Maui Jim incorporates a WEIMA briquette press to compact its optical swarf and reclaim cutting fluid. Sustainable and economic!
Sustainable. Many want to be. Very few really are. The fact is: Without shredding machines, further processing, use or disposal of residual materials becomes extremely difficult. And since there are many different types of wood waste, WEIMA is presenting no less than five machines at its nearly 100 sqm booth in Nuremberg.
More autonomy thanks to a WEIMA WLK 4 shredder: In the manufacturing of clothes hangers, the Colombian company Plásticos Ojara benefits from the advantages of internal recycling: Reduced purchase of raw materials, lower costs for intralogistics, lower disposal costs, cleaner store floor.
At IFAT 2022, the recycling specialist from Ilsfeld will be exhibiting two large shredders – the FineCut 3000 single-shaft secondary shredder and a new pre-shredder with two-shaft technology. The WEIMA M8.28 pre-shredder will be celebrating its major premiere in Munich.
Marcel Alberts has declared war on so-called Ghost Nets – left-over, floating fishing nets and ropes that pollute the world’s oceans. Using state-of-the-art technology for plastics recycling, the aim of his Dutch company Healix is to turn this linear waste into a product on site and create a circular economy. At the forefront of the process chain is a WEIMA W5.22 single-shaft shredder.
Repurposing plastic waste where it’s created can provide a new income stream for businesses while eliminating the need to ship waste materials across the ocean. Fiberon has embraced this process, proving that being attentive to the environment does not always have to be a financial burden.
Please wait while you are redirected to the right page...