Slag processingand recovery of industrial waste

From special waste to resource: the recovery of industrial waste, and in particular of slag, allows to exploit metals and construction materials.

Efficient treatmentsfor high quality results

Panizzolo plants are valued for their production performance, low consumption and management costs, and their ease of use. We stand out for our strong experience as direct users of processing systems and, exploiting this know-how, we study all the new solutions focusing on the customer and on the success of their investment.

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If steel mill slag was considered special waste up to a few years ago, today this industrial byproduct is a valid source of recovery of metal and non-metal material. There is a growing demand for aggregates in the construction sector, while quarries are diminishing. Following this trend, the slag from special waste has been reclassified as recoverable waste.

This allowed us to discover that when properly treated, slag possesses better physical and mechanical properties than other materials and inerts and is rich in metallic residues. This waste can therefore recover its direct use without being sent to a landfill. It can be used in a wide range of options such as materials for construction and other industrial sectors.

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We listen to your needs and can supply you with the best technologies to meet your business goals.
The processing cycles are designed to maximise production activities, to be able to attain full recovery of secondary raw materials and to reintroduce them directly into the economic cycle.

Electric motors

WEEE

SUW

Tins

Metal scrap

Mixed metals

Aluminium

Slag processing

Paper mill pulper

End-of-life vehicles

Car engines

Refining

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