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Mechanically recycling wind turbine blades using a planetary roller extruder

ENTEX and NOVO-TECH Circular – a unique connection. ENTEX would like to congratulate NOVO-TECH Circular on the ground-breaking for its new factory for compounding and extruding biocomposites. The investment being made in its Aschersleben facility marks a milestone in mechanical recycling and circular production to achieve lasting reductions in CO2 emissions. With its new project, NOVO-TECH Circular is maintaining its reliance on the principles embodied by the ENTEX planetary roller extruder, which will continue to be the heart of its new production line. Two ENTEX planetary roller extruders will be producing biocomposites at an industrial scale in a continuous, material-friendly process while maintaining consistently high quality throughout. This marks the start of a new era for the close, long-standing ties between our companies.

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