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Belgium-based PV recycling scheme company PV Cycle is opening new European offices in Germany and Italy, the company has announced. Since beginning its operations in 2010, PV Cycle has taken back and collected more than 5,000 tonnes of scrapped PV panels and more than 50% of these panels come from Germany or Italy.
“By bringing our collection and recycling services closer to the market, we want to foster existing partnerships, encourage new ones and proactively contribute to national, regional and local developments,” Wilfried Taetow, president of PV Cycle, explained.
“This regionalization process is a multi-level project. In conjunction with the plan to establish local presences, PV Cycle will continue contributing to the development of viable, national WEEE laws and processes,” added Jan Clyncke, managing director at PV Cycle. “The PV Cycle service and operations will remain pan-European but we want to create a strong national content in a pan-European context”.