Anaconda trommel solutiion for Kirkby Skips

By Lindsay Gale25 September 2013

The TD516 at work at a Kirkby site

The TD516 at work at a Kirkby site

Kirkby Skips Ltd, one of the largest waste recycling companies in the Liverpool, Merseyside and surrounding areas in the UK, recently acquired an Anaconda TD516 trommel. It has been using the machine to produce high volumes of processed waste material in applications such as skip waste fines, shredded waste, soil remediation, composting and wood chip. Anaconda offers the TD516 with a wide range of drum designs and screen sizes.

Dannay Morgan, from dealer Anaconda UK, said: "The TD516 is ideal for an operation such as that run by Kirkby Skips. The waste segregation provided not only helps the environment by raising recycling levels, but also saves money by reducing landfill taxes. The TD516 is a value for money screen that can operate in confined spaces yet process material at a rate of up to 150 tph. The TD516 has been a solid investment for Kirkby Skips and is being used to recycle everything from C&D waste to top soil.”

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