Indaver is leverancier van hoogwaardige materialen en hoopt dit in de toekomt verder te kunnen uitbreiden. Wij zijn voortdurend op zoek naar nieuwe en betere manieren om materialen te recupereren.
Thanks to the efforts of Indaver – among others – recycling has become the standard for waste flows such as glass, paper and plastics. Recovering raw materials from hazardous waste, on the other hand, is only feasible if we can be certain that this is safe for humans and the environment. Indaver meets this challenge.
We constantly look for new and better ways to valorise hazardous waste materials. In the past, the emphasis was on neutralising hazardous waste by breaking down the molecules in the chemical process. We are now studying which components of this waste flow have sufficient value for recovering them in a safe and efficient manner.
We examine the tiniest building-blocks – molecules – to see which ones can be reused safely and effectively. An example of this is the hydrochloric generation by Indaver at Tata Steel in Ijmuiden. We are studying whether and how we can recover chlorine, sulphuric acid, fluorine, iodine and valuable metals.