The Eriez Orange University Program gives Eriez customers access to a wide variety of free educational resources, tools, testing and training opportunities. Orange University includes the Mobile Training and Education Center and the Eriez Technical Center, in addition to online components such as selection/specification calculators, a literature library, newsletters, magnet safety information, articles and more.
The Orange University Mobile Training and Education Center is a 38-foot Winnebago filled with equipment and resources to facilitate hands-on learning at customers’ facilities. The Orange University Mobile Training team continually travels throughout North America, tailoring each experience to help participants find the most economical solutions to their unique product purity and/or material handling processing challenges.
Scrap database purchase program for iPad JPOP is the first scrap and CRV database purchasing program for the iPad platform on the market, and is designed to satisfy all police department requirements for anti-theft regulations. JPOP (junk point of purchase) works with iPad (as well as Android) operating systems, for both 7 (mini) and 10-inch i-Pads. This technology takes pictures from both the back and front of an ID, captures customer faces and then stores information in a database.
JPOP works with air-print printers for cheque printing, and is Bluetooth-capable. It uses an iPad's camera to grab information from U.S. ID cards (as well as South American consulate IDs) and loads it into a customer database automatically.
A standard objection in the advancement of organics recycling and composting has always been, “there won’t be enough uses for the compost products that are produced.” And our standard response has always been “produce good quality compost and the markets will be found.”
To complement this perspective, our Council has developed the Compost Quality Alliance (CQA). Designed to not only comply with federal and provincial regulatory requirements, CQA testing and promotion also focuses on the agronomic attributes of the compost product. Soil dynamics and the performance demanded of the compost used have been taken into consideration in the creation of the testing regime exacted by the CQA program. This is helping to support user confidence in the integrity of the compost product and its appropriateness for the intended use.
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CleanFARMS is working with Ontario farmers to find solutions for disposing of various on-farm waste. The agricultural waste recycler has established a pilot program for the disposal of empty seed and pesticide bags for farmers in southwestern Ontario.
The empty seed and pesticide bag pilot program, which began in May and will end in September, offers Ontario farmers a more environmentally friendly disposal solution for these bags which ensures agricultural waste is managed responsibly and stays out of landfills.
Terex Environmental Equipment’s new whole tree biomass chipper TBC 430, one of three machines in the company’s 400 Series, uses a massive 50-inch diameter drum in all three models. Terex says these are the largest drums in the industry, and will help improve efficiency and reduce fuel consumption. The 400 Series drum has a 1-inch drum skin, full pocket cutting surface, and bolt-in replaceable wear parts, giving the Terex 430 a mechanical advantage in its cutting attack angle, as well as excellent wear, longevity and kinetic energy.
A large in-feed system and opening enables efficient feed to slash, limbs, short wood and whole trees, and all Terex chippers use a full knife pocket across the face of the drum to produce superior high quality chip and faster load times.
According to Komptech, the company’s Crambo shredder is indisputably one of the best machines there is for processing all types of wood and green cuttings. In addition to the existing hydraulic-drive model, there is now a mechanical-drive version – called the Crambo direct. The Crambo direct has a drive train that combines the functionality of hydraulics with the efficiency of a mechanical drive. Komptech says its new mechanical drive with automatic transmission has numerous advantages, such as higher efficiency and lower fuel use, while retaining full functionality such as overload protection, reversing capability and two shredding speeds. Plus, the unit’s degree of shredding can be adjusted flexibly, either by changing the screen basket, or even more conveniently, by changing the entire screen basket cartridge.
Available for use with Crambo shredders, Komptech’s recently introduced Bio-Basket XL is a modified screen basket cartridge, bio-cutter and wide-mesh screen basket. This option is designed to allow biomass processors more production out of green cuttings (approximately 30 percent) while further reducing fuel consumption. The Bio-Basket XL’s large 640 mm by 200 mm holes prevent material from circling around in the shredding compartment, so that woody biomass output retains its desired coarse structure. Plus, due to low friction losses, no extra fine fraction is produced, ensuring maximum quality and quantity of output.
OSA’s RS Series Pulverizers are built for demolition work. Italian-designed, these attachments combine high-quality functionality with “highly intelligent” materials to produce a very productive concrete-crushing machine, with low noise and vibration. The RS Series is entirely made using HARDOX and WELDOX steel and uses two large cylinders. Hydraulic rotation comes standard, and regenerative installation is available on select models. RS Series Pulverizers feature continuous, precision 360-degree rotation in both directions, using a specialty clutch, and provide fast, accurate and efficient jaw positioning. Units are ideal for excavators with long arms.
Advantage PressurePro, provider or tire performance management solutions and fleet management solutions provider Shaw Tracking, have announced a strategic partnership formed to provide customers with real time, fully integrated vehicle performance information.
The announced partnership enables PressurePro’s advanced TPMS solutions to be offered across all of Shaw Tracking’s in-cab Mobile Computing Platforms (MCP), bringing real-time, fully integrated tire performance management additions to Shaw Tracking’s already advanced offerings. Adding both in-cab monitoring solutions direct to the MCP viewable as well as complete remote monitoring options, the new offering helps fleets revolutionize their tire management programs.
At Waste Expo 2014, Cascade Cart Solutions launched CartLogic, a web-based, cloud-managed software solution for tracking, maintaining and reporting on entire waste, recycling and organics cart fleets. CartLogic manages residential roll-out cart maintenance and location information using RFID (radio frequency identification) technology, GPS systems and cloud computing. Each time a delivery, swap, repair or removal is made, the cart’s RFID tag is scanned and the type of service provided is entered, generating a service history log for each cart. This information synchronizes with the CartLogic cloud-based platform, securely storing all cart inventory data online.
Information is available in real-time, anywhere, multiple employees can gain portal accessibility simultaneously, and data is automatically compiled into downloadable, electronic reports.