WRS Italia, leader in the waste recycling systems, has actively replied to the innovation in the recycling sector
The meeting has allowed WRS Italia to present to its partners its own activities, news, products and services; and face and discuss important themes in the waste recycling sphere.
The assembly was mainly grounded on planning and waste disposal themes from the planning phase to the co-ordination phase. These practical and working stages linked to WRS Italia experience have been important to determine its success.
Furthermore, a deepening discussion has been hold about the project (360° partner) about the TREMONTI TER. Then, the new consuming funding regulations, the funding on easy term and free grant funding have been presented during the meeting.
These themes have been discussed to make partners to understand that WRS Italia will look after the client during all project, from the initial authorization phase to the system production, with the possibility to provide the client with a commercial way out to the material coming in and out.
For further information please visit the website www.wrsitalia.com
Wrs Italia is a dynamic young company whose experienced and skilled professionals are able to plan and manage the complete and efficient installation of hi-tec waste recycling equipment such as industrial shredders, grinding machines, and recycling systems for different types of materials.
WRS Italia managers and technicians have worked in the shredding sector for many years, and not only become your full partners supplying remunerative, functional, and robust equipment but also your advisors guiding you through your choices and management of your own activity as the client.
The research, the continuous technological evolution and attentive service provided to clients are the elements that make WRS Italia a reliable organisation able to fully satisfy any technical or advisory need.
WRS Italia S.r.l
Corso Italia, 7, 35010 Borgoricco PD
Tel. +39.049.7985101, +39.049.5730903
Fax +39.049.7985237, +39.049.9336528
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