Material flow management
GWG creates a project-specific and cost-optimized disposal concept for each construction project, which also makes use of the potential of companies who we cooperate with. All-in solutions according to the principle of “everything from a single source” are therefore easy to implement. As a company belonging to the Hagedorn Group, the Gütersloher Wertstoffzentrum has access to a large volume of materials from the areas of demolition and dismantling of commercial and industrial buildings, remediation of contaminated sites and land recycling as well as civil engineering and development. And all this throughout Germany. These masses are recycled in a targeted manner within the scope of material flow management. In addition to our site in Gütersloh, we also have access to quotas in plants and landfill sites of carefully selected, high-performance partners. With our material flow management you can conserve resources and save costs. We would be pleased to advise you.
We constantly extract natural raw materials from the environment for production and consumption purposes. In this way we permanently reduce the so-called primary raw materials. At the same time, more waste is produced. As a recycling specialist, we counteract these processes: We produce high-quality recycled construction materials from building rubble, road debris, concrete and bricks. From our daily cooperation with our clients, we know what specific customer requirements exist for these building materials. We combine this know-how with product-related innovations: The result is high quality ballastwhich is used in road construction, earthworks and landscaping as well as in building construction as a base layer underneath floor slabs.
Recycled building materials: an unbeatable product
And because we attach top priority to the quality of our recycled building materials, we have had our production monitored by external experts since the the recycling center was founded.
Recycled building materials are building materials produced from mineral waste by a treatment process, such as crushing or classification.