Alternative Raw Materials

Waste?
resource!

One of the easiest and cheapest ways to reduce CO2 emissions is to switch to waste derived alternative materials. By using these materials, and thus avoiding waste, we actively promote the circular economy.

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N+P pioneered the development
of alternative raw materials

Since our companies founding we have been working with waste derived materials which were only deemed to be suited for landfill. We thought this could be different, and we made this different. For over three decades we are supplying waste derived materials as alternatives to substitute primary materials in various industrial processes. 

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See how we turn waste into value as alternative raw materials

"N+P treats waste to upgrade it into a valuable alternative resource. Several industries use alternative raw materials and fuels to reduce their costs and to operate in a more environmentally friendly way."

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Using waste derived alternatives
is bringing to many challenges?

Trust us. We know it's not easy, but we are here to help! When it comes to providing services to assist waste derived projects, we have all the expertise in house. Some of our projects are already running for over 20 years, so we know what we are talking about.

Together we solve your CO2 challenges

Waste derived alternative raw materials help to reduce CO2 emissions, but typically can also help to reduce cost prices. Our portfolio of alternative raw materials has been developed in the last 30 years, and we always keep exploring new possibilities.

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Paper Sludge

Paper sludge is a valuable resource for many industries, both as an alternative fuel as well as an alternative raw material.

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Stonewool Granulate

The ceramic industry uses stonewool granulate as an alternative material.

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Various ashes

Bottom and fly ash from various incineration and energy processes.

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