Clever solutions to protect our environment
Climate change is a huge challenge that we can best meet by acting sustainably together. At Haver & Boecker, we do just that – in two dimensions: in our own value chain, a modern environmental management system ensures sustainable action throughout. At the same time, many of our products serve to ensure sustainable protection of our environment and limited use of resources in very different areas.
When it comes to environmental protection, there is no way around recycling and waste management – because: The more raw materials and materials we recycle, the fewer resources we consume.
A central process in the reprocessing of used materials is screening. With us, you will find the right screen sections for your plant – for example, for recycling soils, building and and demolition materials, general waste, glass or e-waste (e.g. cable residues).
Filter media made out of stainless steel mesh have also proven to be ideal for the extrusion of plastic melts due to their high strength and chemical resistance.
To slow down global warming, we must work together to sustainably reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. Let us not just start tomorrow, but now! For example, by better protecting our elaborately manufactured products and conserving our resources such as raw materials, energy and labour. Let us reuse and recycle the many packages we use more than ever.
For more sustainable processes in your production and for your customers, we offer packaging and filling technologies that use clever palletising and loading technology to enable loss-free delivery of products and protect the product from loss until it is used. This limits CO2 emissions to the absolute minimum and avoids wasting resources. With our silo, mixing and processing technologies, we offer further technology-specific and resource-saving solutions.
For non-cohesive soils, the exact particle size distribution can be determined with the aid of sieve analysis. Standardised test sieves made according to DIN ISO 3310 are a prerequisite here so that the soils can be classified.