non-ferrous metal recycling plant News

  • Non-ferrous separator for recycled wood

    The recently initiated project cooperation between Goudsmit Magnetic Systems B.V. in Waalre and Van Bemmel Machine Import B.V. in IJsselstein with Hector van Moer in Melsele/Beveren in Belgium, ensures that all non-ferrous metals located in the wood chips are completely removed from the processed B-wood fraction. It involves mainly shredded aluminium components but also non-ferrous metals such as ...

  • Wendt Corporation Announces Installation of Upgraded Non-Ferrous System at Recycle WV

    Wendt Corporation announced the installation of an upgraded non ferrous system at Recycle WV. This upgrade is a result of Recycle WV’s goal to expand their plant and help maximize the value of the products they are already producing, as well as create new products from their automobile shredder residue (ASR). Recycle WV is a scrap processing company located in ...


    By WENDT CORPORATION

  • Increasingly stricter quality requirements for suppliers - non-ferrous separator for recycled wood

    The recently initiated project cooperation between Goudsmit Magnetic Systems B.V. in Waalre and Van Bemmel Machine Import B.V. in IJsselstein with Hector van Moer in Melsele/Beveren in Belgium, ensures that all non-ferrous metals located in the wood chips are completely removed from the processed B-wood fraction.  It involves mainly shredded aluminium components but also non-ferrous metals ...


    By Goudsmit Magnetic Systems BV

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    Eldan Recycling Facing Brexit

    Enquiries show that there is still demand from customers who want to enter the recycling industry. “The past 12 months we have secured a steady quantity of orders” says Peter Jones UK Branch Manager at Eldan Recycling. “Ranging from a complete shredder system to recover non-ferrous metals from redundant electric meters to recovering valuable copper from harness wire in engine ...


    By Eldan Recycling A/S

  • Mining metals from heat-treated landfill proven to be economically viable

    Mining metals from landfill sites can be economically viable, a recent project in the US has demonstrated. Approximately 34 352 tonnes of metals, conservatively valued at US$7.42 million (€6.67 million) were recovered from the 8 hectare ashfill site, according to researchers who analysed the project. Across the world, mountains of municipal solid waste (MSW) are produced — and ...

  • Guidetti srl, Leader in the Recycling World, Doors Open Days!

    Guidetti srl, leader in the recycling world, opens its doors for two days (November 4th and 5th ) just before Ecomondo Show (that will take place November 6th to 9th in Rimini), to show to everybody the whole range of recycling machines (new and old). We would like to underline that the new EKO range of machines, more compact but with the same performance of older models, designed as the answer ...


    By Guidetti Recycling Systems

  • Obtain 100% valorized material and 0% for landfill from your recycled waste

    The customer, recycling municipal waste, before installing Sortech recycling plant, was paying 100 Eur/t for screened matrials deposing into the landfill. Once the customer installed Sortech engineered plant, he successfully obtained purely separated, thus valuable material: lightweight – paper, foils, light plastic (known as RDF) heavyweight ...


    By Sortech S.r.l.s.

  • WENDT Corporation Announces the Commissioning of a Model M6090 Shredder at Triple M Metal

    WENDT Corporation has announced the commissioning of a Model M6090 shredder at Triple M Metal LP in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. The WENDT Model M6090 was commissioned on May 9 and represents the first shredder installation for this site. ...


    By WENDT CORPORATION

  • BHS-Sonthofen: Cost-effective recycling – even for small quantities of scrap

    BHS-Sonthofen developed the new, very compact, modular Eco-Impact recycling system especially for throughputs of up to 2 t/h and for use at different locations. It crushes electrical and electronic equipment that is no longer used and has its own complete manual sorting line as well as an automatic separation system for ferrous and non-ferrous metals. This means that the system is ideal for ...


    By BHS-Sonthofen GmbH

  • Aluminium and copper balls made of highly sensitive data

    Today, these data are recorded digitally on computers, hard drives, digital recordings, floppy disks, USB flash drives, etc. When they have been used, they are often just thrown away. However the sensitive data that may be located on it could be reproduced at any time again. Only the destruction of the storage media can prevent this. Erdwich has developed a machine technology that simultaneously ...

  • Real pioneering work in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Although the recycling economy in Bosnia and Herzegovina is still in its infancy, a company from the city of Srebrenik has now taken the initiative: the first recycling plant in the country in accordance with modern standards has gone into operation. Oil Metal is putting their trust in MeWa as a technology partner. For several weeks now, the material has been steadily piling up on the premises ...


    By ANDRITZ MeWa - ANDRITZ Group

  • WasteTech-2015

    Welcome to the 9th edition of WasteTech -  International Trade Fair for Waste Management, Recycling, Environmental Technologies and Renewable Energy! WasteTech is the leading marketing event for the environmental industry in Russia, CIS and Baltic states. Since 2011 WasteTech has become approved event of the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry WasteTech-2013 key ...


    By Reed Exhibitions Russia

  • Questions and answers on EU Mercury Policy

    What is mercury? Mercury is familiar to many as a silver-coloured liquid which expands and contracts in a thermometer to show the temperature. It is also known as “quicksilver” or "hydrargyrum" (i.e. liquid silver) and is represented by the symbol Hg. Mercury is the only metal that is liquid at ambient room temperature. It is a chemical element and therefore indestructible. ...

  • Exhibition Preview for the IFAT 2018 (14 to 18 May in Munich)

    Due to rising raw material prices, the fullest possible recycling of metals is becoming increasingly important.For example, non-ferrous metals are pelleted for reprocessing before they are further processed. However, many shredders have so far only been designed for very high throughput volumes and require a correspondingly large amount of space - but most of the companies just do not have the ...

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