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Morbark builds equipment that creates opportunities in the forestry, recycling, sawmill, bio-energy, and tree care markets. Morbark equipment helps customers process organic materials into valuable products.
The new Komptech Hurrifex puts a stone separator and wind sifter into a single machine. Stones, inert and light items can now be removed from a wide variety of material streams in a single work step with a high degree of separation and very economically.
Turning waste into recyclables - that’s the credo of the waste business. But sometimes it’s easier said than done. Effectiveness is often limited by inadequate technology and high costs, making the whole process uneconomical. For years, Komptech’s research focus has been on the development of work-ready machines that deploy many different separation methods to open up completely new possibilities.
Grand & Toy, an affiliate of global office products provider Office Depot, Inc.,and TerraCycle Canada has announced the launch of a new, national retailer recycling program for office products.
The program comes after a successful five month K-Cup® Pack pilot recycling partnership between Grand & Toy and TerraCycle for customers in Southern Ontario. The program will now be expanded nationally and will not only include coffee capsule recycling, but will also include recycling for office supplies and computer accessories.
Terex has introduced a new telematics system for all Terex Fuchs E- or F-Series material handlers. The satellite reporting system ties directly into the material handler’s dedicated CAN Bus system, and its 32-bit processor quickly delivers critical machine operating data, such as operating hours, fuel level and consumption, handler location, service events, and maintenance notifications, to designated personnel. By providing critical operating data, this new telematics system helps operations to increase machine operating efficiency and control costs.
The new Terex Fuchs Telematics system can be installed at the factory or in the field and can be easily retrofitted to any existing Terex Fuchs E- or F-Series material handler, if desired. System information and reporting is customizable for individuals or groups of individuals, so only data pertinent to that individual/group will be displayed. For companies with machines at multiple locations, groups of machines at a particular site can be segmented into different views to quickly access specific machine information. The system’s geofence feature offers machine theft protection by allowing the administrator to set handler operating boundaries.
AirTrim pneumatic conveying systems are an environmentally friendly alternative to open conveyers in the recycling industry.
Pneumatically transferring materials from the collection area to either staging in the baler area or directly onto the baler's conveyor belt eliminates the use of vehicles, carts, drays and other devices to transport cans and plastics. A JUMBO Venturi design maintains sufficient air flow from intake to receiver, providing high throughput for bulky, heavy, and odd sized waste products such as #10 cans, gallon milk jugs, large detergent bottles, and other cumbersome materials. Direct conveying by this induction system reduces sorting time and labor costs. The rugged, energy efficient system provides years of trouble free operation with very low operating costs, while minimal maintenance requirements further enhancing the systems ROI.
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SMS Series granulators from Herbold have been redesigned to cope with the most demanding heavy-duty size reduction applications in a single step.
These machines are manufactured with rotor widths ranging from 23 ½” to 78 ¾” and with drive capacities between 60 and 420 HP. The knife design is segmental, thus ensuring a quick and easy exchange of the cutting tools.
New for 2015, V-ECO shredders feature the latest innovations in size reduction from Vecoplan, the world leader in recycling technologies. Shredders, in the V-ECO series, feature VFD Inverter Drives, “W” Rotors Embedded with 5 Rows of Cutters, Single or Double Rows of Bed Knives, Pneumatic Assist Drop Down Screen Carriages, Hydraulic Lift-Up Cutting Chamber Floors, and Externally Adjustable Cutting Tolerances.
VFD Inverter Drives eliminate gearboxes and fluid couplings, sense tramp metal and stop automatically, match rotor speeds and torque to load volume and material tenacity.
Alaskan company Delta Industrial Services, Inc. becomes a new dealer for the full line of Liebherr earthmoving and material handling equipment.
Delta Industrial Services, Inc. was founded in 1997 by long time Alaskans that bring together ninety-five years of invaluable arctic experience to Liebherr contractors and customers involved in large scale earthworks, oil fields, mining, road construction and equipment logistics. Delta Industrial’s goal is to supply clients with the highest quality products and services while developing good relationships.
At the end of 2014, Bayne Premium Lift Systems, a division of Environmental Solutions Group (ESG), moved their manufacturing operations from Greenville, SC to the new ESG facility in Phoenix, AZ. The Bayne mobile refuse lifter product line is now being manufactured in Phoenix and the commercial and industrial lifter product line will be produced in Vernon, AL.
According to ESG, this decision was part of a larger, long term strategy to better service valued customers and grow the Bayne product and service offerings to the refuse and commercial industry. The change will diversify and leverage manufacturing capabilities in the U.S. while consolidating operations and leveraging existing Dover and Environmental Solutions Group suppliers internationally.
Through the windows of their office, Chief Executive Officer Bernard Beyne and Managing Director/CEO Rik Debaere of Galloo Recycling Group look out over their scrap terminal with satisfaction. The large, colourful mounds of scrap sit calmly next to each other. It is an unusual view from an office, but that not a cause for concern. Galloo is, after all, doing very well. No less than 15,000 to 20,000 tons of scrap passes through the terminal in Ghent every day, making it the fastest in the world. At the heart of this success story lays the Belgian company, E-Crane®.
In November 2009, the first E-Crane® was installed at Galloo Recycling Group in Ghent. The installation of this performance E-Crane® meant an immediate, rapid and enormous growth in the handling capacity of the export terminal. Thanks to this first E-Crane®, Galloo can continue to handle the ever-increasing amount of scrap effortlessly, and maintain its undisputed leadership position in the ferrous and non-ferrous metal recycling sector.
New Way Trucks® of Scranton, Iowa has been awarded a contract with the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA). The NJPA is a public, municipal contractor for government and educational agencies. Their primary purpose is to consolidate the efforts of individual vendors and agencies into a national-level cooperative. This system leverages buying power, contract opportunities and saves time and money for members.
“Many municipalities across the country build their waste management fleets with New Way Trucks®,” said Phil Allen, vice president of sales at New Way®. “By contracting with the NJPA, our industry-leading products are offered through the cooperative. We can competitively bid and offer solutions through this streamlined network, thereby broadening our reach. We will be able to more effectively demonstrate the quality, consistency and custom features of our complete line of waste management vehicles across the country and in Canada.”