Your mineral waste is converted into raw materials

Innovation in recycling for concrete engineering, road engineering and hydraulic engineering

Attero accepts and processes a wide range of mineral waste flows. We apply the same principle - maximum recovery of raw materials from those flows. It also means that we remediate contaminated flows to make them suitable for reuse.

We recycle rubble and contaminated soil to reusable soil and construction materials that are applied in concrete, road and hydraulic engineering. We do so by using a number of conventional and some unique mechanical separation technologies. We produce concrete lego blocks and retaining walls from recovered mineral flows. Attero also operates four landfill sites.

Attero has five processing sites in the north, east and south of the Netherlands. We can also use our mobile remediation, breaking and sorting plants to create optimum waste-flow management during redevelopment projects. Our acceptance and processing rates are highly competitive.

Attero is a recognised waste-processing company. We process your waste flows in accordance with SIKB BRL 7500-7510 and BRL 2506 and accept reusable soil in accordance with BRL 9335. Attero's environmental management system is ISO 14001 certified. The energy needs on a number of our sites are met by 100% green electricity requirements. We generate the green electricity by ourselves. Attero works continuously on innovative technology to increase separation yields and to minimise harmful emissions even further.

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