CDE has launched theircase study demonstrating how construction, demolition and excavation waste can be re-used in high value construction applications. Filmed in conjunction with The Sheehan Group, a family-run business, specialising in construction and civil engineering, viewers have the opportunity to watch the full process from the removal of waste materials from a construction site, recycling the waste materials by wet processing and to their reuse in a residential construction project.
Liebherr, which has been manufacturing and operating in Newport News for over 48 years, has announced that it is investing $45 million in the expansion of its Newport News, Virginia, facility.
A research group from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, has focused on the circular economy and developed innovative process technologies applicable for various industrial uses. Adjunct Professor Ari Väisänen and his Metal Analysis and Recovery Research Group have found new methods to analyze and separate harmful and critical metals from environmental samples and electronic equipment in order to promote the circular economy.
Experienced recyclers who are retired or semi-retired but who would like to still be involved in the industry now have a home through the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI). ISRI recently formed the Century Club for individuals who desire to network with peers, maintain friendships, and stay active in the scrap recycling industry although they may no longer be associated with an ISRI member company.
In an effort to have milk classified as a beverage, the B C Bottle & Recycling Depot Association (BCBRDA) is advising the public, and bringing to the government's attention, that the fact that milk is not considered a beverage in BC is hurting recycling efforts as well as the environment, but is rewarding big business.
Doppstadt's INVENTHOR Type 9 shredder, from the SMART SHREDDING LINE, is a new high-performance machine that is setting new market benchmarks when it comes to quality and performance. By bringing together the most innovative mechanical developments, innovative control and regulation systems, and a brand new noise emissions concept, Doppstadt has created an environmentally friendly cost-effective one-stop solution for the recycling sector. Thanks to its modular service-oriented construction and range of suspension variants, this machine is equally suited to use as a stationary fixture or in the service industry sector.
With China closing its doors to lower-grade recyclables, and with composting programs continuing to underperform, keeping wet organic waste, black bag waste, as well as MRF residuals material out of landfill is becoming an increasingly tough challenge.
Wastequip, a leading North American manufacturer of waste handling equipment, has announced the close of its acquisition by an affiliate of H.I.G. Capital, LLC (H.I.G.), a leading global private equity investment firm. As part of the deal, which was originally announced in early February, Wastequip has appointed Andreas Y. Gruson as chairman of its board of directors. Gruson brings more than 20 years of global waste industry and financial expertise to his role.
Eriez has released a new white paper which makes a compelling case for producing low-copper steel with ballistic separators. The paper compares the Eriez Shred1 Ballistic Separator to several other widely used ferrous scrap upgrading systems, revealing that the Shred1 is a low investment option which cuts hand picking labour in half.
Machinex has provided a new single-stream material recovery system for the City of High Point, North Carolina, which went operational in January, 2018. The City acquired this new system to improve their recovery rates as well as accommodate growing tonnage. The co-mingled recyclables are sourced from a portion of Guilford County and Jamestown, NC.
As part of a worldwide effort to promote the importance of recycling on the first-ever Global Recycling Day this Sunday, March 18, the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) is calling on businesses, communities, policymakers, and individuals to increase their commitment to recycling and recognize scrap as an important resource. Recyclable materials are valuable commodities that play a pivotal role in environmental protection, energy conservation, and sustainability.
The LFC from Power Knot is a biodigester that automatically converts solid food waste into drain-safe waste water. The operation is free of odour, slashes the costs for the disposal of waste, and greatly benefits the environment. Continuous bio-digestion allows food waste to be added at any time.
In February, Italy-based Fimic Srl, presented its latest innovations for the plastics recycling industry during the U.S. Association of Plastics Recyclers (APR) meeting, which was held in conjunction with the Plastics Recycling 2018 conference in Nashville. As a leader in the production of continuous melt filter for the recycling of post-consumer and post-industrial plastics, Fimic recently joined the APR, and is a standing member of the European plastic recyclers association.
The Topturn X-series is getting a new member. At IFAT 2018, taking place from May 14-18 in Munich, Germany, Komptech is presenting the Topturn X5000, a new self-propelled windrow turner that is ideal for the medium to high throughput range. Since introduced, the Topturn X4500 has proven itself as a starter machine for smaller compost facilities. The new Topturn X5000 model is the perfect machine for five metre-wide by two metre-tall windrows, as used at many larger facilities. If all of its performance potential is used to the fullest, the X5000 can turn up to 4,000 cubic metres of compost in an hour.
ZenRobotics Ltd. and Sogetri, part of the Helvetia Environnement Group, have agreed on a delivery of robotic waste sorting systems to a new state-of-the-art waste sorting facility that will be built on Sogetri's existing site in Satigny, Switzerland. The construction of the new facility that will process more than 70.000 tons industrial waste annually will begin in June and the centre is expected to be operational in March, 2019.
Hino Trucks unveiled its new line of trucks at the 2018 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, Indiana. Carrying the name Hino XL Series, this all-new lineup rounds out Hino Trucks Class 7 product offering and launches them into the Class 8 market for the first time in the U.S. The Hino XL7 and XL8 models are powered by Hino's A09 turbo-diesel 8.9-litre inline 6-cylinder engine boasting a B10 life of 1,000,000 miles.
After years of stagnation, the European recycling industry is finally experiencing a revival, according to organizers of this week's Automobile Recycling Congress IARC 2018, in Vienna., running from March 14th through Friday March 16.
Isabelle Faucher, Managing Director of the Carton Council of Canada (CCC) has told delegates at the Canadian Waste Resource Symposium meeting, taking place in Quebec City, March 13 through 15th, that the CCC is investing in a comprehensive strategy to increase carton recycling across Canada. The primary lever of the strategy is driving information and knowledge resources to the participants in the carton value chain, from consumers to the manufacturers who use cartons as the feedstock for their products.