Donations for children's home in Wesel -
collected during the Soepenberg anniversary party

Collected during the Soepenberg anniversary party 60 years at Soepenberg: The employees of the company arranged a balloon competition during the company anniversary. Guests and employees had the possibility to let a balloon fly to support a children's home in Wesel (Evangelische Kinderheim e.V.) with their donations. In particular, the young guests had a lot fun. The balloons are still flying around but the company will be able to hand over the donation to the children's home soon: A total amount of 1,000 Euros were collected. The Soepenberg management and employees doubled this amount. The material for this activity was provided by the management. We would like to thank all participants and donors for their great involvement in this charity event.


Soepenberg supports research

The Soepenberg Group actively participates in research projects that examine possible fields of application of secondary raw materials. Alternative recovery and recycling of waste material help to save costs; prevent pollution and safeguard the natural world. Using his innovation voucher of the state for € 6,000 one student improved the reprocessing of mineral remainders from the soda-ash process in the course of his bachelor thesis. SF-Soepenberg GmbH and the institutes IHHP and A.U.G.E. were involved in the cooperation with College Niederrhein which came up to a total volume of € 19,000. The objective of the thesis was the characterization of the waste material lime lenses which are produced during soda-ash production and trying to find possible fields of application for further utilization. The findings will be integrated in the practical business process if possible.



Aktuelles-Scheckübergabe Kindergarten

Handing over the check

A check of 1,000 Euros was handed over to the children's home in Wesel (Evangelische Kinderheim e.V.). The money was collected during the Soepenberg company anniversary. Kai Eckert, manager of the children's home was very happy about the donation which will be used, among other things, for class trips and the purchase of bicycles.

From the left: Corinna Scheffer (SF), Richard Soepenberg, Kai Eckert, Susanne Ramacher (SF)