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CP Manufacturing has been the World Leader in Separation Technology for nearly 4 decades. We have been designing and building systems and equipment for the recycling and waste industries since 1977.

Single Stream Systems Increase Efficiency

Single Stream Systems Increase Efficiency

The solid waste department of Mecklenburg County in North Carolina converted to single stream, as did the surrounding towns with which the county has interlocal agreements. “Those towns feed us their recyclables and then we also negotiate solid waste fees at the local landfill,” says Geoff Burdick, project manager for

Sorting Systems

Sorting Systems

The presence of paper—particularly newsprint—has receded in the wastestream, while there’s been an uptick in plastic. “Even an increase in small cardboard is noticeable, as consumers are increasingly ordering online and have goods shipped to their house,” adds Rutger Zweers, sales director for Stadler America. Essentially, material composition strongly changes

IMS Group Rebrands As CP Global

SAN DIEGO, CA (Sept. 9, 2014) – CP Global, the umbrella brand for CP Group (CP Manufacturing, Krause Manufacturing, MSS, and Advanced MRF), IMS Electronics, IMS Recycling, and Handy Metal Mart, is proud to announce the debut of its new name and logo. Formerly known as IMS Group, CP Global

CP Manufacturing

CP Manufacturing

The CP Group, based in San Diego, CA, is reintroducing the McMRF. The McMRF is designed to handle, process, and separate single-stream materials at approximately 10 TPH. The CP Group has owned the trademark on the McMRF for years and inherited the name when CP Manufacturing bought out Count Recycling

Staying Ahead of MRF Tech

Staying Ahead of MRF Tech

Today’s material recovering facility is a multimillion-dollar marvel of technology and automation. With its variety of screens, rollers, wheels, magnets, eddy-current separators, sorters, compactors, and balers, automation has replaced most of the human labor in all but one critical area: maintenance. And as capacity rates of 25 tons per hour

MRF-O-Rama

MRF-O-Rama

MRFs will most likely continue to change, grow, and take advantage of exciting new technology in addition to being quite tuned in to product and economic shifts as the tide of materials thrown away rises and falls. Some MRFs related that the tonnages of materials being processed at their facilities

De-mingling the Mix

According to the most recent data available on the collection and recycling of plastics in the US, all indicators point to an increase in recovery. Municipal collection programs are growing, and as they do, communities are increasingly moving to commingled curbside collection. Increased efficiency and accuracy in separation is needed

The Front-End MRF

MRFs may be high- or low-technology facilities, depending on the sophistication of plant and equipment employed and the numbers of staff working in the operation. Fortunately, those diverse entities, not to mention the difficulties encountered in their operation, can be made much more efficient as well as safer and cleaner

Fitting Your Transfer Station or MRF to the Task

“The right tool for the right job” is an age-old saying, and one that is obviously wise. Nobody saws wood with a screwdriver or pounds nails with a tape measure. Every project, operation or task has to meet this standard or risk delays, budget overruns, or loss of potential profits.

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