New exciting tyre recyling project in Papua New Guinea

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Source: Eldan Recycling A/S

Eldan Recycling continues to grow on every market worldwide. One of the most interesting projects is the delivery of a new complete tyre plant in Papua New Guinea. This recycling plant is designed to process all kinds of tyres including truck tyres and huge mining tyres that can have a size bigger than 4 meters and a weight over several tons each. The system will produce 0-4 mm rubber granulate (99.9 per cent free of textile and steel) at approx. 4 tons per production hour.

“This is a really an exciting project. Papua New Guinea is not a big market, but nevertheless they need durable recycling equipment. We are very proud to have been chosen for this project that shows our capacity to meet customer requirements on all continents”, says Dr. Toni Reftman, Managing Director at Eldan Recycling.

Eldan Recycling’s installation team is now in the process of installing this production line on site in Papua New Guinea. The recycling equipment consists of several recycling machines manufactured at Eldan Recycling’s production facility in Denmark. The customer aims to start full-scale production during 2013.

Eldan Recycling A/S
Since 1956 Eldan Recycling has been a leader in the on-going technical development of machinery and methods of making the recycling of for example tyres, cables and WEEE an efficient and profitable business. Eldan Recycling delivers both turnkey systems as well as single machines. The track record proves more than 730 plants and 7,100 single machines delivered all over the world. Eldan Recycling is one of the few companies - delivering equipment to the recycling industry - which has its own production facilities. This enables the information to be communicated quickly and accurately between the different departments, thereby ensuring the quality of the product and the flexibility of the production program. Eldan Recycling offers a complete package of services ranging from design and fabrication to delivery, installation and after-sales service.

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