I. Polyeco Aspropyrgos
The headquarters of Polyeco S.A. are located in Greece, within the industrial area of Aspropyrgos, Attica, in a privately owned land of 35,000 sq.m.
The facilities were built in a former industrial plant, which was dismantled, decontaminated and fully reclaimed for the construction of the new facilities.
Our dedicated and high performance facilities were specially designed to treat, a wide range of hazardous and non hazardous waste, from collection to recovery or treatment in the most efficient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly methods possible. The site is the largest integrated hazardous waste management facility in Greece. The site operates since 2002 and is fully licensed in accordance with the EU Directive on the Integrated Pollution Control (IPPC).
Polyeco S.A. forms a successful model of industrial cohabitation, located among two major industries, the Hellenic Petroleum Refinery and the Hellenic Steel Industry, a strategic point for the exchange of by-products, waste and infrastructure; such as iron scrap, steam, petroleum waste etc.
This state-of-the-art facility is the destination for a wide range of EWC (European Waste Catalogue) codes for hazardous and non hazardous waste, brought into the facility both in bulk and in all types of packaging (drums, IBCs, FIBCs etc).
“In our facilities we use cutting-edge technologies to process over 10,000 tons of hazardous and non hazardous waste each year.”
“Focusing on recovery Polyeco produces secondary raw materials Solid and Liquid Alternative Fuels and other Industrial Additives such as ferrous sulphate, urea solution and ammonia solution for industrial use”.
Waste Streams Accepted
II. Polyeco Thessaloniki Transfer Station
The unit is strategically located in proximity to major interstates and the port of Thessaloniki to serve our clients in Northern Greece and the increasing demand in the greater area of Balkans. Our licensed transfer station in Northern Greece, secure safe shipment and transit via Thessaloniki port, to accredited disposal facilities in Northern Europe.