Processing packaged foodstuffs is a form of recycling that is used for residual products from supermarkets and the catering industry, or for residual products, condemned products or food industry surplus.
All products can be processed, from liquid foodstuffs in tetra packages, to packed vegetables and foodstuffs in glass or metal (cans etc.) containers.
Unpackaged organic residual products come from restaurants, supermarkets, the food industry or from the agricultural sector. Examples of organic products that are processed by customers operating within the recycling industry are potatoes, steam peels, vegetables from vegetable cutting businesses, bakers' and restaurant wastes.
With our Smicon machines and installations these foodstuffs can be made suitable for processing by the animal feed and biogas industries.