Marius Pedersen recycles specific wood waste or utilizes it as a source for fuel production.
What is „dead“ wood?
We accept „dead wood“,as it called, for recycling from the furniture industry. It includes:
- wooden window or door frames including metal mounting, glazing and blinds,
- furniture, pallets, crates,
- bark, wood shreds,
- wood from demolition sites,
- used construction timber.
Wood waste must not be contaminated by:
- hazardous substances, such as oil and paint,
- construction waste – debris, concrete etc.
What is „new“ wood?
- These are wood splinters, cut branches or other parts of a tree.
- This waste is not suitable for further processing in the furniture industry.
- It is used as biofuel in the energy industry or in combination with other waste to produce compost.
Sorting process of wood waste
- Wood waste is sorted manually. Other recyclable parts, such as glass, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, plastic are removed.
- Glass, metals and plastic are further recycled or utilized.
- “Dead“ waste wood is crushed in crushers or mills into pieces of required size using magnets, sieves and other equipment.
- The acquired material is delivered to a manufacturer to be used in the production of chipboard, or to be processed further.
We own a system of qualitative inspection, due to which we gurantee to supply our customers with raw material of desired quality.
Furthermore, we apply a wide variety of technological processes to meet the specific requirements of the customers for the processed wood properties, such as moistness, size, chemical parameters or content of other substances.