saved thanks to the use of secondary raw materials, photovoltaics, oxycombustion
SAVINGS OF STARTEGIC RESOURCES
95% ALUMINIUM RECOVERED
140.000 t DI CO2
Not in atmosphere
95% ELECTRIC ENERGY SAVED