Promising results for the BEST4Hy EUH2020 project, after about a year from its launch. The well-established Consortium continues with its activities and its research on the development and validation of existing and novel recycling processes for both PEM (proton exchange membrane) and SOC (solid oxide cells) fuel cells, with widening approval also from some organisations that joined the final BEST4Hy Advisory Board this summer.
Anna Marchisio, Business Development Manager at Hensel Recycling, is featured in the current issue of “Recycling International” magazine with an interview on “Women in the recycling industry”. Born in Italy, she has been Business Development Manager at Hensel Recycling since 2015 and has been active in the precious metals recycling industry since 2005.
With immediate effect, Hensel Recycling is also a member of the Cluster of Environmental Technologies Bavaria – a network in the Bavarian environmental economy. Here politics, research, science and commerce work together closely with the goal of strengthening medium-sized Bavarian businesses and establishing a network between businesses and research institutes.
An international partnership developing technologies for the recovery of critical raw materials from hydrogen technologies Despite Covid 19 restrictions and consequences, BEST4Hy (SustainaBlE SoluTions FOR recycling of end-of-life Hydrogen technologies) project team has successfully carried out the first six months of research activities. BEST4Hy project focuses on the development and validation of existing and novel […]
In June 2021 the “CrefoZert” credit certification was again bestowed on Hensel Recycling. The independent auditor thus again acknowledges the excellent creditworthiness of Hensel Recycling.