Recycling and Disposal
Sustainability, the efficient use of resources and environmental protection are core elements of our corporate philosophy. We take this issue extremely seriously and therefore strive for the responsible use of construction materials. We use or recycle materials as much as possible and we only throw away materials that we are certain can no longer be used!
Due care and diligence right through to completion
This is what we can offer you thanks to our Rhine Valley Resource Centre. Paper, rubble, mixed plastics, construction and household waste, metals, etc. and even hazardous substances are sorted by us and reprocessed or recycled as well as dried and disposed. This makes us the perfect consumer for your waste products.
Opening Hours Rhine Valley Resource Centre:
Monday to Friday: 07:00 – 11:45, 12:30 – 16:45
You will find us here:
Stöckenstraße 18a, 6850 Dornbirn
- Disposal of various types of waste
- Recyclables trade
- Container and skip service
- Sale of recycling products
Not all rubbish is waste! But what are the differences and what does this mean in practice? Here's an overview.
Construction and demolition timberFind out more
Residual waste, industrial and commercial waste, household waste, construction site wasteFind out more
Construction wasteFind out more
RubbleFind out more
Shrub and tree cuttingsFind out more
TyresFind out more
Mixed plasticsFind out more
Scrap and metals
Mixed scrap and heavy scrap
Aluminium, copper, brass, zinc
Electric cables, electric motors
Cardboard packaging, mixed paper, paper packagingFind out more
Sustainability in recyceling
We all have a responsibility to protect and conserve our environment, and at Rhomberg we take this responsibility very seriously.
A sophisticated material cycle
Thanks to our own quarry, today we obtain up to 50 percent of our construction materials from recycled secondary raw materials.
A leading role
All the waste from the large building sites at the Feldkirch and Dornbirn railway stations and the Arlberg tunnel is transported to the quarry by rail, where the materials are then recycled and reintroduced onto the market.