Waste Division

Disposal and recovery

To reuse an element instead of eliminating it as waste:
This is our goal.

Our Waste division is addressed to companies that need to dispose of their assimilable municipal solid waste, also dealing with its intermediation and transport.

The recovery activity consists of the production of refuse-derived fuel (RDF) or secondary solid fuel (SSF) complying with the UNI CEN/TS 15359 and subsequent amendments and additions technical standards, obtained through processing cycles of industrial waste assimilable to municipal solid waste consisting of separation, treatment, crushing, screening and refining of waste, thus ensuring the end product an adequate calorific value.

Production of fuel

The RDF (Refuse-Derived Fuel), is a dry shredded solid fuel obtained from waste treatment by eliminating non-combustible materials (glass, metals, aggregates) and wet waste (organic matter such as food waste ).

The RDF, thus recovered from non-hazardous municipal solid waste and non-hazardous special industrial waste, undergoes different phases aimed at ensuring a high calorific value, reducing and controlling the environmental health risk and reducing the presence of metallic materials inadequate for combustion. In fact, the product is used for thermal combustion in special plants producing thermal and/or electrical energy.

This material can be an excellent fuel for cement plants, economically advantageous compared to traditional fuel. For the production of RDF we use high-quality, technologically advanced machinery, built to offer a high shredding capacity and flexibility as regards the materials to be shredded.

Wood processing

The ecological sector and the recovery of wood waste have always been our trade.

Our activity mainly focuses on the recovery and transformation of wood waste in raw materials for particle board producers and the preparation of biomass blends compliant with the UNI EN ISO 17225-4 standard, solid biofuels for renewable energy power plants.

Materials suitable for breeding and livestock farms are also recovered from natural wood waste.


Non-recoverable waste is pressed and packaged in order to optimise volumes and reduce as much as possible the space that will be occupied upon disposal at landfills. 

The companies that turn to us for the recovery of wood, or the disposal of waste material, and opt for a global waste management service benefit from an optimisation of execution time and consequently from substantial cost savings.

Our specialised staff is always available to provide our customers with assistance regarding environmental protection, the management system, laboratory testing and waste approval, the management of the waste loading/unloading registers, as well as the preparation of MUD/ORSO declarations (Single Environmental Declaration Form and Supra-regional Waste Monitoring Centre declaration) and the disposal of bulky waste.

Relying on our Waste division means to benefit from the same quality standards that have enabled us to become a leader in the collection, recovery and disposal of wood waste.