Tag: screener

A movable device, especially a framed construction such as a room divider or a decorative panel, designed to divide, conceal, or protect.

City of Kissimmee Adds ALLU Bucket to Maintenance Fleet

City of Kissimmee Adds ALLU Bucket to Maintenance Fleet

TETERBORO, NEW JERSEY – The City of Kissimmee, Florida, recently took delivery of an ALLU Transformer™ Screener Crusher bucket attachment with Top Screen, by Teterboro, New Jersey-based ALLU Group. Kissimmee’s Public Works department will use the attachment with its hybrid loader to screen rocks and trash out of dirt –

Modern Millstones—Material Reduction

Modern Millstones—Material Reduction

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).

ALLU Marks Growth in Product Development, International Presence

ALLU Marks Growth in Product Development, International Presence

Strong Growth in Chinese Market

According to the Chinese horoscope, year 2016 was the year of a monkey; for ALLU it has been the year of the Customer. As China has increasingly promoted a more responsible and sustainable environmental policy, ALLU has taken a well-earned role in the market supporting these

Demolition Attachments for Increased Profitability

Demolition Attachments for Increased Profitability

In Part 1 of this series on excavator attachments for demolition, author Ed Ritchie explores how grading and excavation contractors can increase revenue by offering demolition services. In this article, we continue our look at demolition attachments offered by other construction equipment manufacturers.

Gehl is another earthmoving manufacturer that offers a full line of demolition attachments.

Composting Renaissance

Composting Renaissance

Shannon Leavitt says he can’t produce enough compost to satisfy all of the customers who ask for it.
For 18 years, Leavitt has owned the Natural Fertilizer Co. in Wildorado, TX, which he says was started by Fletcher Sims, “the father of mass-production composting,” in the late 1960s.
Annually, the Natural Fertilizer

The Promise of MRF Technology

The Promise of MRF Technology

When I was a kid watching the Apollo moon landings on our old black-and-white television, I was sure we would be vacationing on Mars by now, having all our work done by friendly robots, getting our meals in pill form, and traveling in our flying cars and personal jet packs.

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