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Newsletter editions at a glance

Read our English newsletter editions which are published about three times a year to learn more about REMEX developments. If you would like to stay up to date, please subscribe to our international newsletter by clicking here. In case you like to cancel the newsletter, please use this link.


Newsletter | 03.2023

The latest developments of circularity worldwide are cause for concern. The current figures presented in the yearly Circularity Gap Report are worrying. Only 7% of resources are recycled – humanity clearly consumes more … more


Newsletter | 07.2022

We are proud to report on the latest acknowledgement of our contribution to resource and climate protection: In cooperation with the renowned consultancy Munich Strategy, the German magazine WirtschaftsWoche – the equivalent to the international magazine The Economist – has just elected REMEX … more


Newsletter | 08.2021

Avoiding the landfilling of untreated municipal waste is a key success factor in reducing the emission of greenhouse gases.  more


Newsletter | 04.2021

More than 12 months into the ongoing pandemic, we are proud to report that company-wide health and safety measures are continuing to minimise the impact on our personnel.  more


Latest IBA product developments and projects

What makes countries successful in handling the challenges of waste management? Based on our expertise in the area of mineral waste, we can answer this question with two inspiring examples. more


Sustainability of mineral recycling

Still underestimated in the current discussions on environmental and climate protection are the benefits of strengthening the circular economy: Its positive impact on the ecological footprint is immense. Recycling and bans on the landfilling of untreated waste are known to be among the most effective means to counter global warming and environmental risks. more


Focus on recovery

A recent UN announcement was titled “The search for a sustainable sand extraction is beginning”. It is a consistent follow-up of a UN publication called “Sand, rarer than one thinks” from 2014, which we discussed in an earlier edition of our newsletter. Therein, secondary aggregates are explicitly named as material alternatives that can replace sand and gravel. more


Completing the value chain

Being committed to a value chain in which 100% of resources are recovered and reused in an intelligent way is a key step to realising a functioning Circular Economy. This represents the main driving force behind REMEX business activities. more


Impending shortage of important natural minerals

Many of you probably know the 2014 United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) report that warned that the worldwide use of primary mineral resources significantly exceeds the natural renewal rate. Meanwhile, this has become extremely obvious – as selected regions in the world are now facing a limited availability of natural minerals. more


How countries can benefit from a Green Deal

In our last newsletter, we introduced our innovative MERIT® technology for higher metal recovery from IBA processing. In this edition, we concentrate on the required framework that supports such innovations, i.e. on national regulations and best practice information. more


Increase your metal recovery

With this special edition newsletter, I would like to introduce MERIT®, the latest invention that REMEX has brought to market. more


New video released

Our series of short films explaining mineral waste recycling continues with this newsletter. Explaining the way from incineration to the production of high-quality products, the latest film is essential for understanding the upgrading possibilities for incinerator bottom ash aggregate. more


New video series

If we were to explain what incinerator bottom ash processing simply means, it could be done in one clear and concise sentence: We sieve the material, use magnets to remove iron, apply a wind sifter to remove paper and wood, and we use an electromagnetic field to recover non-ferrous metals. This all sounds relatively straightforward, but of course these processes involve a much higher level of complexity. more


Award winning expertise

Waste management is becoming a defining factor in the growth of successful economies. Citizens and governments worldwide are questioning the efficient use of their country’s resources and the handling of waste disposal. It has become clear that not only rare and valuable resources need protecting; solutions have to be found for all major waste volumes. more


Turning mineral waste into products

Today’s mineral waste is tomorrow’s resource – provided that it is treated to an optimum level. This can only be ensured by professionally managing all forms of residual mineral materials, be it from construction, industrial processes or waste incineration. Because solutions to mineral waste are the bases for zero-waste economies. more


Visualising technology step-by-step

First of all, thank you very much for your positive comments on the start of our international REMEX newsletter. It proved to us that the interest in mineral recycling solutions is very high across Europe and overseas. more


REMEX exports leading technology to Asia

As specialists in the processing, recycling and disposal of mineral waste, REMEX Mineralstoff GmbH is in growing demand across the world. Currently, our operation in Singapore has gained the public spotlight. The challenges of dealing with waste are international. We are ready to meet these challenges and offer sustainable solutions. more