Independent disposal of all material types - on an international scale.
Due to the dimensions and material properties of a rotor blade, disposal is often difficult, especially if carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP) are involved. Specialist ROTH International will handle the collection and further disassembly of the various materials without need of disassembling the rotor blade into smaller parts on site.
Responsible & environmentally sound disposal - by ROTH International.
As a certified waste management company, we handle both dismantling and professional disposal as a one-stop service. This certificate is a recognized quality attribute for waste disposal companies which is awarded to the companies as an industry-specific seal of quality under the German Closed Substance Cycle Waste Management Act (KrW/AbfG). Upon customer request, we will also be happy to pick up your rotor blades from anywhere in the world.
We will also dispose of the following objects:
Sustainable waste disposal by a certified waste management company.
ROTH International guarantees its customers the ecologically sound recycling and safe disposal of materials required pursuant to Section 56 of the German Closed Substance Cycle and Waste Management Act (KrW-/AbfG). When cutting up, stripping down, recycling and disposing of rotor blades, we pay attention to prescribed environmental standards right from the start.
Detailed project documentation for professional disposal.
When carrying out a project, we always provide a seamless record of the entire waste disposal management with regard to the transport and further processing of the materials. Upon completion of the project, you will receive the ROTH-Recycling-Certificate (RRC) certifying professional disposal. Discreet handling of this data is a matter of course for a professional waste management company like ROTH International.
ROTH International disposes of your rotor blades with the help of a unique, patented methodology.
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Rotor blades are those components of wind turbines which require the most effort for disposal. Although carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP) and glass fiber reinforced plastics (GFRP) are known to have numerous advantages, they present a challenge for disposal, requiring the most innovative technical solutions. Patented methods, further developed by ROTH International, make it possible for the rotor blades to be cut up, seperated and recycled without any residue. In our work, we are completely independent of energy suppliers and the infrastructure.
Thanks to innovative technologies, we can handle the disposal of your entire plant:
- Dismantling wind turbines
- Cutting up wind turbines
- Stripping down wind turbines
- Recycling wind turbines
- Disposal of wind turbines
In this way, we also ensure the sustainable handling of CFRP / GFRP composites:
The entire rotor blade disposal process is carried out by ROTH International.
ROTH International handles the complete disposal of your wind turbines. We also take care of dismantling, cutting, disassembling, recycling and professionally disposing of your rotor blades.
The disposal process is environmentally friendly and effective.
ROTH International removes the rotor blades when dismantling a wind turbine. In order to transport them, they are cut into smaller parts. The individual components are broken down into their individual materials during the subsequent rotor blade disassembly. Rotor blades are made of a variety of composites such as balsa wood, resins, steel, and other materials.
Latest technology for rotor blade recycling and disposal.
ROTH International uses innovative methods to process them according to the latest state of the art for recycling. Environmentally compatible recycling ensures that the recyclable materials will be returned to the secondary raw materials market after processing. In accordance with the regulations, non-recyclable materials are disposed of by specialist ROTH International in accordance with Section 56 of the German Closed Substance Cycle and Waste Management Act (KrW-/AbfG). We decide on the exact approach based on the technical and logistical requirements of the project.