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ERDE now also collecting baler twine nationwide

With this expansion the ERDE portfolio of services will now cover all plastics generated in Germany in addition to packaging from livestock farming. Boris Emmel, System Manager ERDE at RIGK, said: “To prepare this step we conducted pilot collections in different regions. The experience we gained shows us that there is great demand in the agricultural sector to take part in this convenient and reasonably priced recycling opportunity.”

There are a variety of producers and distributors of baler twine on the German market. Five of these companies decided to take concrete responsibility for their products and the environment as “pioneers” by making a financial contribution to the collection of baler twine as ERDE members. As a result, TAMA CE GmbH, CLAAS Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH and Reyenvas S.A. from Spain have extended their ERDE membership to yarn. The Polish company WKI Tegafol Sp. z o.o. and Cordex – Companhia Industrial Textil S.A. from Portugal recently joined the ERDE initiative.

Heiner Buschhoff, Head of Spare Parts Service at CLAAS Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH, said: “As one of the leading agricultural engineering producers worldwide, Claas is always one step ahead, and thus also in matters relating to conserving resources and climate protection. Claas is an active ERDE member itself, and now for baler twine as well. The company also purchases all crop plastics for its own brands 100% from ERDE members, and with this commitment ensures that all used crop plastics from Claas can go back into the feedstock cycle.” Ewald Werschmann, Branch Manager at TAMA in Münster added: “As part of our commitment to the environment, accompanying our products throughout their life cycle is very important to us. As a matter of course this also includes systematic collection at the end of use to avoid polluting the environment, because as we all know, the plastic polypropylene, which the yarn is made of, is a valuable feedstock for recycling. This is why as part of taking responsibility for our products it was self-evident that we would now extend our ERDE membership to yarn as well.”