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Leichtweiß-Institut für Wasserbau, Technische Universität Braunschweig
The Department of Waste Management is part of the Leichtweiß-Institute for Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources of Technische Universität Braunschweig. Working areas are Landfills, Innovative monitoring, International waste management and especially Recycling, waste treatment, renewable energy.
MASLATON Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Our office has headquarters in Leipzig, Munich and Cologne and works nationwide with the help of eleven lawyers and an adequate staff of research assistants. Our specialised lawyers are providing a widespread legal advice.
BASF is the world’s leading chemical company – The Chemical Company. With about 113,000 employees, six Verbund sites and approximately 380 additional production sites worldwide we serve customers and partners in almost all countries of the world.
Universität Stuttgart - ISWA
The Institute for Sanitary Engineering, Water Quality and Solid Waste Management (ISWA) is a research and training facility of the University of Stuttgart (Universität Stuttgart) within the faculty of "Civil and Environmental Engineering Sciences". The University’s Sewage Treatment Plant for Research and Teaching, which is situated within the institute, is unique throughout Europe.
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Eggersmann Plant Engineering acquires BRT, the international engineering specialist in waste sorting and Recycling technology
BRT Recycling Technologie GmbH based in Ibbenbüren is to be integrated into the Eggersmann Group. As a specialist in waste sorting and recycling equipment, with an export share of over 85%, the company is a perfect fit with the international outlook of Eggersmann Plant Engineering.
Petroplus relies on integrated EMCS solution in OpenTAS
Fully automated customs handling implemented by Implico.
Energy-efficient drives for HUBER machines
HUBER has taken on its share of responsibility for the new EU legislation: The complete product portfolio has been reviewed with regard to the new legislation so that every plant operator can be sure to have the energy-efficient motor for his machine.