Geminor

Geminor manages the transport, recycling and recovery of materials for a range of public sector and commercial waste producers across Europe and trades from offices in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Germany, France, Poland, Italy and the UK.

Website

E-mail info@geminor.co.uk

Phone (+44) 01782 950 471

Address

Innovation Centre 3,

Keele University Science Park,

ST5 5NP

Staffordshire

Geminor Group managed the recycling and recovery of over 1.4 million tonnes of waste in 2019 and Geminor UK managed the recovery of 500,000 tonnes of waste within that overall figure. Geminor has many long-standing arrangements with recovery facilities across Europe and is building up a network of UK facilities with fuel supply agreements signed for over 300,000 tonnes of capacity within the UK either operational or under construction. We have direct contracts with three Local Authorities. Geminor is a proud member of the RDF Industry Export Group.

Waste Management
Geminor in the UK cooperates with more than 50 facilities for energy recovery of RDF, SRF, waste wood, bio fuels from garden waste and hazardous waste.

Fuel types
RDF
Waste Wood
SRF
MSW
Bio Fuels
SLF
Hazardous waste
Consultancy services

Sorting/fuel specification
Sorting
Shredding
Baling
Wrapping

Waste to Energy
Geminor offers energy recovery of combustible residual waste at the market’s best energy recovery plants. Here the waste is recycled through energy recovery that generates electricity and heat. Geminor operates 11 in-house waste transfer and processing facilities across Europe, specifically designed to feed fuel to the energy from waste market.

Transport & Logistics
Logistics provision and management is a key component of our secondary fuels solutions. Over the period of its 15 years experience in this market Geminor has established a wide network of trusted, selected logistical service providers, across all of the key mediums; bulk vessel, road trailer, container and rail. Geminor has access to many exclusive logistics routes and a unique port-to port TFS approach which provides for a great degree of flexibility for RDF producers and recovery facilities alike.

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