A trommel (from the German word for drum, Trommel), also known as a “trommel screen,” is a screened cylinder used to separate materials by size – for example, separating the biodegradable fraction of mixed municipal waste or separating different sizes of crushed stone.
80-tph system includes Max-AI™, autonomous container line
San Jose, California – June 21, 2017 – – GreenWaste Recovery commissioned a 40-tph Mixed Waste Material Recovery Facility (MRF) in May 2007. That system was awarded SWANA’s 2008 Gold Award for Recycling Excellence. More than 10 years later, GreenWaste is ready to expand.
Waste is inevitable in any construction or development project. Whether it’s clearing and grubbing, new construction and building, improvements to infrastructure, or demolition, waste is the deliberate or indirect result of these operations. Clearing and grubbing operations produce large quantities of a homogenous waste (a.k.a. green waste).
“Imagine What’s Next,” proclaims the Association of Equipment Manufacturers of the CONEXPO/CON-AGG trade show, and Morbark® is ready to show the world what’s next! Morbark, LLC, a leading manufacturer of forestry, biomass, tree care, sawmill, and wood recycling equipment, will showcase exciting new products — as well as kick off
Recycling is not an easy thing to do, and its difficulties increase with scale. For large communities and cities, industrial scale recycling operations are required. This further requires the adoption of industrial methods utilizing specialized machinery that can extract specific materials from the wastestream with sufficient capacity to manage incoming
Thursday 16th February 2017, Dungannon, Northern Ireland – A global leader in the recycling industries and wood processing, Terex now offers its environmental equipment customers two distinct product line brands – Terex Ecotec and CBI, a Terex Brand. From one company, forestry, construction, biomass, waste, recycling and composting professionals now
By Dan Rafter
When people think of cutting-edge technology and how it is changing the way municipalities serve their residents, they probably don’t think much about the materials recovery facilities (MRFs) responsible for sorting and processing waste.
By Neal Bolton
Sure you’ve all heard this phrase before, but that’s not really the question—not if you operate a wood processing facility at your landfill. No, we’re less interested in how much wood he can chuck, and more concerned with how many times he chucks the same piece of wood.
The beneficial purposes can include recovery of recyclable materials, recovery of soils for use as daily or intermediate cover in active landfills, or recovery of land area for redevelopment. As urban sprawl has continued in many metropolitan areas, landfills—which previously were located in areas relatively distant from the population centers—are
Landfill operations require their own fleet of equipment. At minimum, a landfill would require a front end loader, a medium-sized dozer, a steel wheel trash compactor, water spray trucks, a backhoe, scrapers, road graders, and utility vehicle–like pickup trucks and tool vans.