DBS Processing has announced the availability of the PSU: 200 to the recycling and water treatment industry as a cost effective and mobile screening unit.
Vecoplan LLC, the worldwide leader in size reduction technologies, welcomes Nicholas Williams as their newest Product Engineer. Williams earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biological and Agricultural Engineering from North Carolina State University in May 2016. While at NC State his studies focused on Machinery Design, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Solid Dynamics, and Instrumentation. His work experience includes stints at Madsen Motor Company, Cary, NC and Global Autos, in Raleigh, NC while pursuing his degree.
Bandit Industries Inc. welcomes Iowa-based J.P. Scherrman Inc. to the company’s growing dealership network. Headquartered in Farley, Iowa, J.P. Scherrman offers sales, parts and service for Bandit hand-fed wood chippers and stump grinders. The dealership will serve Bandit customers throughout northeast and east central Iowa, including the metropolitan areas of Dubuque, Davenport, Waterloo and Cedar Rapids.
The Austrian manufacturer Rockster Recycler continues its expansion plans through South America with the signing of Sanymaq, an equipment sales and rental company located in Bogota, Colombia. Sanymaq has 80 employees and an extensive network of sales representatives. Specializing in both the rental and consignment markets, the company has ventured into some very interesting recycling projects, and recently purchased a Rockster R700S track-mounted impact crusher.
Over the last decade, much has been done to reshape how Canada views its waste – it has gone from a liability to an economic energizing resource. Commodities such as tires, e-waste and lightbulbs now dominate the agenda. Given that textiles comprises only 6% of landfill, it has been left as a last priority meaning very little research has been done on how Canadians consume and then manage their textile waste. All of the statistics used in Canada are borrowed from American EPA research, under the assumption that Canadians behave similarly. But we don’t know for sure.
CP Group is proud to announce that Ashley Davis, Director of Sales and Marketing for the California-based company, has been named to the Waste360’s first annual 40 Under 40 awards list, which showcases the next generation of leaders in the waste and recycling space who are shaping the future of the industry.
Petro-Canada Lubricants Inc., a Suncor business, has secured an exclusive commitment from McCloskey International Ltd. to use its newly reformulated HYDREX hydraulic fluids for manufacturing of machinery and as factory fill. As an early adopter of the new fluids, McCloskey’s two-tier endorsement includes product applications for its own machinery, as well as the approval to use HYDREX in the equipment they manufacture (OEM approval). Additionally, McCloskey will now be featuring HYDREX as part of its outgoing promotion and communication on their equipment.
The proven success of Komptech's larger X Series turners is now available in a smaller package. According to Komptech, this unit's robust frame in a pioneering new design, high performance hydraulics and a generously dimensioned drum mean high throughput in all working scenarios, especially for low to mid-size operations.
Bill Moore of Moore & Associates and Peter Engel of Kessler Consulting have announced the release of the white paper that sheds light on "real" recovery rates of municipal solid waste (MSW) in the United States. entitled "Demystifying MSW Recycling Rates".
Hillhead 2016 visitors will get a closer look at McCloskey International’s jaw crusher duo, the J40V2 and J45R, in Buxton Quarry June 28-30, 2016. The spotlight is on crushers, with a J40V2 at work in the demo area with a tracked stacker, and a J45R jaw crusher on display along with an I44 Impact Chamber.
Recent market volatility, steep global competition and green initiatives have set business and the environment at a convergence. Currently, the financial case for full product stewardship is being made worldwide. Policymakers, governments, and corporate social responsibility departments alike are encouraging the shift towards the circular economy: an economic model that encourages maximum use of materials and minimal disposal.
As part of its ongoing e-Trash Transparency Project, which installed and deployed more than 200 electronic tracking devices in old computer printers and monitors and then tracked them across the globe, the Basel Action Network (BAN) has announced that the tracker data it has received has revealed four more Washington State recyclers implicated in exporting toxic, non-functional electronic scrap equipment to locations in China in likely violation of Chinese law, recycling certification programs, and state and county policies.
Trommel screens have quickly become one of the most popular ways to process waste materials into high-quality compost, mulch and topsoil. However, a trommel screen is not limited to these markets. Owners are finding new ways to utilize these versatile sizing machines and along the way are discovering new markets.
In today’s connected world, batteries are as indispensable to our business lives as they are to our personal ones. Increasingly, companies rely on mobile technologies and battery-operated tools and equipment to conduct business. Battery power offers an invaluable convenience and efficiency, but the question often arises as to what to do with them when they reach their end-of-life.