NOTHING GOOD ON TV? NOT FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE.

Electronic products fascinate young and old alike. From innovative flatscreen TVs to fully automatic juicers, they enhance the quality of life in almost every German household. But there comes the day when the electronic device does not work or is not up to date any more. A new one is needed, the old one has to leave. This is when the Electrical Appliance Law comes into play, which is based on EU guidelines. Its objectives are the avoidance of waste in the form of electrical appliances, their reduction thanks to recycling and the decrease of their pollutant contents. For that purpose, the law defines quota for collection and recycling. The goal for all of Germany is to collect at least 4 kg of old appliances from households per inhabitant and year.

A QUESTION OF TECHNOLOGY:
CC ELEKTRONIC WASTE

An electric device normally consists of various materials such as plastics, metals, glass or hazardous waste like batteries. Therefore this task requires a real expert. We provide local communities with collection points and deliver the fractions directly to the recycling facilities for per-sorting, based on legal provisions. The different groups are disassembled and passed on to the companies for recycling.

COLLECTION

Acceptance of old appliances on behalf of disposal providers at collection points and recycling centres

SORTING

Ensuring of a proper pre-sorting into six clearly defined collection groups

DISPOSAL

Separate disposal of pollutants such as mercury in television tubes or CFCs in refrigerators

SUSTAINABILITY

Uncovering of contained recycling materials and preparation for their further utilisation in the circulation system

Did you know ...

... that our subsidiary Peitzmann guarantees the precise alloy evaluation and appropriate payment for the material, by means of latest technology such as an X-Ray fluorescence instrument?

FACTS & FIGURES

Founded: 1972
Locations: 1
Employees: over 40
peitzmann@toensmeier.de

Services

  • Disposal and recycling of different waste and material fractions
  • Acceptance, processing and handling of all scrap and metal fractions (such as aluminium, copper, brass and zinc)
  • Trading

Branches