Mobile shear

The Raz-R Mobile Shear from NexGen Baling Systems is an 81,000-pound mammoth available in six models with a cutting force range of 600-1,800 tons. There are no electrical requirements and no foundation or operator is needed.

The NexGen Raz-R is designed to be a truly mobile cutting giant with very little maintenance cost. The sturdy design is built to last while creating an extremely high cutting-force-to-actual-equipment-weight ratio.

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E-Crane International USA Announces Appointment of New CEO

Lieven Bauwens (Chairman, ECI-USA), Steven M. Osborne (CEO, ECI-USA), Mark W. Osborne (President, ECI-USA), Stephen G. Suter (Service Manager, ECI-USA)
Lieven Bauwens (Chairman, ECI-USA), Steven M. Osborne (CEO, ECI-USA), Mark W. Osborne (President, ECI-USA), Stephen G. Suter (Service Manager, ECI-USA)

E-Crane International USA (ECI-USA), has announced that the Board of Directors has unanimously elected Steven M. Osborne as Chief Executive Officer effective June 24th, 2015. Steven Osborne succeeds his father and ECI-USA’s current President and CEO Mark W. Osborne who has been successfully leading the company since it was founded in 1999. Mark Osborne will continue to serve the company as a member of the management team responsible for sales & marketing.

The Board of Directors is delighted that Steven will lead ECI-USA in these exciting times towards an even more bright future.” said Lieven Bauwens, Chairman of the Board of Directors. “Steven has a thorough understanding of the needs of our customers and a clear vision on how to grow our business in the Americas. I know he will accomplish his goals in close cooperation with both the management team and all ECI-USA employees. I have no doubt that he is the right person to take the helm at ECI-USA. ”

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Bird Construction Inc. Announces that it is Co-lead of a Consortium that has Executed a Contract to Design, Build, Finance and Operate a Composting Facility for the City of Calgary

Bird Construction Inc. has announced that it is part of the Chinook Resource Management Group consortium that has executed a contract to design, build, finance and operate a composting facility for The City of Calgary. Bird Capital has a 50% interest in the concession responsible, under a direct contract with The City, for the design, build, financing and operation of the facility. The design and construction will be performed by Nason Contracting Group (a wholly owned subsidiary of Bird Construction lnc.) in a 50% joint venture with Maple Reinders Inc. On May 22, 2015 Bird announced that it was part of the consortium selected as the preferred proponent for the project. Since that announcement, the consortium has achieved financial close.

The facility will process 100,000 wet tonnes per year of source-separated organics (both food and yard material) as well as approximately 45,500 wet tonnes per year of biosolids. Elements of the project will achieve LEED gold certification. In addition, the indoor composting facility will be the largest of its kind in Canada. Construction of the facility will be completed in mid-2017.

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CEMCO Presented New Glass Processing Plant at WasteExpo 2015

CEMCO’S Glass Processing Plant processes approximately 3,500 - 4,000 pounds per hour and is ideal for recycling glass for business districts, large casinos and municipalities.
CEMCO’S Glass Processing Plant processes approximately 3,500 - 4,000 pounds per hour and is ideal for recycling glass for business districts, large casinos and municipalities.

CEMCO, Inc. provides efficient recycling equipment that quickly transforms waste glass into a 100-percent recyclable, cullet or soft-edged, sand byproduct. Its new Glass Processing Plant processes approximately 3,500 - 4,000 pounds per hour and is ideal for recycling glass for business districts, large casinos and municipalities.

The Glass Processing Plant transforms glass into rounded, 3/8-inch sand that is safe to the touch. Additionally, the machine’s hopper and conveyor provide efficiency and ease of use to the operator. The crusher is powered by a 10-horsepower, NEMA Class C TEFC electric motor and features strategically located trapdoors to prevent flying glass debris from exiting the machine, which further enhances operator safety.

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Recycling Industry Stands-Down for Safety

As part of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) Safety Stand-Down Day, recyclers across the country will demonstrate their commitment to safety as a core value. Companies will shut down operations for at least one hour on every shift to engage in safety awareness training. The training can take any form, from employee training to a management walk-around, or any other effective safety training method.

“Last year we created an industry-wide Safety Stand-Down Day to address growing concern over workplace fatalities and injuries,” said Robin Wiener, president of ISRI. “Since that time last October, we have made great strides, but every time a worker does not come home to his or her family it is one time too many. That is why this year we focused on the theme, ‘Be Safe to Be There.’ We want every worker to be safe so they are there for family holidays, birthdays, fishing trips, graduations, just relaxing in front of the television, or any other activity. By focusing on safety as a core value, we encourage safe practices in the workplace.”

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Progressive Waste Solutions Ltd. Launches New Automated Waste Collection Service In Chatham-Kent

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Progressive Waste Solutions Ltd. has announced the official launch of its new automated waste collection service in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent.

“We are committed to providing the safest, most environmentally responsible and efficient waste collection services for our municipal customers across North America,” said George South, Area Manager (Ontario) for Progressive Waste. “The new automated waste collection service will provide added convenience for residents, minimize litter on local streets and reduce safety risks posed to both drivers and residents by distracted drivers near the waste collection process.”

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Vermeer Customers Get Sneak Peek At New Innovations During 2015 Customer Conference

Vermeer welcomed 300 customers and dealers from across the country to Pella, Iowa, for its annual Customer Conference. During the two-day customer appreciation event, Vermeer invited contractors from the forestry, tree care, recycling, pipeline and underground utility markets to tour corporate headquarters for a firsthand look at how the equipment that supports their businesses is designed and manufactured.

The VIP event included previews of the latest product innovations from Vermeer, plant tours, product demos, as well as the opportunity to network with Vermeer leadership. Customers learned about the history of the third generation family-owned company from Jason Andringa, who will assume the role of president and chief executive officer on Nov. 1. Andringa shared his vision for the future of Vermeer and thanked the customers in attendance for being part of the company’s success.

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North Elba, NY to Begin Municipal Anaerobic Digester Project for Food Waste Diversion with BIOFerm Energy Systems/Viessmann Group

The Town of North Elba, New York has selected BIOFerm Energy Systems/Viessmann Group as the anaerobic digester technology provider for a community organic diversion project expected to begin this year. The small-scale biodigester, designed for source-separated municipal food and organic wastes at a regional level, will be the very first of its kind in the United States, according to the champion of the project, Tammy Morgan, a science teacher at Lake Placid Middle-High School.

An estimated 900 tons of organic waste from nearby residences, restaurants and grocery stores are currently sent to area landfills in North Elba each year. Once the BIOFerm technology is installed, this same waste will instead be diverted to the town’s biodigester, slashing greenhouse gas emissions associated with the region’s organic waste and creating green energy.

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Terex Further Expands Environmental Equipment Business

Terex Materials Processing has acquired the assets related to the Environmental Technology product lines of Neuson Ecotec GmbH (an Austrian company). This acquisition marks further expansion of the Terex Environmental Equipment business unit, closely following the purchase of the assets of Continental Biomass Industries in April. The acquisition of the Neuson Ecotec Environmental Technology products will add chipping, shredding, screening, and composting products that will accelerate development of a global dealer network while adding a facility in Linz, Austria that can support production requirements in continental Europe. Terex is not acquiring the Forestry division of Neuson Ecotec GmbH, which will transition to Neuson Forest after closing.

The Neuson Ecotec products that Terex is acquiring will now be part of a global portfolio of distribution-oriented products that will soon be rebranded as Terex Ecotec. 

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Torxx Kinetic Pulverizer Limited Joins Forces With Marathon Equipment Company

Torxx Kinetic Pulverizer Limited (TKPL) has announced it has entered into a manufacturing and distribution partnership with Marathon Equipment Company, a subsidiary of Environmental Solutions Group (ESG). The partnership underscores the shared values and vision of both companies – to become the undisputed global leaders in the waste management equipment market.

TKPL is the manufacturer of the Torxx Kinetic Pulverizer (KP), a robust, powerful system capable of destroying the most demanding of waste materials. In fractions of a second, large volumes of waste and other materials are deconstructed into a fine homogeneous fluff or shattered into small predefined particle sizes, depending on the feedstock. “The KP has a waste reduction process unlike any of our competitors,”states Richard Stevens, EVP Business Development for TKPL. “All other waste processors –mainly chippers, cutters, grinders, shredders and hammer mills –break down waste for compaction or further processing with a direct contact cutting and shearing action,”Stevens explains. “Our KP creates numerous high-velocity tornadoes within the mill using advanced aerodynamic principles. The result is that billions of collisions take place at velocities approaching the speed of sound, causing rapid and violent self-attrition into small high surface area particles –ideal for subsequent conversion to energy or dense compaction into the smallest possible volume.”

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