With the help of a flagship WEIMA PowerLine single-shaft shredder, Polymer Processors in Melbourne has successfully commissioned stage one of their plant upgrade. This adds thousands of tons of plastic recycling capacity to Australia.
With a WEIMA WL 4 single-shaft shredder, a sophisticated screw system and a wood chips heating system, the German carpenter Bernd Kreutner uses the own waste wood such as roof battens, offcuts and pallets sustainably to heat the shop buildings.
WEIMA’s PUEHLER presses for removing labels from glass bottles and for recycling cans are operated at several OeTTINGER locations to dewater and compact waste materials in one process step. The challenge: huge production volumes.
Butler-MacDonald is a plastics recycling specialist which takes great pride in processing hard-to-handle plastic scrap from various sources, including post-industrial and post-consumer waste streams. The company recently commissioned its second WEIMA shredder!
Tons of process-related fine dust are produced during the recycling of paper waste. Many companies are literally sitting on a powder keg of paper particles. Enava Limited from South Wales relies on WEIMA briquetting technology to minimize the risks of an explosion while protecting the health of its employees on site.
At the AMB 2022 trade fair in Stuttgart, WEIMA will be showing basic process steps on the way to efficient recycling of metal waste.
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