Plant & Equipment
Unisan showed its CaféCrush waste collection system, which it claims reduces volume by up to 90% to save time and labour in bin emptying, as well as associated handling and transport.
B&M Waste Services has unveiled the Waste Station, designed to improve the efficiency and cost of food waste recycling.
Dennis Eagle’s RWM stand featured its Olympus Mini along with the narrow Olympus Twin Pack, which was developed in response to increased demand for more flexible recycling solutions.
Stadler Engineering, technology partner at this year’s RWM, used the show to argue that fully automated MRFs are a feasible goal for the not too distant future.
Impact Air Systems’ showcased its Fines Classification System at RWM with demonstrations of a number of materials being processed and separated.
Gloucestershire-based remanufacturing and used refuse vehicle expert Refuse Vehicle Solutions (RVS) launched its RediTruck service, which enables waste management operators to buy a new commercial specification vehicle from stock without having to wait for a manufacturer’s lead time.
A new breed of binlift, designed for municipal and commercial waste vehicles, was launched at RWM through a strategic partnership between Moba and Logic Fleet Management (LFM).
Glastonbury-based Middleton Engineering introduced upgrades across its range of horizontal balers, featuring extended remote diagnostics to improve serviceability and long-term performance for councils and waste operators.
Tetronics International’s plasma arc technology has gone live at precious metal recycler Duesmann & Hensel (D&H) Recycling’s plant near Frankfurt, Germany.
OnePlastics Group has invested a seven-figure sum to acquire two injection moulding machines for subsidiary Straight, which manufactures wheeled bins and recycling containers.