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IERC award goes to Müller-Guttenbrunn

Austria – Christian Müller-Guttenbrunn is proof that you can still have success in electronics recycling despite complicated trends and tough market conditions. At the latest International Electronics Recycling Congress (IERC) in Salzburg, the managing partner and ceo of Austria-based Müller-Guttenbrunn received the IERC Honorary Award, which is presented each year during the event to inspirational figures and leaders from the recycling sector.

‘Christian has won this award for his life’s work, for the development of new recycling processes and the founding of new cleantech companies in Austria and Eastern Europe in various fields, such as plastics recycling and metal sorting,’ commented Jean Cox-Kearns, chairman of the IERC steering committee.

The award also honours ‘the innovative team’ at the Müller-Guttenbrunn Group, which was largely responsible for introducing new technologies for extracting pollutants from e-scrap and upgrading recycling plastics for industrial use.

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