The problemAddressing Waste and Sustainability Issues in Glass Recycling

The consumption of glass is steadily increasing worldwide, resulting in a significant amount of waste. Current solutions for glass waste, such as glass cullet and glass fiber, often produce macro-sized products and lack a sustainable reuse solution. Similarly, the utilization of silicon from PV panels lacks a sustainable approach. nanoIFP addresses these issues by co-destructively treating waste glass and glass-like materials, equalizing particle sizes, and generating marketable products with defined commercial purposes. The system also separates silicon for potential reuse, contributing to resource efficiency and waste reduction.

Our solutionTransforming waste glass into innovative solutions

Provides a sustainable solution for glass waste and reuses valuable materials. Enables the production of marketable products with defined commercial purposes. Contributes to resource efficiency, waste reduction, and environmental sustainability. Offers a co-destructive treatment method that equalizes particle sizes and improves product quality.

Description of nanoIFP:
A revolutionary method and plant for obtaining fine grain size fractions from waste glass and glass-like materials. Addresses the growing need for sustainable solutions for glass waste. Enables the co-destructive treatment of glass cullet and glass fiber to obtain a powdered product with a defined commercial purpose.

Benefits and applications of nanoIFP's approach:
Equalizes particle sizes by combining waste glass cullet and glass fiber. Offers marketable products in various fraction sizes.

Silicon separation and reuse:
The system separates silicon from recycled PV panels. Allows for the reuse of silicon in production.

Operating conditions and efficiency:
nanoIFP's plant operates under vacuum conditions. Ensures a good working environment. Enables efficient dust collection.


  • Waste Glass Recycling: nanoIFP provides a sustainable solution for recycling waste glass, including glass cullet and glass fiber.
  • Fractionated Product Range: The system offers marketable products in various fraction sizes, ranging from 5.0 mm to 0.060 mm, and particle sizes from 0 to 0.060 mm.
  • Versatile Applications: The products obtained from nanoIFP's process can be used as aggregate in construction, additives in cement production, sandblasting and blasting materials, and more.
  • Silica Separation: The system enables the separation of silicon from PV panels, allowing for its reuse in production processes.
  • Vacuum Operation and Dust Collection: The entire plant operates under vacuum conditions, ensuring a clean working environment and effective dust collection.


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Our marketsVarious applications requiring innovative and sustainable solutions for waste glass management and utilization

  • Construction industry
  • Glass production industry
  • Manufacturing industry