granova® is a high quality processed incinerator bottom ash aggregate (IBAA). Using the residues of waste incineration as a resource, we produce mineral construction materials that can be used as a substitute for primary aggregate. Among the main applications for IBAA are roads and earthworks, concrete production and landfill construction. granova® IBAA is only produced and marketed by REMEX and its subsidiaries, which have subscribed to a rigorous quality control. The REMEX Group in total handles more than 2.5 million tonnes of incinerator bottom ash per year, extracting the metals for recycling and re-using the aggregates as quality construction material.
A true European brand
With eleven plants and as market leader in Germany and the Netherlands, granova® and its producers serve customers in Germany, France, Belgium, Luxemburg, Italy, United Kingdom and the Netherlands. Our primary customers are operators of Energy from Waste plants, which supply the raw ash for granova®. The material is delivered by ship, rail or road to our facilities for further processing. We supply the final construction material to contractors and concrete producers. Among these customers are infrastructure construction companies such as STRABAG or EUROVIA VINCI and suppliers of concrete products. To learn more about our local activities, please also visit our national webpages granova.de and granova.nl.
granova® is unique
granova® differs from other IBAA because of its quality. We are the first producers of IBAA holding the KOMO® certification for use as aggregate in concrete. To achieve this level of application, we have been committed to improving the metal extraction rates and mineral quality. Our efforts are supported by our internal and external research initiatives. The results of these are demonstrated in our significant annual investments in plant technology. We are proud of our determination to ascertain better ways of using waste. This effort is rewarded by the market: we are the only mineral recycling brand serving customers across several EU countries.