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We love a challenge
Helping reduce the impact on the environment is just as important a challenge for us as helping raise your productivity. Hence the Sandvik Coromant Recycling Concept. Simply gather together your used solid carbide inserts and round tools, return them in the boxes we provide, and we’ll recycle them in the most effective way possible.
Getting rid of old tools will increase efficiency, and we pay for the carbide you send. But the true reward comes from better utilization of precious resources plus a more sustainable environment for everyone.
Sandvik Coromant Recycling Concept
– at your service
Order one collection/transport box for inserts and one for solid tools.
Return the boxes and packing slip with the name of the person responsible plus the return address to your nearest Sandvik Coromant office or dealer.
We ship the boxes to our approved recycling centre.
We pay the current price per kg carbide collected.
Sandvik Coromant Recycling Concept (CRC) is a simple, one-stop recycling system available to all customers worldwide. We ensure that your used solid carbide inserts and round tools are collected, sent to our ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001-certified plant and recycled using approved, environmentally-friendly methods.
Together we make a small but important contribution to creating a sustainable environment. What’s more, we collect and recycle solid carbide inserts and round tools from other manufacturers as well!
Contact your nearest Sandvik Coromant office or dealer today
Order collection boxes
for each lathe, milling machine, drill or for your machining centre. We recommend one collection box for inserts and one separate box for solid carbide tools for each cutting workplace.
Collection box (yellow):
Transport box for solid carbide tools:
Transport box for inserts:
Free of charge!
Save money by recycling!
contact your nearest sales office
for the actual price.
ISO 14001 certification
was successfully achieved in March 2003.
View certificate (pdf)
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