Trédi Argentina, a subsidiary of the Séché Group, has consolidated his activity for more than 20 years as a specialist in the management and treatment of PCB-contaminated waste in South America.
We accompany our clients in the decision process for the optimal management and treatment of their hazardous or highly complex waste.
We offer solutions for both On Site treatments, in the case of oils and / or transformers with low concentrations of PCBs (less than 5000 ppm), and for destruction by heat treatment, in our facilities in France. Our export services include the treatment of highly complex waste such as PCBs, pesticides (persistent organic pollutants), war material, batteries or toxic gases. Waste that does not have a local treatment solution.
Trédi Argentina is also positioned in environmental services such as the rehabilitation of contaminated sites and soils. Thanks to Séché’s experience and know-how, Trédi Argentina can offer high quality solutions adapted to all types of pollution.
Séché is a key player in the circular economy worldwide
Séché is a family own group, founded in France, with more than 30 years of experience in recovery, treatment and waste management. The Group is recognized worldwide due to its specialization in environmental management solutions, its latest technology, its flexibility and its capacity to adapt to the client’s needs, being this its differentiation factor in the local and international market.
Séché is a member of Global Compact for more than 15 years and is strongly committed to the objectives of sustainable development.
Thanks to its experience and knowledge in the treatment of hazardous and highly complex waste, it has gained worldwide recognition from big industrial actors, governments and international institutions (UN, UNDP, FAO, UNIDO, World Bank). The Group has more than 40 recovery and treatment facilities in France and a growing presence in other countries around the world, with more than 32 activities dedicated to waste management and a wide capacity and ability to deploy environmental projects at an international level.
Séché is listed at the Eurolist for Euronext stock market since 1997.