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Spanish success for Firstgrade
UK fixed system supplier Firstgrade Recycling Systems has deliver its first ever waste screening system to a Spanish customer through the company’s dealer in that country, Macarsan.
Volvos at work
Wastecycle has added Volvo equipment to its fleet at its recycling centre in Colwick
Crushing & screening equipment: Mobile Mania
More and more contractors and quarry operators are seeing the advantages of mobile crushing and screening equipment. The increase in popularity also means more choice, with more active manufacturers and numerous new machines. CE reports.
Sorting out the metal
Eriez Magnetics Europe has launched what it claims is a new cost effective metal sorting solution for the recycling industry.
Crushing for construction
It is not just C&D waste processors who are seeing the advantages offered by using modern mobile crushing and screening equipment. Increasingly, these machines are being used in other construction projects to produce base and fill materials on the actual construction site.
Long lived asphalt recycling
This Grasan KR1515 primary impact crusher has been moved more than 750 times and processed 18 million tons of asphalt waste over its 13-year service life to date
Volvo for MSK Waste Management
MSK Waste Management & Recycling has taken delivery of the first Volvo C Series wheeled excavator to be fitted with a Volvo designed hydraulically extending operator’s cab
Diversifying into waste
Scottish plant hire and earthworks contractor Miller Plant, based in Aberdeen, Scotland has made a major diversification move into the construction and demolition waste processing side of the business from its yard in North Lurg.
Aughey's new UK base
Republic of Ireland based Aughey Plant International has expanded its operations into the UK with the opening of a depot at Tamworth near Manchester
Cleaning up waste
Terex Powerscreen tracked screening units, both capable of screening C&D waste materials as well as virgin aggregates, have been acquired by up and coming UK demolition contractor East Midlands Demolition, based in Little Eaton near the city of Derby. Established six years ago, the company has completed a number of prestigious contracts over these years, and with future prospects strong, felt the need to expand its recycling activities.
Reclaiming the past
Allu screen/crusher attachments have been used by US contractor AIS Construction, fitted on Kaiser S-2 walking excavators, to carry out a tricky site remediation job in the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge in California, USA.
Market demands
Maskin Mekano has developed a new range of mobile screening plants featuring an operator focused Rapid swap screen-box design.
Extec's North American premier
Extec, now part of Sandvik with fellow manufacturer Fintec, officially introduced the S-7 mobile screen to the North American market at ConExpo in March this year. The machine has been available in Europe for some time.
Recycling on screen: what comes next?
When you think crushing, it is almost automatic to follow up with screening. D&Ri reports on some of the latest additions to the screening sector and illustrates the use of this type of mobile equipment
Towerlight launches mobile dust suppression machine
Italian lighting tower manufacturer TowerLight has developed a mobile dust suppression machine called the Gladiator aimed at demolition and building operations.
Exclusively rental
Patrick Hill reports from Coventry on the UK’s Executive Hire Show, held in early February, where there were a number of important new product launches.
Metso ups Indian presence
Metso Minerals has announced that, subject to regulatory approval, it is to spend E30 million (US$47.5 million) to establish what it will call its ‘Metso Park’ multi-functional industrial facility near the city of Alwar in the state of Rajasthan, India.
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