Machinex

2121 Rue Olivier
Plessisville, QC
CA, G6L 3G9

Experience Results with Machinex Solutions

Machinex uses innovative solutions to design and produce custom-made sorting and recycling technologies for Material Recovery Facilities, Municipal Solid Waste and Construction & Demolition debris. Machinex provides you the system you need- a dependable, durable, high-performance equipment tailored to your specific requirements. Machinex also offers a full range of high quality recycling equipment such as disc screen separators, ballistic separator, optical sorters, trommels, magnets, conveyors, balers, compactors, and more.

Single-Stream Sorting System
Single-Stream Sorting System

Machinex Single-Stream Recycling Solutions are custom-engineered to maximize output based on customer specific needs, from 5 to 50 tph or more. We optimize our systems so as to insure efficiency resulting in unequalled purity.

MSW Sorting System
MSW Sorting System

With Machinex Front- End Processing equipment, recycling is maximized in any waste treatment plant.

Construction & Demolition Sorting System
Construction & Demolition Sorting System

The Machinex C&D Recycling System is made to separate comingled debris: wood, metal, cardboard, plastics, Styrofoam©, gypsum, asphalt shingles, and mixed rock.

MACH Ballistic Separator
MACH Ballistic Separator

The MACH Ballistic separator is designed for sorting 2D materials (plastic film, paper, cardboard and fibers) and 3D materials (containers, plastic bottles, cans, stone, wood, etc.). Fine particles can be collected separately with the optional variable screen openings.

Single-Ram Baler
Single-Ram Baler

Introducing the most innovative combined Pre-Press & Shear High-capacity Single-Ram Extrusion Horizontal Balers. Machinex designed and built advanced new balers that process up to 85 tons of material per hour and deliver optimal bale density.

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Keeping on top of safety in today’s MRF environment

The safety team at Rumpke, Ohio.

Material recovery facilities are a particularly challenging environment when it comes to safety. There are workers, management and visitors on the floor, on ladders, on structural catwalks and on equipment. People are constantly interacting with a range of heavy-duty moving vehicles, including wheel loaders, forklifts and other material handlers, as well as machinery designed specifically to convey, separate, bale, crush, screen, shred and grind. All of this machinery, driven by electricity, hydraulics, motors or engines has the potential to be hazardous, as do the materials being handled - including everything from refrigerators and C&D materials to used needles, batteries and aerosol cans. 

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Charleston county awards new MRF contract to MACHINEX

Ground has broken on Palmetto Commerce Parkway to build the MRF in North Charleston, South Carolina. Machinex is proud to have been chosen to provide this turnkey, single-stream system that will be in operation by late summer of 2018. With a capacity of 25 TPH, the 57,000 square-foot facility will receive more than 50,000 tons per year of recyclables from Charleston County curbside collection. For the past two years, the county has been shipping their recyclables to Horry County for processing while they have been planning for this state-of-the-art recycling center.

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Machinex partners with RDT to build Australian MRF

Plessisville, QC - In collaboration with RTD, its partner and distributor in Oceania, Machinex has supplied its first complete system in Australia that has been in operation since early summer. The contents of household recycling bins are now being processed at a new Material Recovery Facility (MRF) in Townsville, located in the North Queensland region.

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Machinex names new sales manager for western region

Machinex Technologies Inc., the USA subsidiary of Machinex Group, is proud to announce that Will Herzog has joined the company as a Sales Manager for the USA Western Region. Herzog's new role with Machinex will help to develop sorting systems solutions with customers, while providing the latest technologies on the market. He will ensure customers' satisfaction while supporting them in their future needs.

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Innovative equipment in Quebec City Materials Recycling Facility marks a new era in glass recycling

Éco Entreprises Québec (ÉEQ) has inaugurated an innovative glass processing equipment as part of the implementation of its Innovative Glass Works plan. The Quebec City Materials Recycling Facility (MRF), which is operated by Société VIA, is among the five centres to receive cutting-edge equipment to lead experimental pilot projects with the aim to find a solution for 100% of the glass collected through curbside recycling.

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Maximizing Revenue at the City of Hamilton

Machinex' Mach Hyspec optical sorter at the City of Hamilton MRF.

After completing an efficiency and effectiveness (mass balance) audit on its container line in 2014, the City of Hamilton set to work on implementing a series of upgrades to improve its capture rates and revenue earning potential. The initial audit, commissioned by Ontario's Continuous Improvement Fund (CIF) and performed by a private consulting firm, estimated that the City of Hamilton could obtain approximately $700,000 in additional revenues annually if all of the material entering the container line were correctly sorted to appropriate grades. 

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MACH Hyspec for PET helps County of Northumberland surpass recycling goals

Left to right: Karl Allen, Plant manager, and Matt Risko, Machinex Sales Representative Eastern Canada, with Northumberland's MACH Hyspec optical sorter for PET.

When public funds are spent on new recycling equipment, it’s always reassuring for the profitability and expected results to be met as quickly as possible after the investment. This is the case for the County of Northumberland in Ontario, where an August 2016 production report showed positive numbers following their 2015 investment for an optical sorting unit on their container line. The contract was entrusted to Machinex, who installed a MACH Hyspec optical sorter for PET in April 2015 at the Northumberland County single-stream facility in Grafton. This particular facility processes 15,000 tons of recycling material per year, and prior to their installation of the new optical sorter, PET was sorted manually . 

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Machinex launches new website

Machinex is proud to reveal its new website accessible at www.machinextechnologies.com. On the website’s homepage, Machinex positions itself as the Sorting Technologies Expert related to waste and recycling management. The company has more than 45 years of experience in manufacturing equipment. Because of its responsive design, the website can adapt to any type of screen: smartphones, tablets, and computers.

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Machinex designs major update to EBI’S MRF located in Joliette, Quebec

At the EBI material recovery facility located in Joliette, QC three MACH Hyspec optical sorters are part of the system. The first one cleans newspaper, the second one ejects PET and fibres, and the third one sorts HDPE as well as mixed plastics.

EBI Environnement has recently invested more than $3 million CAD in order to upgrade its material recovery facility located in Joliette, Quebec. In operation since September 12th, EBI's facility is now one of the most sophisticated and technically advanced MRFs in Quebec. This major upgrade was completed by Machinex, the Plessisville, Quebec-based specialist in machinery designed for MRFs. EBI's investment included the acquisition of state-of-the-art technologies, including a ballistic separator which can sort fibers (newspaper, paper, etc.), containers and fines, as well as a ferrous metal magnet, and an Eddy Current separator that sorts aluminum. Three MACH Hyspec optical sorters are also a part of the system. The first one cleans newspaper, the second one ejects PET and fibres, and the third one sorts HDPE as well as mixed plastics. The equipment allows EBI to mechanically sort upstream to their manual sorting line.

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