Many waste materials require tailored, task-specific recycling processes. Furthermore, many waste operators require a machine that can be used to pre-shred material, for secondary shredding, for small particle size shredding in one pass and for in-line systems.
Bailing material efficiently and at maximum capacity is a priority for many facilities dealing with large amounts of recyclable products. And with container refund schemes (CRS) being rolled out across most states in Australia, millions of containers are being collected for reuse and recycling – increasing the need for good processes.
Waste levies continue to rise throughout Australia as governments and councils are working to reduce waste to landfill and increase recycling rates.
In the EU, waste is known as white gold, yet in Australia and many other developed countries, too much waste still gets tipped into landfill, despite having the potential to do so much more.
The first UNTHA XR shredder is now operational in Melbourne following a 15,000km journey from Austria.
When working with heavy machinery being able to rely on the equipment working efficiently, effectively and without breakdowns is key.
In the north of England, an existing power plant was expanded to include a second waste incineration plant for household and industrial waste.
The TANA E320 eco-model is a purpose-built waste landfill compactor, which according to TANA, is the result of long-term product development and proven solutions which bring benefits to the user.