AGRAVIS supports the system of returning agrarian sheets
The Pamira take-back system for empty plant protection packages has been functioning well for many years, which is why EARTH would like to built upon its success here. The abbreviation EARTH stands for Erntekunststoffe Recycling Deutschland (German Harvesting Synthetic Recycling). It allows you to return used silo and other agrarian sheets to recycle them. This collecting strategy will be launched starting its second year in 2015 with the active support of AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG.
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Markus Menne is the logistics department head at AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG which is why he is believes that "trading in agrarian sheets is just one important building block in our range of services". Markus Menne goes on to say that it only makes sense for AGRAVIS to participate in this overarching solution for taking back used synthetics. After all, AGRAVIS brings a large quantity of sheets into circulation either directly or through the Raiffeisen agricultural cooperatives. "That's what we call sustainability." In its first year, 2,000 tons of sheets made their way back into the cycle of recoverables with this new system.
Furthermore, since AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG joined the system, there are now a whole range of collection points available. This is especially true in Lower Saxony where AGRAVIS offers them together with its customers, the Raiffeisen Warengenossenschaften. Just a couple of days ago, agriculturists started taking advantage of this service at the Raiffeisen Warengenossenschaft at Groß Lessen-Diepholz eG in Germany. Altogether, AGRAVIS and its business partner in agricultural cooperatives were on hand to launch the ERDE strategy with 70 collection points in the German states of Lower Saxony, North Rhein-Westfalia and Saxony-Anhalt.
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