Entfernung alter sicherer Spielplatzbeläge

4/15/20231 min read

SBR (Styrene-Butadiene Rubber) and EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) surfaces are popular materials used to manufacture safe playground surfaces.

The removal and disposal of old SBR and EPDM surfaces require adherence to certain procedures to avoid harm to the environment and human health.

Here are a few ways to dispose of old SBR and EPDM surfaces:

Recycling - one of the most environmentally friendly ways to dispose of old surfaces is to process them into granules. These granules can be reused to produce new surfaces, rubber blocks, artificial grass, etc.

Incineration - the old surface can be burned in a special furnace where the temperature is high enough to melt the material. This process allows for the recovery of pure chemical substances that can be reused.

Landfill - if recycling or incineration is not possible, then landfilling in special waste dumps remains. However, keep in mind that this method is less environmentally friendly and requires stricter environmental protection standards.

When disposing of old SBR and EPDM surfaces, it's important to use the services of specialized companies that hold appropriate certificates and attestations. The disposal process should be carried out safely and in compliance with environmental protection regulations.