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BIANATT SA was founded in 2007 and its activity is the treatment and recovery of secondary raw materials from waste of electric and electronic equipment (WEEE). BIANATT SA is located in Aspropyrgos, Attica. 

The company employs specialized staff and is capable of producing high quality recycled materials, by applying Quality Assurance System ISO 9001:2001. Through investing in research and development, BIANATT SA targets in continuous improvement of the recycling fraction as well as in the production of new recovery materials.  

During treatment, WEEE are dismantled and depolluted, so that the potentially hazardous components (i.e. batteries, capacitors, toners, etc.) are separated from the non-hazardous recyclable materials. The non-hazardous recyclable materials are metals (such us iron, copper, aluminum etc.), plastic, glass and electronic equipment components (such as hard disks, printed circuit boards, cables etc.) 

BIANATT SA applies certified Environmental Management System ISO 14001:2004 as well as Occupational Health and Safety Management System OHSAS 18001:2007. Finally, BIANATT SA is registered in the European Eco-Management and Audit Scheme “EMAS”, aiming at the continuous improvement of its environmental performance. 

WEEE is the fastest growing waste stream (3-5% yearly increase rate) and currently more than 50 million tons are produced each year worldwide. 

On one hand, WEEE contain a great number of hazardous components which if they are not treated properly will have serious environmental impact. 

On the other hand, WEEE recycling offers significant opportunities in the field of secondary materials recovery, materials which in some cases are rare and have high extraction costs. Characteristically, for the production of electrical and electronic equipment more than 320 tons of gold, 7.500 of silver are used yearly, as well as large quantities of plastic and metals such as iron, copper, rare earths, etc.

In Europe, the highest percentage of the main metals (such as iron and aluminum) are recovered and reused by the industry. This is not the case though for a number of critical metals, which are primary, produced outside Europe, and consequently the European Industries depend on a few producers. WEEE recycling can contribute not only to the environmental protection but also to the independence of European industries, offering an important percentage of the required quantity.