How others have improved profitability and reduced risks?
Recycling green waste, wood, tires, hazardous waste, electronic waste (WEEE), glass, or other waste types is more profitable, if the waste is processed and materials screened and sorted efficiently.
Shredding bulky materials can multiply the production capacity.
Reducing the size of the waste accelerates sorting and screening.
Smaller, homogenous grain size reduces transportation costs.
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Profitable processing of green waste, wood, electronics and other waste types
The efficiency of waste recycling can be improved by carefully designing the whole materials recovery process.
Every type of waste requires its own approach, and often even small adjustments can lead to substantial improvements in in the big picture – better throughput, less downtime, lower maintenance costs, and more profit with lower risk.
Recycling green waste, wood, tires, hazardous waste, electronic waste (WEEE), glass, or other waste types tends to be more profitable if the waste material is processed, screened and sorted efficiently.
By pre-shredding and fine shredding, it is possible to increase the efficiency – and at the same time the profitability – of the recycling process.
When the waste is reduced to the right grain size, it is faster to screen, sort and transport, as well as utilize in the subsequent application.
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