We’re as renowned for our people as we are our industrial shredders. And, with decades upon decades of machinery, engineering, manufacturing, waste, recycling and alternative fuel production experience, we’re keen to pass on as much expertise and advice as we can.
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In this webinar catch-up, delve behind the scenes to learn how we engineered this pre-shredder, and the key design features which means it boasts the lowest total operating costs in its class. Think multi-shift, continuous pre-shredding, application versatility, and the ability to handle severe duty materials without breaking a sweat (or your budgets!)
Did you know?
Companies have long assumed that there is no quick fix to recycling this bulky waste but turning a blind eye to this issue cannot continue. With disposal costs mounting, landfill space depleting, and fly-tipping and illegal dumping on the rise, it’s time to take action!
In this 60-minute straight-talking virtual session, Gary covered:
In true global webinar fashion, the session took place at 01:00 (BST), so we’ve enclosed the link for our UK viewers to catch-up.
Tyre Derived Fuel (TDF) is one of the most mature resources in the Energy from Waste (EfW) market, but long-standing processing challenges mean millions of tyres continue to be overlooked for their alternative fuel potential.
However, tyre shredding is no longer a dangerous, high wear or uneconomical process – quite the opposite in fact.
Engineering advancements have changed what’s possible, globally. Watch our information-packed webinar on on ‘How to produce TDF (Tyre Derived Fuel)’ in partnership with FOCUS Enviro, and discover the untapped potential in the tyre recycling landscape.
The virtual event covered:
As Gary took to the airwaves at 01:00, we have enclosed the link for UK viewers to catch up!
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