Coca-Cola optimises recoverables separation
Coca-Cola European Partners Deutschland GmbH (CCEP DE) has virtually closed the recoverables cycle in the production area of its Genshagen location to the south of Berlin and has further refined its already extensive separation of recoverable materials. A short film has now been made on the project.
By means of consistent separation of recoverable materials, CCEP DE creates optimum preconditions for a high-quality recycling process. To this end, more than 300 containers (previously 80) are available on the site for sorting 50 different recoverable material groups (previously 8).
bifa Umweltinstitut participated in this pilot project and examined the processes: 99 percent of all production waste is recovered. This means that they are used to produce new consumer goods.
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