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TNT, RDX, HMX, PETN, Tetryl etc.
Comp A, B and other PBXs, Black Powder

Propellants
NC and AP based propellants,
rocket propellants

Ammunition
Small Arms, Ammunition
Anti-Personnel Mines, Fuzes, Tracers, Primers, Booster etc.

Pyrotechnic Materials
Smoke Composition (Hexachloroethane)
Irritant and Lachrymatory Ammunition (CN/CS)
Illuminating Ammunition, Airbags and components                                                                                                                                         
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During the last years restraint systems experienced a rising number of the sales figures. Six to eight different airbag systems are already standard in medium-sized vehicles and new systems stand before their introduction. Thus an environmentally friendly disposal of all automobile components is not only a current task but also a challenge of our time. Beside the personnel EST fulfilled also the material conditions for a professional disposal and is thereby reliable partner of car manufacturers and their suppliers.

The following restraint systems can be treated in an environmental friendly process:

· various airbag modules
   (driver / front passenger, side, head, knee protection modules)
· belt latch tensioners, belt tensioners
· gas generators
·airbag assemblies.

The sources of these restraint systems are:

· scrapped cars
· system manufacturers
· car manufacturers
· aircraft industry.

The disposal according to the quality rules is documented by a disposal declaration (VE). All remaining residues are recycled properly. The disposal and recovery process has been awarded with the predicate "very satisfactory" by the BMW-Group and TRW Airbag Systems GmbH & Co. KG.

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EST is authorized for the disposal of different hazardous waste.

Solvents of different qualities (35-40 Megajoule per kilogram) are also used as a substitute fuel. Our depot has a capacity to store 180 tons.

07.01.2016