Temporary recycling halls – The fast and flexible way to safe waste management
The waste and recycling industry has special requirements for structural and process safety: RÖDER waste halls and landfill halls provide sturdy shelter from all weather conditions and can prevent ecologically harmful substances from leaking into the environment. RÖDER Industrial Buildings temporary structures enable to react quickly to any needs for space, reduce the economic risks involved with large-scale building projects and allow the investment to pay off quickly.
Freestanding design to maximize usable area – RÖDER landfill halls and recycling halls do not require a supportive inner post. The result: a clear span space where nothing gets in the way of the work.
Full scalability for maximum flexibility – The massive spans and heights at the sides as well as the infinitely extendable lengths make RÖDER halls the perfect way to provide a cover or complementary structure for your combustion plants, storage sites, recycling operations, waste-management centers and garbage incineration plants.
A rugged cover that meets environmental regulations – RÖDER waste halls and landfill halls are equipped with technology that provides protection as well as increased insulation and leak-control options specifically designed for the waste and recycling industry – all in order to meet legal requirements and environmental regulations.
The RÖDER recycling halls also meet the fire safety requirements for commercial construction. They can withstand wind speeds up to 140 km/h and handle snow loads up to 3.0 kN/m².
Due to the system construction, they are designed for the highest standardization and can be extended and dismantled at any time in length and width.
Your RÖDER team will be happy to advise you on your individual and tailor-made space solution!
Enresa Waste Storage Halls
RÖDERs spanish subsidiary ForoTechnico installed three specially for the project designed and equipped large tents: B-Tents 20m x 115m, 25m x 120m and 53m x 122m, each with side heights of 6m on one side and 10m on the other. The recycling halls with more than 11,500 m² ground area are used for nuclear low-level waste storage at El Cabril. The constructions are able to withstand continuous wind loads of the power of a hurricane.