The consumption of technology with shorter product cycles creates an increasing amount of E-waste – E-waste contains up to 95% reusable materials which can be reused in industry. Chema provides environmentally sound recycling and resource recovery from refrigerators, appliances, electronic waste and tires to regain,

  • Copper
  • Plastics
  • Iron
  • Glass
  • Gold
  • Palladium
  • Silicium
  • ...

Environmentally sound treatment of e.g. refrigerators and electronic scrap in accordance with current environmental regulations and requirements in terms of collection and disposal of materials. Production of marketable materials.

The purity of substances exceeds the requirements and directives of the legislator.

Sturdy and service-friendly construction. Reliable service 24/7.

our solutions at a glance
Items which can be refurbished:Reusable materials can be extracted:
Refrigerators Recycling Plant – Chema RR
  • Refrigerators
  • Freezers
  • Air conditioners
  • Copper
  • Plastics
  • Aluminium
  • Iron 
Electronic Scrap Recycling Plant – Chema ES
  • Small household appliances
  • Large household appliances
  • Information and communication systems
  • Consumer electronics
  • Palladium
  • Copper
  • Plastics
  • Aluminium
  • Iron
  • Gold
  • Silver
  • Silicium
White Ware & Electronic Scrap Recycling Plant – Chema WWES
  • Refrigerators, Freezers, Air conditioners
  • Household appliances (small & large)
  • Information and communication systems
  • Consumer electronics
  • Copper
  • Plastics
  • Aluminium
  • Iron
  • Circuit Boards
Tires / Waste Rubber Recycling Plant – Chema TRR
  • Car & Truck tires
  • EM tires
  • AT tires
  • OTR tires
  • Textile
  • Rubber granule
  • Steel
Cathode Ray Tubes Recycling Plant – Chema CRT
  • Cathode ray tubes of TV sets
  • PC monitors
  • Recycable CRT sizes 9 - 42 inches
  • Front glass
  • Cone glass
  • Powder
  • Aperture mask
  • Sustainable treatment
  • Production of marketable materials
  • Purity of materials
  • Patented innovation
  • International know-how
  • Machinery and plant engineering