Recycling metal waste with Marioff for ten years

Marioff Corporation Oy is a Finnish pioneer in water mist suppression technology that supplies sprinkler systems worldwide.

During the manufacturing process of the equipment, various types of alloyed steel and metal are produced as waste, both as scrap and as a chip. We help Marioff recycle these waste metals into new raw materials.

Waste metals from Marioff's manufacturing processes have a significant financial value. Taking the environmental issues into consideration is also a key element at every stage of production.

“Our recycling cooperation with Stena started back in July 2007. Stena has offered us a standard, easy recycling model for recycling scrap metal from the manufacturing process,” says Tuomo Tiainen, Global Sourcing Manager from Marioff.

Stena assists Marioff in the responsible recycling of these waste metals. With our recycling services, Marioff ensures up-to-date refund rates for valuable metal waste. For collection of scrap materials, we have supplied specially designed collection containers, which prevent any harmful leakage into the environment by waste material containing machine fluid.


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