Jansen Recycling B.V. is planning a new recycling plant for the processing of construction waste and road debris.
Jansen Recycling B.V. wants to become active on an area of 12,980 square meters in the port of Neuss. The Dutch company is planning a recycling plant at the North Rhine-Westphalian site, where construction waste and road demolition material will be crushed, sorted and freed from impurities.
From NRW, the materials will go to Saxony, where Jansen Recycling B.V. is located with a sister company. The recycling plant in Neuss could thus act as a link between the Dutch headquarters and Saxony. The material will be transported mainly by water and rail.
Jansen Recycling B.V. intends to invest two million euros in the construction of the plant, which will have a daily output of around 5,000 metric tons.