recycling plants Companies in New Hampshire

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econ industries GmbH

Hazardous and industrial waste technologies are our profession. The VacuDry units - a thermal desorption process working with high temperature and lowest vacuum - are state-of-the-art for treating mercury, hydrocarbon, PCB, solvent polluted sludge and soils. We also offer solidification units to stabilise inorganic ashes, dust and sludge as well as sterilising systems ...

Japan Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Co., LTD.

Japan Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Co., LTD. is in demand, although fluorescent lamps contain mercury,in Japan today used fluorescent light bulbs are simply disposed of in landfills because there are only a small number of recycling companies that can recycle fluorescent lamps. But the demand for fluorescent lamp recycling is expected to increase. Our company aims to make ...

O.Kay Engineering Services Ltd

O.Kay Engineering is a design and build specialist in the supply of: MRFs and waste sorting plants, RDF plants and Energy Recovery plants, AD and MBT plants for residual and organic waste, Materials handling and security shredding plants, Customised plant modifications, refurbs and upgrades.

Fiberight LLC

Fiberight LLC is a privately held company. As a leading edge clean technology company, our team focuses on transforming post-recycled municipal solid wastes and other organic feedstocks into next generation renewable biofuels, with cellulosic ethanol as the core product. Co-products from Fiberight processes also include C5 sugar based acids as well as other fiber content ...

Formeco S.R.L.

Formeco has been producing solvent recovery systems and waste water evaporators , manufacturing its production factory located in Northern Italy (4000 sq. m indoor - 10000 sq. m outdoor), installing more than 35.000 machines world-wide, Formeco holds the world-wide leadership position on this field.

Mobius Technologies

The Mobius process is designed to turn scrap polyurethane foam into an ultrafine powder. The scrap may be from manufacturing, cutting or post consumer sources. The resulting powder can then be used to displace virgin chemicals in the manufacture of new foam. The properties of the original foam are maintained, so the economics are driven by the difference between the value ...

Harris Waste Management Group, Inc.

Harris is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacture, and sale of scrap processing, recycling, waste handling, and material reduction equipment. Harris offers a complete line of shears, balers and shredders, to accommodate all of the processing needs of the waste management and materials recovery industries. Our wide range of equipment can accommodate a multitude of ...

ENVIPCO

Recycling is our industry, but Envipco’s operations extend far beyond developing the machinery involved in recovering bottles and cans. We are a hands-on, forward-thinking company that understands the importance of recycling and how to identify and capitalize on future opportunities that the global market presents. Envipco is dedicated to advancing closed loop beverage ...

Waterworks Technologies Inc.

Our core business is turnkey treatment plants and equipment. Waterworks is focused on three principal areas: Industrial water & wastewater treatment and recycling, Municipal water & wastewater facilities, Facilities operations and training. Waterworks Technologies, with its headquarters in North America and subsidiaries around the world, has supplied treatment systems ...

Zero Waste Energy, LLC.

Zero Waste Energy is a development company that designs, builds, and operates integrated solid waste facilities throughout North America. They recover material for recycling and reuse, while transforming organic waste into green energy through an innovative anaerobic digestion dry fermentation process. This proven technology is currently producing successful results in ...

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