Turbinas de viento en agua

Effective Wind Management

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Leitmotiv

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When the wind turbine blade finishes its life in the wind energy sector our work begins. Taking full advantage, the components and structures are extracted from the wind turbine for its subsequent dismantling. Without wasting any material it is transferred using a cutting technique that allows simple and efficient transport.  

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At Ventos Metódicos Reciclagem LDA we specialize in waste management, strictly complying with the new guidelines stipulated by the European Union. Circular economy, reuse and zero carbon footprint in new products is the philosophy of our company.

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Circular economy

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Reuse

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Zero carbon footprint

 

RESOURCES AND PROCESS

 
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Sawmill truck accessible to the wind farm to implement first cuts.


Forklift for segment handling and for loading and unloading of material.


Qualified and certified personnel to carry out the operation.


Materials and supplies necessary for the packaging and handling of wind blades.

The cutting of the material, generating almost no waste, is the central axis of the recycling process. Once the blades have been disassembled they are segmented into divided sections to facilitate handling, loading and transport. Thanks to a pioneering system in the market, the blades are cut without causing environmental impact. The few resulting wastes are sucked out automatically, reserving them for other utilities.

Wind turbine sawmill truck.

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TRANSPORT

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After the completion of the cutting and packaging process, the material is loaded into a truck adapted for transfer to the processing line. 

Transportation of wind blades in the trailer.

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Trailer de transporte

SOSTYLAIR

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The main difference between our company and others lies in the complete recycling of wind blades. In contrast to the wind sector, at Ventos Metódicos Reciclagem LDA we guarantee that the waste undergoes an innovative recycling process that other countries do not have.


For example, in countries like the United States a high percentage of blades are buried creating a harmful impact on the environment.

Wind blades in burial process.

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In Europe the blades are crushed for subsequent combustion or are subjected to chemical processes in order to separate their materials

Blade crushing process for subsequent combustion.

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To avoid these situations, our company focuses on giving a second life to wind blades. We are backed by experience and innovative interest.

You can recognize Ventos Metódicos Reciclagem LDA by our logo

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Thanks to our brand, the wind energy sector, especially blades, can no longer be said to be creating waste.  We are transforming these materials into exclusive industrial, urban, office and domestic furniture through a pioneering technique in the recycling sector.


It is a non-invasive and completely sustainable process, whereby the impact of the carbon footprint is non-existent. With cuts and shapers, high-quality structures and certificates that demonstrate the material’s resistance and exclusivity,

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furniture is at the forefront of sustainability.

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Próxima apertura de las nuevas instalaciones
en el segundo semestre de 2023

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Windmill blades are cut to create lamps.

Multicolor interior lamps.

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Outdoor lampset a marina dock in warm or cool light.

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Black office table.

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White office or dining table.

Green outdoor bench.

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White outdoor bench.

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White interior benches.

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White interior bench in bedroom.

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White chairs in living room

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Black chairs in living room

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Black chairs in living room

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Macetas en exterior 

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USE OF RESULTING WASTE

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Any waste from the manufacture of the new product also enjoys a second life: the small fragments and dust resulting from cutting is used for the manufacturing of structures in the maritime and agriculture industries. For example, the material can be used to create support structures for grape vines.

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Any waste from the manufacture of the new product also enjoys a second life: the small fragments and dust resulting from cutting is used for the manufacturing of structures in the maritime and agriculture industries. For example, the material can be used to create support structures for grape vines.

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Any waste from the manufacture of the new product also enjoys a second life: the small fragments and dust resulting from cutting is used for the manufacturing of structures in the maritime and agriculture industries. For example, the material can be used to create support structures for grape vines.

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Any waste from the manufacture of the new product also enjoys a second life: the small fragments and dust resulting from cutting is used for the manufacturing of structures in the maritime and agriculture industries. For example, the material can be used to create support structures for grape vines.

Any waste from the manufacture of the new product also enjoys a second life: the small fragments and dust resulting from cutting is used for the manufacturing of structures in the maritime and agriculture industries. For example, the material can be used to create support structures for grape vines.

CONTACT

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Ventos Metódicos Reciclagem LDA
Polígono Industrial da Lagoa
Rúa das Cruzes, 484
4950-850 Monçao
Portugal

Request your quote without obligation for the removal of wind blades.

Phone: +35 191 3302645 / +34 626 86 86 30
info@ventosmetodicos.com
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