Model 50,25,12 TPH - Single Stream Recycling Systems
One of the biggest issues with collecting recyclables is that they must be sorted. This drives up collection costs and is one of the main reasons many people do not recycle. It’s simply too time-consuming to separate news print, cardboard, office paper, tin, aluminum, glass, and plastic into individual containers. In order to eliminate the need to sort recyclables before they are collected, Green Machine® has created the most efficient method of recycling: Single Stream Recycling.
The patent-pending Artificial Intelligent Hyper Spectral imaging system created by Green Machine® is unparalleled in the area of mixed recyclables. The company’s dedication to building the recycling industry’s most durable and efficient equipment for the lowest upfront capital expense can be seen once again in the single stream recycling technology developed for mixed recyclables recycling.
Green Machine’s® patent pending processing systems utilize state of the art technology which automatically separate fiber materials from container streams and then further separates those commodities reaching the world’s highest paying commodity markets.
Additionally many Green Machine® single stream recycle system designs are capable of simultaneously process mixed commercial and industrial dry waste.
Our Innovative design technologies offer both low cost and highly automated recycling solutions that enable cost effective efficient dual- stream recycling conversions.Removing The Need For This To Be Done Manually
Green Machine’s single stream recycling system uses state of the art technology to automatically separate the recyclables, removing the need for this to be done manually. Recyclables are first placed into large metering bins that hold huge amount of items. They are fed into a presort line that removes all of the plastic bags via a system of pneumatic collection tubes. Large ridged plastic items and other large pieces that cannot pass through the single stream recycling equipment are also removed.
What makes the single stream recycle system so effective is that it makes use of a number of different methods to sort materials. Magnets, optical container sorters aluminum eddy current systems, and ballistic air separators are all utilized to quickly separate the various recyclables. Once sorted and cleaned, similar recyclables are baled into compacted cubes or placed into shipping containers to be shipped to domestic or overseas markets.