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Company Overview of Batrec Industrie AG

Company Overview

Batrec Industrie AG, a worldwide operating recycling company, engages in the disposal and recycling of hazardous waste, including batteries and mercury. It processes metalliferous hazardous waste, including household batteries, spent catalysts, charbon actif, activated carbon, mercury-containing waste, mercury-containing waste water/sludge, dental waste and amalgam, thermometer and mercury encased, and ion-exchange resins. The company was founded in 1989 and is based in Wimmis, Switzerland. Batrec Industrie AG operates as a subsidiary of Veolia Environnement S.A.

Niesenstrasse 44

Wimmis,  3752


Founded in 1989


41 33 657 85 00


41 33 657 85 01

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