If you would go on a greenhouse tour, you are guaranteed to see them a lot: mat mounds. The mounds will not be as large as with waste processing companies when growers change their cultivation, but it is still an impressive picture and a tell-tale sign that the season has come to an end.
Also at Dutch grower Kwekerij Moors, which grows bell peppers on rockwool mats. These mats are currently replaced during the cultivation change and so Loonbedrijf Kurtjens from Grubbenvorst will come pick up the mats.
For recycling, the growers share, beside much other cultivation waste: 1) Plant residue is processed into compost, 2) Plastic is also used for making garbage bags and 3) Rockwool is processed into resources for bricks.
Renewi will show how high and large the mounds at the waste processors are in the video below.