The TRS company is recycling scrap materials and in the same time remanufacturing metal materials. They are collaborating both with private and public actors, in order to provide a series of services, relating to collecting, providing and selling scrap materials. The companies is specialized in the recycling of Ferrous and non-Ferrous materials, in order to produce new secondary raw materials, but also remanufacturing metal products. They are collecting metal waste from big and large companies in the harbor and in the same time, collecting waste from private households and commercial activities.
Why is this an interesting circular initiative for circular harbours?
The metal recycling operation close the loop between the producers of scrap metal and the one that would like to reuse it, this create a strong circular connection in the harbor with other companies, and in the same time also with the city.
What is the relation with the port and water?
Transportation of scrap materials is happening also by water, in this sense, being located in the harbor is relevant under a strategic but also logistic point of view.
What is the relation with the city?
In collaboration with the public authority the TRS company is collecting scrap materials and metal waste from the city. The company is also providing a series of smaller service from private households on the compony site, like for example car demolition and dismantling. Furthermore, for commercial activities also located in the city they provide service for scrap material collecting. Relevant , in this sense, is the role the TRS company plays in closing the loop between city waste stream and reuse of recycled materials from the companies in the harbor.
Who is behind it?
The TRS company is part of the REMONDIS group, which is one of the world’s largest recycling, service and water management companies, working within these field with the concept of innovation for the future. The REMONDIS group has a long history in working in the field of recycling together, having smaller branches spread in four different countries.