Entries by msv2016

Waste Management in Accordance with Environmental Protection

The production of machinery, the conversion of solid waste into secondary raw materials as well as the transformation of organic waste into ecological fertilizers, and production of RDF fuel from waste residues are part of the main tasks Croatian-based company Tehnix performs. In order to obtain an overview of the company’s technology in the service […]

How the Caribbean is Tackling the Plastic Crisis

The disposal of rubbish in and around the Caribbean islands has been a cause for concern for some time now. With land at a premium, landfills are not a viable solution for managing waste, either from an ecological or financial perspective. As images emerged of a huge plastic mass floating off of the Honduran island […]

Paper Pulp Solution – Made by Tiger Depack

With “Tiger Depack HS 20 PPS – Paper Pulp Solution” the Italian company Cesaro Mac Import introduces a new machine, created to optimize the paper mill pulp cycle, into the market – Ecomondo 6-9 November, Pad A1 Stand 135 (Italy, Rimini) and MIAC 10-12 October, Booth 25B (Italy, Lucca). Paper for Recycling is a vital […]

Finnish-Danish Partnership Regarding Waste Container Sensors

Finnish company Enevo partners with Rubaek & Co to sell Enevo’s sensors and solutions in Denmark. “Rubaek works with over 8,000 customers in the Danish market and offers a tailor-made waste management solution from installation to consulting for their customers,” the company underlined. Rubaek, which belongs to the San Sac Group, will carry Enevo’s smart […]

Metso Enters the Indian Market

Finland-based technology provider Metso has signed a non-exclusive agency agreement with Seepra Recycling Group for the India market area. The agreement covers the whole of India with responsibility for the sales of Metso‘s waste recycling equipment – fine-, mobile- and pre-shredders. According to the Finnish company, strengthening the partner network allows it to establish new […]

Aluminium Cycle: Machining, Briquetting, Melting

High quality briquetting systems increase efficiency and yield. Aluminum‘s recycling cycle begins and ends in melting plants. In between, this light metal is machined in many different industrial operations of diverse branches and ideally is then pressed into a compact briquette using a briquetting system from German provider RUF. But where exactly are chips produced […]

Analyzing Shredded Scrap with Sicon’s EcoScan Online

Shredded scrap is widely common input material in the steel making process. Generally, shredded scrap is of a homogenous quality in terms of physical characteristics as well as chemical composition. Steel plants can optimize loading intervals and reduce tap-to-tap times by using shredded scrap which results in a better production performance while reducing specific energy […]

New Ash and Metal Recycling Plant in Denmark

In March this year, Danish company Meldgaard has opened its newest facility for the recycling of incineration ash and heavy metal processing in Kolding, Denmark. According to the information, the plant is the “newest of its kind in the world” and consolidates the company, which is processing more than 1.2 million tons of waste-to-energy ash […]

E-Waste: Collection and Shredding Alone Are Insufficient

Why is e-waste recyclate quality still being overlooked, and what is the answer to best practice? The recycling of e-waste is dominating the waste industry’s headlines at present, not least because updated legislation is continually coming into force. But there is more to e-waste (or WEEE) recycling progress than recovery rates alone. Marcus Brew, managing […]

Lead Recycling: Substantial Investment Is Needed

Lead has one of the highest recycling rates in the world and is also the most recycled of commonly used metals. According to the International Lead Association, the recycling rate in Europe and the USA reached 99 percent. But not so in Africa, Asia and Latin America: The Blacksmith Institute ranked the unsound recycling of […]