Jersey Outing For Extec

By Lindsay Gale19 March 2008

The S-3 screens and the C-10 crusher at work on the island of Jersey

The S-3 screens and the C-10 crusher at work on the island of Jersey

The largest demolition, haulage and excavation company on the island of Jersey, A A Langlois Plant, has taken delivery of an extensive suite of Extec equipment in order to carry out the recycling of waste aggregate. This investment in new equipment is a result of the demand for recycling steadily increasing on the island to minimise waste materials going to the island's shrinking landfill sites.

A C–10 jaw crusher, along with two S–3 screens and one E–7 screen are being used to process the waste aggregate. The E–7 also allows the company to efficiently separate difficult materials such as heavy overburden, clay and sticky materials.

Langlois said that it has seen an increase in profitability since the machines were delivered as a result of the improvements in efficiency it has seen, as well as reductions in transport and purchasing costs.

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