Opening of the recycling park at Kirchheim/Teck

On 22 September 2009, a new construction materials recycling park owned by the company Heinrich Feess GmbH & Co. KG, Kirchheim was opened near the Kirchheim/Teck-West junction on the A8 motorway.
The recycling park covers an area of 40 000 m2 (Fig. 1). Baden-Württemberg’s Minister of the Environment Tanja Gönner was visibly impressed by the quality of the
material produced. With 30 000 m2 useful area, the plant is
the third site of the family-run company alongside a materials handling plant in Ebersbach and administration offices in Kirchheim. Managing Director Walter Feess sees himself as an...

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