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UNTHA: New Cutter System for XR Waste Shredder offer low Wear and high Efficiency

Kuchl, Austria The new X-Cutter (XC) system for the UNTHA XR waste shredder, designed to achieve the next generation of performance for single-step SRF shredding or provide a direct replacement for existing high-speed shredders, can transform varied input wastes ranging from waste wood through to pulper ropes. Continue reading UNTHA: New Cutter System for XR Waste Shredder offer low Wear and high Efficiency

TOMRA wins large-scale Automated Sorting Contract by SKM Recycling

Mülheim-Kärlich, Germany — SKM Recycling (SKM), headquartered in Laverton North, Victoria, Australia, has selected TOMRA Sorting Recycling (TOMRA) to supply 40 AUTOSORT units with the latest features and new 3D laser technology for three new sorting facilities. To meet the constantly changing demands in the market, SKM is building three new plants to process over 350,000 tonnes of kerbside collected material, also called single stream, per year.

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Eriez Europe: Two additional magnetic Separators for Re-Gen Waste, UK

Caerphilly, UK — Increased demands for efficient recycling has resulted in plants such as Re-Gen Waste Ltd. based in Newry, Northern Ireland to be processing over 140,000 tonnes per year of MDR, in a 24-7 operation. To ensure Re-Gen’s continuous success, earlier in 2017 a GBP 2 million (approx. USD 2.67 million) expansion was carried out as part of a nine million pound wider investment, including the upgrade of Re-Gen’s MDR (Mixed Dry Recycling) and paper recycling lines. As part of the expansion Re-Gen required maximum ferrous and non-ferrous metal recovery from the two upgraded waste streams.

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