Baumineral

More than 75 million tons recycled in 25 years

The current key data sound impressive: In the past 25 years of its existence, the BauMineral GmbH has recycled more than 75 million tons of power plant byproducts. Presently, the company employs a workforce of 120 in 15 locations, operates a haulage company with a fleet of 50 special-purpose trucks and an overall logistics volume of 3.5 tons as well as an own construction materials laboratory. The company achieves an annual turnover of 50 million euros.

From production to quality assurance to logistics

BauMineral sees itself as a service provider that covers the entire range extending from...

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