French and german versions will be available very soon

RecuLAB™ NF

Over the last years, LAB has developed a unique approach for the treatment of both matured and fresh, wet-discharged incineration bottom ash. Spearheading the recycling industry in this field, LAB´s focus is threefold:

  • Metal recovery
    • Quantity: Increased efficiency on recovery rate (up to 99%) and recovery bandwidth (> 1 mm) 
    • Quality: Sorting effectiveness and pureness of metals (all metals, even bound in mineral matrix)
  • Landfill saving
    • Volume reduction: Sustainability and protection of landfill space (up to 100% re-use)
    • Contamination: Reduction of chemical load in landfill (by up to 100%)
  • Minerals reuse
    • Chemical: Reduction of oxidation, carbonization, gas building and leaching
    • Physical: Creation of visually attractive secondary construction material within defined construction material specifications

With a metal recovery > 1 mm and the direct commercialization, we guarantee a maximum value creation from metal sales, arrange for a minimum leachate of residual minerals. Just crushing the mineral compounds as needed, the maximum grading as use for alternative construction material is reached, leading to minimum dust building and minimum wear.

Our approach has been successfully implemented in different bottom ash treatment sites.

See also our offer for the treatment of
FRESH Incineration Bottom Ash

RecuLAB™ Au
LAB SA
259 avenue Jean Jaurès
CS 60410
69 364 LYON CEDEX 07
France
Tel. +33 (0)4 26 23 36 00
Fax +33 (0)4 26 23 37 70
WtE/Power Plant/Biomass
Industry
LAB Service
Avenue Estienne d’Orves
ZI de Lagoubran
83 500 LA SEYNE SUR MER
France
Tel. +33 (0)4 94 18 56 10
Fax +33 (0)4 94 18 56 56
Services
LAB GmbH
Bludenzer Str. 6
70469 Stuttgart
Germany
Tel. +49 (0)711 / 222 49 35 -0
Fax +49 (0)711 / 222 49 35-99 
IBA/Stabilization
Marine Technology
LAB GmbH
Office Zug
Riedstrasse  13
6330 Cham
Switzerland
Tel. +41 (0)41 760 25 32
IBA/Stabilization
Lab is a subsidiary of the CNIM Group
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