Fibre (40%)

Different fibre recoveries from the prosess:

Fiber 8-15 mm: 34.3%, Fiber 4-8 mm: 2.1%, Fiber 3-6 mm: 5.0%, Fiber/Epoxy 0-3 mm: 3.2%.


The new completely recovered fibre can be used to produce new windmills.

PET Hard plastic (25%)

Unidentified plastic pellets completely recovered. Natural PET is a transparent type of plastic with a gloss finish. It has all the benefits of glass – being a strong inert material. Interestingly, unlike glass, PET is lighter, durable and a more cost effective option that is strong and shatterproof.

Epoxy (20%)

Epoxy or thermoset plastic is used as part of the recovery. That’s because the strong-properties of the epoxy allow for structural and engineering adhesives. Commonly, epoxy resin is used in the construction of vehicles, boats and also windmills. Essential in the recovery of the windmills.

Foam plastic (11%)

Foamed plastic is resin that has been frothed with air bubbles. When it hardens, the plastic has a sponge-like structure that can be controlled for softness or rigidity. 


Foamed plastic offers a vastly wider range of properties than standard plastic.


Rotor diameter (m):   120
Blade weight (kg):    7320
Blade weight (kg):    5490

                          Est capacity and cost

Number of blades:                  1
Throughput shredding (h): 1,5
Throughput milling (h): 7,3
Output fibres (kg/h): 1000
Operation cost (€):878


Size of input (m): 1
Density (kg/m3): 500
Capacity (kg/h): 1000
Operation cost (€/h):100
Size of output (m):  100


Size of input (m):0,05
Density (kg/m3):500
Capacity (kg/h): 100
Operation cost (€/h): 100
Output density (kg/m3):100