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NTCP – Ready for operations

NTCP – Ready for operations

NTCP is an independent, not-for-profit organization. NTCP test, and perform experiments and research on the sorting and washing process to help closing the plastic loop and work towards 100% circular re-use of plastics from household waste. In the month of March 2020, Stellio Projects successfully completed the construction period on behalf of Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions. …

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National Testcentre Circular Plastics

National Testcentre Circular Plastics

Stellio Projects, commissioned by Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions, started the construction of the National Test Centre Circular Plastics – NTCP in Heerenveen in The Netherlands. Stellio is responsible for managing the construction, installation and progress of the technologies to be installed. The initiative to develop such a facility is a unique approach in Europe and actively …

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Piping job – Krones

Piping job – Krones

Stellio Projects finished a pipingjob for a hot-wash PE-PP machine from the Krones Company. The high tech washing machine recovers ink from post-consumer plastics. Share this post: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn WhatsApp Recent Posts Contact info   +31 (0)78 7370 292 info@stellioprojects.com Follow us Facebook Instagram Youtube More posts

Kempenaars Recycling Roosendaal in operations

Kempenaars Recycling Roosendaal in operations

The new paper-cardboard seperation system of the company Kempenaars Recycling BV is succesfully tested and operational. Kempenaars Recycling’s new paper-cardboard separation installation fully automatically separates large and small pieces of cardboard from paper in 2 different sizes. The overall capacity of the new facility is 25 tons per hour in average. fter the separated material …

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Succesfull tests of brand new paper-cardboard installation

Succesfull tests of brand new paper-cardboard installation

The first tests of the sorting installation are a fact. After a successful cold commissioning period, the first production tests finished last week. Kempenaars Recycling’s new paper-cardboard separation installation fully automatically separates large and small pieces of cardboard from paper. After the separated material is pressed into high-quality bales and sold to a large number …

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Start construction works Kempenaars Recycling – Netherlands

Start construction works Kempenaars Recycling – Netherlands

The construction of the new sorting facility started Monday 13th of May.  The aim of the new facility is work towards larger production capacities and raising the Kempenaars Recycling company output quality standards. Kempenaars Recycling has its origins 1946. The company have been processing and marketing used paper and metals for over 65 years. Shortly after …

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Morssonkhof Plastics Heerenveen

Morssinkhof Plastics Heerenveen in operations

The brand new factory has been built to process plastic waste from both Dutch and foreign households containing polypropylene and high-density polyethylene. Stellio Projects has been responsible on behalf of Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions, for on-site management and the process commissioning of the entire automated sorting installation. The new recycling plant is a special example of …

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Start commissioning – Morssinkhof Rymoplast

Start commissioning – Morssinkhof Rymoplast

After a period of finishing technical details, constructing and testing software; the project has arrived in the warm commissioning phase. Small production runs will be made perfectly adjust machines and software. Stellio Projects is on behalf of Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions responsible for the multiple fine-tuning sessions. The ultramodern factory has the capacity to process PP …

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Major breakthrough achieved in recycling plastic packaging

Used polypropylene (PP), obtained from separate residual waste, recycled into a high-quality raw plastic material. This has been achieved thanks to a collaboration between Philips, Morssinkhof, NHL / Stenden University, and Omrin. This unique breakthrough produces such high quality and high purity raw-material granulate, that it can be reused on a large scale and to produce high-quality ‘new’ plastic for …

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