Instituts für Energie- und Umwelttechnik e.V. (IUTA)

Institute of Energy and Environmental Technology e.V. (IUTA)

The Institute of Energy and Environmental Technology (IUTA) is one of Germany`s largest institutes in the field of energy and environmental technology. One main focus of our projects is to collaborate with industry in order to transfer academic knowledge into new or better products and industrial processes. Furthermore, in cooperation with German and international universities and other scientific institutes, scientists of our research groups perform basic research in special fields.

The division Waste Treatment and Recycling brings projects in the field of research and development into focus as soon as services in the sector of recycling management. Particularly recycling of retrograde material flow according to the german Kreislaufwirtschafts- und Abfallgesetzes (KrW-/ AbfG). The activities range from studies to identification and quantification future waste flow to technical detail solutions to adaption available ways and facilities for waste treatment on modified requirements to close the material loop.

Professional recycling of electric and electronic scrap, development and adaption of according technologies, environmentally compatible treatment technologies of refrigerators and monitoring associated recycling plants by experts are key aspects of activities.

Project: Special Program for Recycling: “Resource Recovery – Made in NRW”

Further information

Institut für Energie- und Umwelttechnik e.V., IUTA
Bliersheimer Str. 60
D-47229 Duisburg
Germany

Website: www.iuta.de

Projects
Giz P7 1

Special Program for Recycling: “Resource Recovery - Made in NRW”

“Resource Recovery – Made in NRW” is a technical program aimed at participant tandems, that is, recycling planners, along with their managers, of both public authorities and private companies involved in the waste management sector in Ghana and Kenya. The project also encourages the establishment of recycling collaborations between Ghana, Kenya and NRW.