Turn waste into a valuable resource.Household waste contains various valuable materials for recycling. A large proportion of the components can be sorted, sold or used again – for example in sustainable energy production.
Commercial and Industrial Waste
Maximise the recovery of useful materials.Commercial and Industrial (C&I) waste is an important source of raw materials for producing solid waste fuels such as residue-derived fuel (RDF) and solid recovered fuel (SRF). A far more environmentally friendly alternative to fossil fuels.
Plastic Processing and Bag Opening
Accelerate screening and sorting through efficient size reduction.Plastic compounds and plastic bags cause difficulties in many recycling processes. Plastic is often durable and stretchy, and its size and type varies from packages to film and covers.
Paper and Cardboard
Improve sorting efficiency and energy generation.Paper and cardboard are typically separated from one another early in the recycling process, after which they continue their individual journeys. Efficient pre-shredding makes it much easier to screen and separate the two from each other.
Other Waste TypesRecycling green waste, wood, tyres, hazardous waste, electronic waste (WEEE), glass or other waste types is far more profitable if the waste is processed and the materials screened and sorted efficiently.
The recycling process - benefits
• The reason for recycling is important for a number of reasons. One of the most obvious reasons lies in reducing the amount of natural resources that are consumed for every new product. Since recycling conserves energy the process produces a smaller carbon footprint, thereby helping the environment.
• The recycling process also prevents water as well as air pollution while preventing the build-up of rubbish accompanied by the proliferation of landfill sites. Since materials are brought to a recycling facility they do not wind up in areas that do not have a place for them.
• Furthermore, if the recycling procedure is perfectly efficient it would be possible to convert all old waste products into similar amounts of new products.