Eco Green Equipment

425 North 400 West, Building #4A
North Salt Lake, UT
US, 84054

Company Description:

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, based ECO Green Equipment is an global leader 
in design and engineering of turn-key, cost-effective tire recycling systems and integrated shredding equipment.

The company’s full line of modular-designed tire recycling systems are engineered to deliver optimum production efficiencies for a wide variety of rubber aftermarkets, such as TDS (Tire Derived Shreds), wire-free chips, rubber mulch, crumb rubber and rubber powder.

Individually designed plants include TDS plants for production up to 30 tons per hour. Wire-Free Chip/Mulch systems with a production rate of up to 12 tons per hour. Several Crumb Rubber systems with capacities of up to 4 tons per hour. Rubber Powder systems for fine milling are also available.

Individual ECO equipment includes single and two-shaft primary shredders, secondary shredders, granulators, and the patented ECO KRUMBUSTER® fine grinding mill, in addition to parts. The company has tire recycling systems in operation all over the world. Each system is specifically designed and engineered to meet the standards and specifications of customer and location.

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ECO Grater Series Secondary Tire Shredder

Electric powered single-shaft secondary shredder for tire processing and steel liberation applications.

ECO Krumbuster® Fine Grinding Mill

Patented hydraulic fine grinding mill, which produces commercial quantities of fine rubber powder output.

ECO Monster Series Single-shaft Tire Shredder

Hydraulic powered single-shaft primary shredder for tire and general waste reduction applications.

ECO Crumbler Series Granulator

Electric powered Granulator unit producing high quality, uniform crumb rubber from tires.

ECO Green Giant Series Two-shaft Tire Shredder

Electric powered two-shaft primary shredder for tires and size reduction applications.

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New ECO Green Giant Tire Shredder System installed in Saudi Arabia

Uday Gautam, Manager of NRC (centre) and his team with their new ECO Green Giant two-shaft primary tire shredder system, along with ECO Green service technicians Ben Rogers (third from left) and Jarom Groat (far right).

ECO Green Equipment, USA, recently announced the company's latest tire recycling equipment installation in Saudi Arabia—the ECO Green Giant, two-shaft primary tire shredder system. This installation went to NRC (Northern Region Cement Co.). NRC’s team was looking for an efficient TDF/Tire Shred System for processing their vast whole tire landfill.

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ECO Green Equipment announces installation of ECO Krumbuster Crumb Rubber System in Hungary

ECO Krumbuster Hydraulic Mill and expanded crumb/rubber powder system.

ECO Green Equipment, USA, recently announced their latest international tire recycling equipment installation -- in Hungary. The ECO Krumbuster Hydraulic Mill and expanded crumb/rubber powder system went to Hungarojet Kft in Budapest. Hungarojet’s team was looking for an efficient crumb rubber system for processing their tire-derived materials.

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ECO Grater secondary electric shredder ideal for processing primary shreds into wire-free rubber chips and mulch

The ECO Grater is the latest technology is ideal for processing primary shreds smaller than 150 mm (6” inches).

ECO Green Equipment recently announced the latest addition to their recycling equipment lineup—the ECO Grater. The ECO Grater is a secondary electric shredder ideal for processing primary shreds smaller than 150 mm (6” inches) into wire-free rubber chips/mulch for secondary uses. The ECO Grater provides aggressive shredding capabilities to processors who demand the best efficiencies and low maintenance. The unit churns through primary tire shreds outputting uniform rubber chips/mulch down to 16 mm (0.625” inches) in size. Operators can now enjoy increased volume production of tire shredding plus a high proportion of output—up to 12 tons per hour.

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