Elysium Nordic, an upcoming recycling plant, has applied for a building permit and environmental approval from Nyborg municipality in southern Denmark. The joint project between Windspace and Enviro started just over a year ago after a MoU and lease agreement for the establishment and construction of a recycling plant were signed.
At present, preliminary 3D constructions (drawings) have already been presented at Elysium Nordic’s first information meeting for the Nyborg community in early June.
Jens Elton Andersen, CEO of Danish development company Windspace and Elysium Nordic, plans to begin construction on the new plant by end-2019. On the application process, Enviro’s CEO, Thomas Sörensson, adds: “Our goal is to establish plants for profitable material recovery and re-introducing these materials to reduce CO2 emissions used in the tyre, rubber and plastics industry. Considering the increasing demand for our rCB and recovered oil, it can be said that the plant project in Denmark is progressing rapidly.”