A new Norwegian company has been set up to increase waste wood recycling rates across Europe.
EMG (Energy and Material Recovery) is a new firm established to develop new sorting and logistics solutions for waste wood and will work to further develop a circular economy for wood in Europe.
Geminor, Retura IR and Retura Ostfold are the three holding companies behind the new firm - together, they handle around 200,000 tonnes of waste wood per year.
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