The French leader in automotive recycling with European ambitions, Indra recovers ELVs from impound yards, insurers, garages, dealerships and private individuals, and consults on the dismantling process. The organisation also creates networks of dismantling centres based on its own high standards.SEE MORE
In addition to recycling copper and polypropylene, GAIA extracts precious metals, such as platinum, palladium and rhodium, and reuses parts from dismantled cars and overstock from after-sales and end-of-series vendors. GAIA also operates the Expert Battery Repair Center (CERBF), leveraging its expertise in maximizing the time in which batteries remain in automotive use. In 99% of cases, batteries can be repaired. But when the remaining capacity is no longer compatible with the autonomy required for automotive use, the batteries are prepared for a second life.SEE MORE
With operations on four continents, including 15 subsidiaries and 47 sites in Europe, Boone Comenor Metalimpex specialises in the collection, sorting and recovery of metal waste for the industrial sector, serving automotive, railways, aerospace, foundries and steel manufacturers.SEE MORE
The renovation and repair activities of the ReCycle by Refactory division cover several key areas, including the repair of engines and gearboxes, as well as mechatronics.
Based on 10 years’ experience in the field of automotive circular economy, we develop consulting services in automotive recycling. We also offer training courses within the “Circular industry of mobility Campus” based in the Refactory of Flins.
We are working on developing battery-grade closed-loop recycling with our partners.