Ridomus differs from competitors because it handles the waste of air conditioning equipment waste management, in a vertical way.
The Financial model adopted by the Consortium has always provided manufacturers with the certainty of contributing for the exact amount of the costs actually incurred by the Consortium for the collection and recovery of waste resulting from air conditioners.
The consumer plays also an active and sustainable part, whenever he buys an air conditioner, to which is is applied by law the echo contribution. The consumer, in fact, takes part in the reduction of environmental impact and maximization of recovery of natural resources contained in WEEE, focusing on environmental, economic and ethical sustainability.
Ridomus, thanks to its extensive knowledge of the equipments they deal with, has been the spokeperson at
the Ministry. When defining the market shares, Ridomus pointed out the need to consider the
different environmental impact of the different EEE.
This aspect was introduced in the Legislative Decree 49/2014.
38% motors, compressors, transformers
25% iron metals
24% non-iron precious metals
5% electrical components
at the Municipal Ecological areas
at the industrial and commercial activities on the whole territory
Ridomus, as all the Consortiums that are part of the SAFE group, entrusts on models of prevention and control to ensure the protection of the ecosystem and the efficient reuse of natural resources.