• Challenges for Recycling Companies

    With the topic of climate change everywhere you look these days and the general public’s growing disapproval of plastic, we have certainly entered a new era in recycling. Governments, business and the general public , have all become heavily invested in what we can do to be more sustainable and preserve our scarce resources. Or more precisely: how we will preserve our future.

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    Challenges for Recycling Companies
  • Quality improvement in recycling

    Are you curious about the challenges in the recycle sector and how you can deal with them? In the white paper ‘Quality improvement in recycling’ we take you through the entire process, from necessity to optimization of quality control. Are you curious about your next step in the progress of waste processing?

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    Quality improvement in recycling
  • Product certification recycling

    Process control and optimization of all phases in the recycling process are key if you want to achieve high-quality recycled material. From collection, disassembly and separation to purification and delivery in desired volumes. Kiwa can help you with this, with a wide range of product certificates in the field of recycling.

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    Product certification recycling
  • System certification recycling

    Knowledge without application has no effect. The application of knowledge in the continuous cycle of process improvement requires daily focus. As a company you can improve your performance by working better by means of describing, checking and adjusting. Kiwa supports you with this, with numerous system certifications in the field of recycling.

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    System certification recycling
  • The recycling industry’s growing pains

    Many recycling companies have difficulty complying with current standards and guidelines. That is not an unwillingness, but caused by the situation in practice. Rob Franken, Kiwa’s product manager Recycling tells more about it in his blog.

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    The recycling industry’s growing pains