The Eldan Recycling System for UBC (Used Beverage Cans) is designed for processing loose or baled aluminium cans to be used as an alternative to virgin aluminium.
Aluminium is used in many modern products like pots and pans, building materials and beverage cans. By recycling the aluminium in the UBC, up to 95% of the energy used in production can be reduced compared to production with virgin aluminium, proving aluminium recycling a profitable business!
To ensure the product is pure, the cans can be downsized with...
The crushing of cans such as, for example, paint cans, food cans, oil cans or beverage cans serves, on the one hand, for recycling the raw materials and at the same time contributes to the protection of the environment, because part of the recycled raw materials can be reused, but also, on the other hand, for the volume reduction.
Aluminium items are eminently suited to recycle. Did you know that aluminium can be recycled infinitely without losing quality? Recycling aluminium beverage cans saves 95% of the energy used making an aluminium can, compared to making it from raw bauxite. The energy saved from recycling one aluminium Coca Cola can will run a TV for three hours. If not recycled, it takes 80-100 years for an aluminium can to break down in a landfill.
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Non-Ferrous Metal Recycling is a large industry focusing on the recovery of metals such as aluminum, brass, copper, and even precious metals from electronic scrap. The applications and needs of non ferrous metal recyclers vary greatly. These can include a large corporate recycler buying UBC bales for shredding to be converted back into beverage cans or a small recycler who is recovering precious metals from circuit boards or catalytic converters.