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Latest news in the field of sustainability, circular economy, efficient operations, projects and the latest innovations in connection with Riwald Recycling Almelo & Beverwijk
Job Fair & Transport Day | June 17 & 18 in Beverwijk
On Friday June 17 and Saturday June 18, our team from Riwald Recycling will be ready for you at the Jobs and Transport Day in Beverwijk.
With more participants than ever, 25 (transport) companies from the region will show that Beverwijk is the hotspot of Transport and Logistics in the IJmond region on Saturday, June 18 from 10:00 to 17:00. Around the Kop van de Haven at the Parallelweg, the transport companies and shippers will show off their best trucks, delivery vans and special vehicles. On the terraces around a festive party ship, everyone can get to know the transport companies and there is plenty for the kids to do. It will become clear that a job in this sector is a great way to earn a nice living.
On June 17, the day before Transport Day, a large Job Fair will be held at the same location from 10:00 to 16:00 for all Beverwijk companies.
Expansion of our fleet with the Volvo FH500 Globetrotter with I-Save
We have expanded our fleet with a Volvo FH500 Globetrotter XL with I-Save. A truck that is the icon for the long haul, with a spacious cabin in which the comfort of the driver is central i.c.m. innovative safety features.
The latest Volvo FH trucks are equipped with D13TC power source, so with turbo-compound technology and a Long Haul Fuel package, consisting of innovative options, including I-See, I-Save and I-Shift for optimal fuel economy. With these investments, Riwald Recycling contributes to sustainable (inter)national metal transport and we reduce our CO2 emissions and CO2 footprint.
We thank Nijwa Groep BV and Nijhof-Wassink for the delivery and the good cooperation and wish our Ladytrucker Eef Verhaag safe kilometers.
Expansion of our machine park with the Sennebogen 830E transfer crane
We have expanded our machine park with an electric Sennebogen 830E transshipment crane equipped with the latest innovations for efficient operations. This advanced crane is used during transshipment operations at our granulator, which then granulates and separates the metallic products - ranging from end-of-life electronic devices to railcars and airplanes - from the ferrous and non ferrous metals.
Jarmo Koopman is the operator of the new Sennebogen 830E transshipment crane. ''I followed the crane operator training for three years and after completing my training I had the ambition to drive a large crane. This ambition has been fulfilled within Riwald and I am also grateful to Riwald for this opportunity and role within the recycling process.''
As of 2016, Riwald Recycling may call itself an accredited training company. The cooperation with the Stichting Samenwerking Beroepsonderwijs Bedrijfsleven (SBB) ensures that education and business are combined for good practical training. Riwald Recycling has trained several BBL/BOL students, a number of which are also employed by Riwald Recycling within various departments.
Riwald Recycling: our loyal employee
Last Friday we proudly celebrated the reach of the retirement age of three of our valued colleagues. We celebrated the years of dedication of Joke Doctor, Ewald Robel and Theo Jansen and their contribution to the success of Riwald Recycling. 💪
On behalf of the entire team, thank you very much for the pleasant cooperation, effort and commitment. Jos will continue to work part-time within the company as a crane driver.
Riwald Recycling and the Week of Circular Economy
In Overijssel many great things are already happening in the field of circularity! In cooperation with the Province of Overijssel, we are happy to pay attention to circularity during the Week of the Circular Economy.
Raw materials are finite and for this reason we must use them sparingly. The Dutch government has set the goal: Netherlands fully circular by 2050, an economy without waste, where everything runs on reusable raw materials.
As a leading metal recycling company, Riwald Recycling plays a pivotal role as a supplier in the circular chain of sustainable material use. ''We contribute to the creation of a circular economy and thus to the achievement of the government's objectives, especially with the prospect of increasing demand for raw materials, virgin materials are becoming increasingly scarce, said Gert Huzink.''
Riwald Recycling obtains CO2-Performanceladder certificate for its Almelo and Beverwijk sites
Our world faces major, complex and urgent challenges. High CO2 emissions are leading to climate change and our natural resources are becoming increasingly scarce. This requires a different way of producing and consuming. By recycling complex products, Riwald Recycling forms a connecting link in the circular economy and we ensure significant CO2 savings in the chain.
Working sustainably is not just a buzzword for us, but also daily practice. We take CO2 reduction seriously and want to make a contribution. We do this by working on targets that will reduce our CO2 emissions every year. We reduce our CO2 emissions by implementing various energy-saving measures in the office and at our high-tech complex. We measure our performance with the CO₂-Performanceladder.
Last month, we received the CO₂-Performanceladder certificate for both our offices, Almelo and Beverwijk. The CO₂-Performanceladder is a management system of the SKAO (Foundation for Climate Friendly Procurement and Business) and was created to encourage companies to be more carbon conscious. The CO₂-Performanceladder is the sustainability instrument in the Netherlands that helps companies and governments to reduce CO2 and costs, in their business operations, in projects and in the chain.
Riwald Recycling Beverwijk has once again actively participated in the Week of Industrial Culture
Riwald Recycling Beverwijk has once again actively participated in the Week of Industrial Culture, organized by Industriecultuur. During this week, company visits were organized at exciting industrial sites in the North Sea Canal area, our Beverwijk branch could not miss out on this year either.
The event exists since 2015 and every year Riwald offers company visits during this period. As far as we are concerned, this week was again a huge success in which we were able to receive two groups. In this way, we give visitors a unique opportunity to take a look at our metal recycling process, and we try to convey the importance of our work. Every year again a great opportunity for young and old! The guided tours were given under the supervision of Richard Heimering.
Entrepreneur magazine: 'on the road to one hundred percent circular recycling'
In the new edition of the Entrepreneurial Magazine Municipality of Tubbergen, Ewald and Gert Huzink talk about their future prospects for the company Riwald Recycling. Riwald wants to be the circular hub for metal flows and play an active role in finding solutions to international environmental issues.
Riwald is engaged in innovation in the areas of electrification, efficient use of raw materials, sustainable production and transportation. These topics are covered in detail in the article.
Riwald Recycling: our loyal employees
Last Friday, we proudly celebrated three of our valued colleagues reaching their retirement age. We celebrated the many years of dedication of Joke Doctor, Ewald Robel and Theo Jansen and their contribution to the success of Riwald Recycling. Joke, Ewald and Theo: on behalf of the entire team, thank you so much for your pleasant collaboration, efforts and involvement. All three of you are great people! Joke and Ewald will continue to work for the company. Theo will also always be welcome for any work or a cup of coffee.
Sustainable transport with our new trucks: Volvo FH with I-save
After the receivement of the first new Volvo FH 2021 model with I-Save, Riwald Recycling will transport with two Volvo FH models with I-Save from January 2021 onwards. The newest Volvo FH trucks are equipped with a highly efficient engine and a Long Haul Fuel package including innovative options, under which I-See, I-Save and I-shift for optimal fuel savings. With these investments, Riwald Recycling contributes to sustainable (inter)national metal transport and reduces its CO2-emmision and CO2 footprint.
University of Groningen issues certificate to Riwald Recycling
Since this week, we as Riwald Recycling, have our own Radiation Protector Officer (RPO). A Radiation Protection Officer (RPO) Measurement and Control Technique must supervise work with encapsulated radiation sources and/or X-ray equipment subject to a license or registration requirement and forms the link between the work floor and the management/radiation protection team.
Congratulations to Ömer Avci on completing the course 'Radiation Protection Measurement and Control Applications', conducted at the University of Groningen.
Governor of Bonaire brings a working visit to Riwald Recycling
Last Saturday, June 19, Riwald Recycling received the Lieutenant Governor of Bonaire, Edison Rijna, on a working visit in Almelo. Under the leadership of Ewald Huzink, Gert Huzink and Bart van Kessel, the Lieutenant Governor of Bonaire and the Mayor of Almelo, Arjen Gerritsen, were shown around the high-tech complex of Riwald Recycling and proudly showed its latest innovations in the field of metal recycling.
''As one of the leading metal recycling companies, Riwald Recycling plays a pivotal role as a supplier in the circular chain of sustainable material use worldwide. Thanks to our experience, our wide range of recycling options and our commitment to environmental, social and corporate governance criteria, Riwald Recycling ranks among the most advanced, respected and trusted recycling companies in the Netherlands and the rest of the world, says Ewald Huzink. ''
We would like to share our vision and knowledge within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, including Bonaire. Bonaire faces significant challenges in the field of (metal) waste processing. Waste processing infrastructure needs to be improved and investments in recycling are a high priority. Due to the urgency and the demand for an even more sustainable waste policy, the Lieutenant Governor of Bonaire, Edison Rijna, visited Riwald Recycling, where Riwald plays an active role in finding solutions to Bonaire's environmental issues. Riwald Recycling links its sustainability strategies to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and integrates innovative technologies for maximum recovery from raw materials. Currently, the first containers with e-waste and scrap are being loaded in Bonaire for transport to the Netherlands, and Riwald Recycling is responsible for the transformation of complex products into pure raw materials with the objective: ''that the Dutch economy would run on recovered raw materials and that no more 'new' raw materials are needed'', says Ewald Huzink.
Sustainable operations with our Fuchs MHL390F transfer crane
Our machinery consists of several cranes, including a Fuchs MHL390F transfer crane, which is equipped with the latest innovations for efficient operations. Thanks in part to the intelligent distribution of energy, there is an optimal ratio between maximum capacity and low fuel consumption, leading to considerable energy savings within our business process.
Riwald Recycling experts in firefighting
Riwald Recycling has been using the PYROsmart system since 2020. The PYROsmart system is an infrared system which can detect fire at an early stage. Where many other systems assume flames or extreme temperatures, the PYROsmart can detect a starting fire. Furthermore, the software works so well that it can effortlessly detect the difference between a fire and the hot parts of a transfer crane, e.g. the engine, exhaust or brakes. The software analyses the heat sources which are warmer than the alarm sets. On the basis of the temperature, movement and spot size, the software determines whether it is a disturbing object, heating, or a (starting) fire. Riwald Recycling uses the PYROsmart detection system in combination with extinguishing guns, which immediately fire when a fire starts. Thanks to these technological innovations, we stay a step forward in the recycling industry.
Riwald Recycling partner of Klimaatplein
Riwald Recycling's circular solutions have a prominent place in the metal recycling industry within the Netherlands and the rest of the world. Riwald Recycling is the "circular hub" for metal flows. Nowadays, these solutions are also visible at the Klimaatplein. On a monthly basis, the Klimaatplein is visited twenty thousand times by organizations that want to do more sustainable business. Visitors will find many practical stories from companies that actively reduce their CO2 emissions and/or do circular business.Riwald Recycling is not only a partner, but also a participant in the Climate Action Alliance of the Klimaatplein. This Alliance consists of 70 SMEs that jointly work on a 40% CO2 reduction within 5 years.
Sustainable transport with our new Scania Next Generation 2021
From January 2021 onwards, Riwald Recycling will transport with the brand new Scania Next Generation 2021 model, equipped with the newest digitalization towards energy reduction, leading to a more sustainable future. The new Scania Next Generation contributes to global climate goals
Sustainable transport with our new trucks: Volvo FH with I-save
From January 2021 onwards, Riwald Recycling will transport with the latest Volvo FH trucks equipped with a highly efficient engine and a Long-Haul Fuel package, including innovative options e.g. I-See, I-Save and I-Shift for optimal fuel savings. With these investments, Riwald Recycling contributes to sustainable (inter)national metal transport and the global climate goals.
Sustainable operations with our new Sennebogen 8160 EQ balance crane
Riwald Recycling expands its fleet with an electric Sennebogen 8160 EQ balance crane which is equipped with the latest innovations for efficient operations. Thanks to the intelligent distribution of energy, this balance crane consumes less energy compared with regular cranes, leading to extensive energy savings within our business process based on the EQ principles
Riwald Recycling celebrates its centenary with 30 years of progress
Riwald Recycling celebrated its 30th anniversary this weekend. 30 years ago, the brothers Gert, Ewald and Richard Huzink started recycling metal scrap. In this day and age, Riwald Recycling consists of two sites and the company supplies the worldwide demand for ferrous and non-ferrous. Riwald Recycling hosted a big event for all our relations and busines partners. More than 600 people attended our event, with Humberto Tan as guest speaker. The next day there was an open day for all curious persons.
Riwald Recycling donates 30.000 euros to Poverty Pact Almelo
During a unique conference hosted by the Poverty Pact Almelo, Riwald Recycling donated ten checks with a total value of 30.000 euros to ten initiatives. These organizations are directly committed to people who live in poverty. According to Ewald Huzink, ‘the poverty pact has existed for 10 years and we therefore thought it would be a nice gesture to choose 10 initiatives’. These are the meal providers Eethoek, Ter Wille, the addiction care, which helps to forced prostitutes, Leergeld Almelo and Tubbergen, who ensure that children in poverty can still go to school.