The first Caritas Recycling Workshop was established in Zwwettl in Dec. The idea is to create oversight work jackets for people with disabilities and at the same time re-use usable materials from materials that are not needed. With 15 employees starting in 2001, there have been 29 jobs and رين working attendance for 29 disabled employees. In addition to processing recycled materials, employees of the Caritas Recycling Workshop also perform contractual and external work at regional companies.
356 Three materials are processed annually
Recycling workshops are organized into four fields. Here the yard is separated from the bobbins of the cardboard and dipped in bells. Cardboard as well as single yarns can be transported to international industrial companies for targeted recycling. With the use of airbag cycles, the residues of the tissues from the airbag production will be separated from the foil, edited and thus returned to the raw material cycle. On the occasion of the 206th anniversary, facility manager Florian Bauer says, “356 three materials are delivered each year by 100 trucks and processed in Zwettl.” Employees For new employees who have been with us since the beginning, there were certificates and gifts and gifts at the ceremony.
Suitable for the job market
Director of Caritas Hannes Ziselsberger emphasized in the celebration: “It is important to offer such jobs to people with disabilities in the company’s infrastructure so that there can be a change in the way Caritas workshops and work at companies. Therefore, it is also a goal to make employees fit for the job market first, in line with their prospects, who are always successful.
PvP Regional Councilor Cristian Tessel-Hofmeister congratulated on the anniversary: ”The recycling workshop at Zwettl is a particularly valuable project because it incorporates the participation of disabled people into the work life through recycling with the benefits of the environment. General Chat Chat Lounge The people who work here follow important and meaningful tasks, and there are many social connections.
VP National Councilor Lucas Brandt Wiener, District Captain Matthias Karl and VP Mayor Franz Mold paid tribute to the work of the Caritas Recycling Workshop during a visit. “You’re an important part of the economy. It is important that this facility is available,” Mulder emphasized, for example.