Have a look at the marketplace

Here you will be able to have a look at some of the already accepted auctions about to be launched as well as some that are in progress. To help you find your way, we have arranged the auctions into categories and provide you with a brief description of the types of wastes and secondary raw materials you can find under each category.

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Manufacturing or collected paper waste generated in the widest fields (cardboard, printing paper, colour or black and white newspaper, folding paper, etc.) can be valuable base material in the recycling process. It is important that these wastes are sold when dry, free of biological pollutants.


Various kinds of glass waste generated in households and in the course of diverse manufacturing, building and dismantling processes are valuable base materials. It is important that they should be sorted as much as possible (flat and container glass, coloured or white glass, toughened glass, laminated glass, etc.) by their origin, colour and important material qualities to facilitate their subsequent recycling.


Plastics are one of the most frequently used materials both by households and industry. They can be of widely different composition, appearance and quality depending on where and for what they are used. This category includes foils, plates, bottles, LDPE, PVC, PET, POM, etc., as well as waste tyres.


Iron, light and heavy metal (steel, aluminium, copper, bronze, lead, magnesium, etc.) wastes are generated characteristically in industry and in the course of building and dismantling processes in a wide variety of quality and size. It is important that materials of nearly identical quality and size can be recycled the most easily, hence preparation and sorting influences marketability in this case as well.


Technical and electronic wastes can both come from households and manufacturing depending on the place of their generation. In this category, the pollutant content and the quality of preparation are the factors that most significantly determine the possibilities and mode of further utilisation. For this reason, it is important to professionally handle and prepare these wastes.


Any and all waste that you did not find in one of the above categories can be found here, such as agricultural waste, packaging wood, treated wood waste, dyes, waste from construction and dismantling, etc.