Eunan Kelly, CDE’s head of business development for Northern and Western Europe
Among the CDE sustainability champions to have contributed to its landmark landfill diversion total are Nordic firms Velde Pukk, with a large wet processing plant for C&D waste based in Stavanger and the century-old, fourth generation D.A. Mattsson AB, based near Stockholm/Sweden, whose plant is helping to divert almost 100 % of incoming C&D waste from landfill. They join some of the most advanced waste recycling plants designed and engineered by CDE in the DACH region, including the Switzerland-based WALO AG, whose 200 t/h CDE plant is processing a range of feedstock, including excavation material and railway ballast.
And alongside these, CDE’s solutions are also transforming the circular economy in France, through partnerships with waste recycling pioneers Sodextra S.A. who now recovers 70 % of incoming inert CD&E waste with its 135 t/h CDE plant, and the likeminded Pélichet Albert SA, a fellow French outfit based in Cessy, whose CDE plant is diverting up to 200 000 tonnes of inert C&D waste from landfill sites every year.
Christoph Baier, CDE’s head of business development for the DACH region
Committed to revolutionising in the waste recycling sector, Christoph Baier, CDE’s head of business development for the DACH region, says the company is currently working to deliver its most advanced waste recycling plant in Europe to date. “The realisation of this project is testament to our commitment to engineering excellence. We look forward to sharing more about this flagship project in the coming months and the CDE innovations that are advancing the circular economy in Europe.”