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  • Cologne, 14.12.2012 - Reclay Vfw launches return system for the paper industry

    Efficient alternative to existing “Düsseldorf model” enables paper industry to fulfil its product responsibility at a higher level

    After twenty years of the “Düsseldorf model” it is time for innovation: on 1 January 2013 Reclay Vfw will launch a return system for transport packaging and large-scale commercial sales packaging (also called § 7 packaging) in the paper industry. The system was developed together with the German Pulp and Paper Association (VDP) and is aimed at producers of graphic paper. It is mainly designed for the return of one-way wooden pallets and PE film used in transport.

  • Cologne, 05.11.2012 - Dual systems in Germany with pioneering role in international sustainability strategy

    Internationally renowned successful model should be expanded instead of abandoned due to remunicipalisation

    “It’s just typically German: we have achieved a high international standing with our dual systems and our expertise in closed substance cycle waste management and technology, and in many countries we are seen as a role model. And what happens in our own country?

  • Cologne, 22.10.2012 - Reclay Group acquires majority share of Canadian environmental consultancy StewardEdge

    Group continues with internationalisation strategy – acquisition enables expanded services for international clients

    The Reclay Group is continuing its process of internationalisation: the environmental and waste management Group has acquired a majority stake of the renowned Canadian environment consultancy StewardEdge, which is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. StewardEdge is one of the pioneers in the areas of recycling and product responsibility in North America and advises international consumer goods manufacturers, associations, authorities and organisations on issues relating to used packaging, waste electrical equipment and hazardous waste.

  • Vienna/Cologne, 11.10.2012 - Reclay UFH legal action against ARA AG continues

    Managing director of Reclay UFH disputes today’s statement by ARA

    Managing Director of Reclay UFH Dr Christian Keri has corrected details published by ARA: “The statement given today by ARA, which reports that our legal action has been unsuccessful, is incorrect because the main lawsuit continues. Only the restraining order against the discrediting letters sent by ARA to our customers was rejected.”

  • Cologne, 10.08.2012 - Reclay Group continues its growth course

    Turnover figures and sustainability report for 2011 published: Corporate group increases turnover by just under 10 per cent to EUR 148 million and reduces corporate CO2 emissions by 14 per cent per employee

    Continued growth driven by innovation and sustainability: the Reclay Group can once again look back on an extremely successful financial year. A prominent player in the environmental and waste disposal management market, the Group increased turnover from EUR 135 to 148 million, equivalent to almost 10% growth. Throughout the past financial year, the Reclay Group’s 165 employees at its sites in Cologne, Herborn, Vienna and Rotkreuz/Switzerland served over 400 customers from industry, trade and commerce.



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