« We create plants »
3B Hungaria has specialized in the planning, production, assembly and commission of material for conveying and processing systems since 1992. The company plans, produces and installs equipment and plants dedicated to waste treatment, recycling and renewable energy industry (esp. biomass).
They develop their products with their own design team and, thanks to continuous investments, they make them in their production halls equipped with very modern production technologies.
The range includes conveyors, magnetic separators, optical separators, sorting plants, etc.
We can deliver turnkey plants – from the plan to the test run.
Conveyors, magnetic separators, optical separator, sorting plants
Waste / Recycling, reuse, repurposing
« We create plants »
5 November 2020
Energy: 5 startups that bring together innovation and environment
The transformation of the industrial sector so it has a lower environmental impact is one of the challenges of our century. But can innovation really be reconciled with environment? Here are 5 rising startups that are re-drawing the lines.
12 November 2020
Decarbonation of the industry: we are accelerating!
Accelerating the greening of the economy and the decarbonation of industry is one of the five areas of work identified by the (French) National Industry Council (NIC) last May. But what exactly is meant by "decarbonizing industry" and is it really that new?
30 November 2020
Nominees for the Pollutec Innovation Awards 2020
Organized with Pexe - Les éco-entreprises de France, the Pollutec Innovation Awards aim to distinguish, among the innovations presented by the exhibitors, those that offer the greatest market potential. Here is the list of nominees in alphabetical order.
11 February 2021
Micropollutants in water: entering the age of quaternary treatment
Micropollutants is the term used to describe substances that are able to affect living organisms at very low concentrations due to their toxicity, persistence or bioaccumulation. Today we know about monitoring and analysing these micropollutants, but where are we on processes to eliminate them?