Together with the Governor of the Östergötland district, Mr. Carl Fredrik Graf, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden last week visited the LWP sorting plant at Motala, built by Sutco RecyclingTechnik GmbH, which is currently Europe's largest and most advanced sorting system for plastic packagings.
After a construction period of only one and a half year and in presence of approx. 250 invited guests from the whole of Europe, the official commissioning of the largest Swedish sorting system for plastics was celebrated in Motala in the Östergötland province.
Europe's most modern sorting plant for packaging waste in Gernsheim sets standards in terms of sorting depth and variety purity with its state of the art technology. The system designed and realized by Sutco® RecyclingTechnik GmbH also fulfills the requirements of the new packaging ordinance with regard to the required quotas and an adaptation to new sorting fractions.
The Ludden & Mennekes Entsorgungs-Systeme GmbH from Meppen in the Emsland will take over the site of the Hackling Stahl- und Metallbau GmbH Dörpen with effect from 30 December 2017. In the future, stationary systems and machines for waste management will be produced on this site as well. Together with the current manufacturing focuses and the employees, which will be taken over completely, there will be an excellent basis for further growth.
The internationally experienced specialist recycling plant builder Sutco UK (part of the LM-GROUP) started installation in November 2016 as part of the contract to design, manufacture and build the new mechanical pre-treatment (MPT) plant and fuel conveying system in Hull receiving RDF prepared by others from municipal and C&I waste. The MPT plant will deliver high quality fuel to the new state-of-the-art gasification facility, which will be owned and operated by the newly formed enterprise Energy Works (Hull) ltd.
The plant manufacturer Sutco® RecyclingTechnik GmbH from Bergisch Gladbach has been awarded the contract for the construction of the fully automatic plant for light weight packaging at the Gernsheim site.