Do We Need Oficial Permit for Catalytic Converter Recycling?

The recycling sector is the makes most money and take invests, among sectors recently. Metal recycling and precious metal recycling sectors are growing day by day. The main reason for this is rising precious metal prices with increasing metal demand.

Platinum, palladium and rhodium are the most rising metals among the catalytic converters. Catalytic recycling facilities are among the most popular investments in many countries in the world. In addition, the fact that physical recycling facilities do not require a large investment makes this investment in great demand. Also, environmental permits are not required in many countries of the world for physical recycling. In a small area, a physical catalytic recycling facility can be set up without special permission and without spending a lot of money. One of the most important points in the recycling of catalysts is the dust collector installed to prevent losses. These dust catchers also require governments to ensure employee health. A well working dust collector both increases the profits of the business and protects the health of the personnel.

Catalytic recycling consists of two phases. Chemical processes using various acids comes after physical processes. As a result of chemical processes, we can hold PGM group metals in our hands . Although environmental laws changes in every country nowadays, the permission process of these facilities is not difficult. You can easily obtain these permissions in all countries with Neutralization Systems produced by Proses Makina.

Moreover, not only permission, but almost every country offers investment encouragement when investing in this sector. Incentives such as the purchase of machines, incentive for rent, tax reduction and cheap electricity etc.

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