Hen Boele and Marco Brocken, the founders of Evodos, explain the advantages of the Evodos separation technology. Examples are given on the robustness of the Evodos machines combined with its high effectiveness. They make clear how you can try Evodos at your own premises during 4 months for a net cost of only 6.0000 euro. More info www.evodos.eu or info@evodos.eu

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