Driving the circular economy – our business units
We at PreZero have dedicated ourselves to the goal of closing loops. We have already taken a large step towards this goal by establishing the disposal and recycling company PreZero within the Schwarz Group and establishing our own dual system.
Packaging can be licensed under the dual system, collected from consumers by our own collection resources, and then separated into the corresponding fractions using our company’s sorting facilities. In the next step we turn plastics into recycled materials that can once again be reused in new products.
The Schwarz Group, which also includes the retail companies Kaufland and Lidl, is one of the contributors to the mountains of packaging waste produced every year due to its size and global presence. The concept of an efficient loop allows the group to become an active provider of solutions who faces up to its expanded producer responsibility. Packaging is transferred into a circular economy, ensuring that waste of resources along the value chain is reduced.
Waste disposal and recycling management does not stop at boarders! Everyday our locations in Europe and the USA have the task of designing sustainable, efficient solutions for the future.
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What makes us unique
All PreZero employees have committed themselves to the same idea: reducing the consumption of natural resources, reducing waste and shaping the future with sustainable and efficient solutions.
Every new concept eases the burden on the environment, every decision can help preserve natural resources. Assuming responsibility for the environment and for the people go hand in hand.
For us, sustainability is more than just a campaign – it is the core of our business.
We consider ourselves a modern waste management and recycling company that creates added value – for customers, our employees and for the environment and society.
It is now more important than ever that we use increasingly scarce resources more sustainably. Since we see ourselves as part of society, we rise to this challenge every day by assuming responsibility as experts for an important concern of today’s society: avoiding waste and valuing recyclables.