econ industries offers solutions for treatment of industrial hazardous wastes and contaminated soils.
econ's aim is to avoid the elimination of waste through incineration and landfilling and to achieve a resource-conserving material recycling instead.
Facts & figures:
- 90% of our customers are disposal services and operating companies in oil, gas, chemical and metal industry.
- 80% of our customers are abroad, currently mainly in Europe, Middle East and Gulf Region
- 50% of our scope is research, development, consulting and engineering
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Meet econ industries at the WasteTech-2013! 15 of May 2013
The WasteTech-2013 takes place in Moscow between the 28th and 31st of May. This is one of Russia's leading trade fairs for waste management, recycling, industrial waste treatment and soil remediation. Come and visit us at our booth 552, Exhibition Hall 8 and catch a glimpse of the recycling technology of tomorrow. [more]
New concepts for soil remediation worldwide 08 of April 2013
econ industries' engineers are currently working on a range of new concepts for the remediation of highly contaminated sites. Using our VacuDry® technology the majority of contaminants are evaporated from the waste stream. What remains is a clean soil which can normally be re-used later as "recycled building material". [more]
econ industries now ISO 9001 certified 14 of March 2013
In order to maintain our high standards and to ensure an on-going improvement in our products and services, econ industries has successfully undergone ISO 9001 quality management standards certification. With the commitment to this recognised quality standard econ industries safeguards the quality and efficiency of its engineering solutions, whilst meeting the stringent requirements of its partners and customers worldwide. [more]
econ industries to present paper at the ICMGP 05 of March 2013
econ industries is proud to announce that econ's paper "Applicability and limitations of indirect heated vacuum thermal desorption for recovery of mercury from hazardous waste" has been accepted by the scientific committee of the 11th International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant
Calcium fluoride recovery by VacuDry® 11 of February 2013
econ industries and SAKAB are currently developing a new process for the recovery of calcium fluoride from filter cakes
accrued during stainless steel processing. To recover the valuable calcium fluoride, the filter cake needs to be dried, which is difficult due to the properties of the filter cake. Laboratory tests carried out in 2012 demonstrate that the VacuDry® technology is the ideal choice for this challenging application. The first plant of this type is currently in the design phase, with the commissioning scheduled for 2014.