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Miele, the manufacturer of household and commercial appliances, and the international recycling firm, REMONDIS, are now working for the future together: REMONDIS will take over responsibility for collecting, managing and recycling a wide range of waste types generated by Miele in the Netherlands at the end of 2020. These include residual waste, old paper, plastic film, food waste and hazardous waste.
During his visit to the Lippe Plant, REMONDIS’ main business location and the largest industrial recycling centre in Europe, Stefan Verhoeven, CEO of Miele Nederland, was able to see for himself just how high REMONDIS’ level of expertise and know-how is in the field of recycling and sustainability.
REMONDIS Nederland’s number one priority is recovering resources and returning high quality recycled raw materials to production cycles – as is the case at all the REMONDIS Group companies.
Both the wide range of very different recycling processes and the fact that REMONDIS is able to return over 30 million tonnes of recyclables to production cycles every year – something that also generates major CO2 savings – were more than enough to convince Stefan Verhoeven to collaborate with the recycling specialists. “We are honoured that Miele has chosen us to be their partner so we can help them reach their sustainability goals,” commented Dr Andreas Krawczik, managing director of REMONDIS Nederland, and Niels Visser, sales manager at REMONDIS Nederland.
Niels Visser, Sales Manager REMONDIS Nederland, Stefan Verhoeven, CEO Miele Nederland, and Dr Andreas Krawczik, Managing Director REMONDIS Nederland, (from left to right) during their visit to REMONDIS’ Lippe Plant