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Quality means money in shredding C&D and Industrial waste for RDF production

by Tana Oy  (Oct. 10, 2014)

A typical challenge in turning Construction and Demolition waste (C&D) and Industrial waste into high grade Refuse-Derived Fuel (RDF) is that elastic and stringy materials wrap around the rotor of the shredder. This causes hours of maintenance downtime weekly and has immediate effect on productivity. When using TANA Shark this has not been an ...

IBC container shredding in Manchester case study

by WEIMA Maschinenbau GmbH  (Sep. 22, 2014)

The Manchester (England)-based company Reckon Packaging Limited is a leading manufacturer of HDPE synthetic containers in the United Kingdom. A WLK 15 shredder from WEIMA was recently commissioned there. The aim was to efficiently shred and recycle IBCs that could not be reused. Industrial Bulk Containers (IBCs) are used mainly in the chemical, ...

Biogen invests in fleet of seven UNTHA food waste shredders for AD

by UNTHA UK  (Nov. 6, 2014)

Biogen has recently invested in two new UNTHA RS40 shredders, to support the company’s rapidly expanding AD operations within the UK. Interested to discover what Biogen thinks of UNTHA’s shredding technology, we got chatting to a Biogen spokesperson… What UNTHA shredding technology have you invested in to date? We currently ...

UNTHA – specialists in RDF and SRF shredding

by UNTHA shredding technology  (Mar. 9, 2012)

Prevention of waste at source is obviously the preferable scenario, but for as long as households continue to fill their bins with rubbish, for as long as companies dismiss the duty they have to reduce the waste they produce, and for as long as countries continue to burn fossil fuels for energy, nations must look at smarter ways to utilise their ...

Centralised treatment of oil sludge and other industrial waste - case study

by econ industries GmbH  (Feb. 6, 2014)

Centralised treatment of various sources of industrial waste has been established in many European countries over the last decade. Many facilities are still equipped with non state of the art technology and therefore cannot fulfil the broad field of applications with regard to industrial waste remediation, econ's international client decided to be ...

Energy from old carpets case study

by WEIMA Maschinenbau GmbH  (Sep. 22, 2014)

A leading recycler of old carpets and textiles has recently successfully commissioned a WEIMA Spider 1500 shredder in the United Kingdom. The through-put was increased 46 per cent compared with the previous shredding installation. The medium-sized family business in southern England can look back on 35 years of company history. It has always ...

Shredding Serbian soya

by Metso Denmark A/S  (Mar. 15, 2011)

In July 2010, Metso Denmark achieved an important breakthrough into a new market – in every way.   In geographical terms, it was the first sale of an M&J shredder in the Republic of Serbia. It was also the very first time a customer wanted to field M&J shredder technology in conjunction with the processing of soybeans.   ...

Shredding Industry Sees Bright Future

by Security Shredding & Storage News  (Aug. 1, 2009)

Despite the economic crisis, document destruction companies nationwide predict increased revenue growth for 2009 but many expect to see their margins decline or remain flat from the previous year, according to a recently released survey of the industry. The survey, conducted in March by Shotgun Capital Advisors, a merger and acquisition advisory ...

Shredding of highly flammable hazardous waste

by SatrindTech S.r.l.  (Mar. 27, 2009)

Satrind S.p.A. has a consolidated experience in engineering plants with nitrogen blanketing protection system for shredding of highly explosive hazardous waste in previously sealed into proper containers (such as metal or plastic drums, IBC tanks, etc.) and sludge material. During treatment of hazardous wastes, vapors or flammable gases are ...

Shred-Tech Tears Up the Industry

by Shred-Tech Corp.  (Oct. 11, 2005)

Hospitals, government institutions, banks, law firms and corporate offices—all worry about liability associated with the confidential documents they handle. Even corporate marketing plans, blueprints, and personnel and payroll records are potential powder kegs if confidential information becomes public. Not surprisingly, many entrepreneurs ...

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