The family Van Zessen has already more than 40 years of experience in the woodfibre industry, father Van Zessen began in 1957 at the age of 18 years to drive with a Henschel truck. Now, 43 years later, he is still active in the same industry.
Trade and transport aren't foreign to our family, on the pictures below you can see grandpa with his Ford in 1925. He was 18 years old and one of the first drivers with wage-earnings. Some years later he bought this truck and started his own transport company. In 1930 he started a taxi company that drove all the prominent people of the region. In WO II everything went lost untill his children and grandchildren rebuilt everything.

The woodfibre industry is probably the first recycling industry that started short after the war. After a couple of years they started to recycle other things as well.
Since the 90's you can talk about a recycling society. We, woodrecyclers, are glad that we support the process that puts the environment of our children in safety.
More than 80 % of woodrests is recyclable material, the biggest processors are fibreboard or packing manufacturers. (This is an example of how woodrests can get a useful destination again.) Think of chickenstalls and horseboxes.
The woodfibres who are used for chickenstalls, will be dried after they are removed from the stalls. Then they will be packed in bags and exported as groundstrengthning. South-American and Arabian countries can make their grounds more fertile with this.
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