ReLife Recycling

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ReLife Recycling is one of Italy’s leading players in the circular economy, strongly specialised in the collection and treatment of municipal and industrial solid waste.

With facilities located throughout central and northern Italy, the ReLife Recycling division manages the entire recycling process from waste collection and reclaiming to accurate recycling rate monitoring and the sale of end products.

The production facilities are located in five regions of Italy (Liguria, Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto and Tuscany).

28 production lines are dedicated to the selection of extraneous fractions to bring the original entropy back into balance. Eliminating the extraneous fractions from the various material flows entering the facilities means, they can be passed to the next industrial cycle and to enter the market with secondary raw materials, having an economic and environmental status totally different from the first part.


ReLife Recycling operates mainly in the packaging sector – paper and cardboard, plastics, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, wood, glass and other materials – with the collection and reclaiming for the production of secondary raw materials. Over 900.000 tonnes are processed every year.

Integrated waste management includes the control and combination of actions to give value to materials by working quickly, professionally and punctually to ensure closing of the environmental cycle. The deep knowledge of the different steps ensures that all legal requirements are appropriately organised and implemented.


From small businesses to medium-sized and large companies that need to sort waste in house, ReLife Recycling develops ecological services offering multiple solutions and cost optimisation for its customers to deal with the problem of disposing of municipal and special waste with state-of-the-art equipment in its 13 facilities located nationwide.

ReLife Recycling also addresses environmental service providers engaged in municipal waste management, initiating recycling and reclaiming of separable materials.