Gossler reveals designs for Germany and Poland

Beacham, Will
April 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;4/30/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 64, p35
Trade Publication
The article reveals the plan of Gossler Envitec, a company specializing in plastics and rubber recycling technology, to build plants in Germany and Poland. The company is at the design stage for a 10,000 tonne per year plant in northern Germany and a 3,000 tonne per year unit in Poland. The German plant will process heavily contaminated mixed polyolefins waste and includes a pre-processing feedstock preparation unit. The Polish plant will process mixed polyolefins waste.


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