The MHP process developed in Germany enables the emission-free and waste-free recycling of materials for the first time made of:


German scientists and research institutes with established reputation certify the usefulness of new materials obtained in the MHP process as recycled building materials with previously unknown positive properties for construction. Due to these properties, they can be successfully used in civil engineering, landscaping and green areas, as acoustic screens, they can be used on many other levels. Thanks to this, sand and cement as a traditional building material are not indispensable components when recycling building materials.

The MHP process is based on a very simple physical principle: the interaction of light and matter. Light - changes the molecular structure of matter. It sounds simple - however, the process is very complex: the change in molecular structure is fixed and blocked by mixing the material with the mineralizer after "light bombardment with light" whose free electrons are fast enough to take the place of electrons thrown out of orbit around the atomic nucleus to a higher orbital plane. In this way, sylification of the material will take place. A process nature has known for millions of years.

Important technical and energy inputs are important aspects of the MHP process. Simplicity and safety of the process with high durability at the time of giving it the so-called "ZERO emissions" - means zero-emission processing during or after treatment by the process itself. The cost of the installation is approximately 18% of known solutions (waste incineration plants). The current throughput is around EUR 35 per tonne (for waste incineration plants costs range from 60 up to EUR 120 per tonne depending on location.) The validation period is from 1 to 1.5 years (for waste incineration plants from about 10 years).

While thermal waste treatment (waste incineration) can be used for technical reasons and economical only in larger quantities (about 150,000 tonnes per year), the MHP process can be used from 10,000 tonnes per year under economically favorable conditions.


Building components made from recycled materials have the following properties:

In addition, they are suitable for: