The vast majority of construction and public works waste is made up of inert waste, as well as waste which is very similar to industrial waste and is processed using special methods.

Inert waste, which is made up of mineral materials, is very divers. It includes stones, earth and excavated material, various types of concrete, bricks, roof tiles, ceramics, floor and wall tiles, road surfacing waste, etc.

  • 0Mt

    produced in 2015 in France

  • 0%

    of inert waste recycled in 2014 in France

  • 0%

    reclaimed by 2020 ==> Target set by the French Energy Transition Act

Paris

  • LocationMixed-Waste Processing Facility in Quinsy Voisins (77)
  • CustomerBennes Services
  • Incoming WasteConstruction waste, non-hazardous industrial waste
  • HOURLY THROUGHPUT50 T/H
  • ANNUAL CAPACITY150.000 tonnes
  • KEY FEATURES

    High production capacity

     

    High-quality mechanical preparation to limit the number of operators

     

    High-quality fine materials

Bennes Services sorting unit - France - Paris area

Geneva

  • LocationMixed-Waste Processing Facility in Satigny (Switzerland)
  • CustomerSerbeco Recyclage
  • Incoming WasteNon-hazardous industrial waste, bulky waste, and construction waste
  • HOURLY THROUGHPUT20 T/H, depending on incoming waste
  • ANNUAL CAPACITY60 000 tonnes
  • KEY FEATURES

    Highly compact installation

     

    CDIM-quality fine waste

     

    Dual reclamation: materials and energy, with pre-calcination RDF

Perpignan

  • LocationMixed-waste processing line in Perpignan (66)
  • CustomerSabaté and Boutan Valorisation
  • Incoming WasteConstruction waste
  • HOURLY THROUGHPUT10 T/H
  • ANNUAL CAPACITY20.000 tonnes
  • KEY FEATURES

    Highly compact installation

     

    Waste reclamation

     

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