Telematics and driver behaviour solutions provider CMS SupaTrak, will be showcasing its joined-up approach to waste management at the show in partnership with vehicle safety and security technology specialists Vision Techniques.
The two companies have been at the forefront of innovation in the waste and recycling industry through the Optimised Waste Logistics (OWL) Partnership. This provides local authorities and waste collection organisations with a fully integrated, end to end waste collection solution that works from a single web interface to improve fleet efficiency and saves on time.
Dolav will be showing its plastic pallet boxes, which are strong and made in one piece including the runners. In ‘severe abuse’ tests by, TÜV SÜD, the Dolav Ace outperformed other, apparently similar, plastic pallet boxes showing it is ‘abuse ready’ for real-world recycling tasks.
Alpha Waste Solutions will give RWM delegates an exclusive first look at its newest commercial waste management product.
Managing director Peter Vernon said: “In this industry, innovation is key. This newest addition to our portfolio will satisfy a previously unfulfilled market need for a cost-effective recycling bin that offers all the attributes of a flexible and more expensive product.”
It will also be showcasing a new compostable caddy bag, a secure console for confidential paper waste and kitchen caddies manufactured specifically for local authorities. Education will be another important theme, with a range of brightly coloured ‘Kids Zone’ products purposefully designed to make recycling fun and address waste collection and segregation in the classroom.
Visitors will get an exclusive look at the new Untha S25 compact shredder, when it is revealed in the UK for the first time. The two-shaft machine has an incredibly small footprint, making it perfect for businesses with restricted site space. It is cost-effective too, dispelling the myth that industrial waste shredders represent significant capital outlay.
Attendees can also find out more about its newly-launched lending service, Untha Finance –a range of flexible asset-based finance packages devised to make waste machinery accessible to all organisations.
A demonstration zone will allow attendees to get up close to the Untha XR energy from waste pre-shredder – but details about how are being kept under wraps until the event.
Baler manufacturer and recycling equipment engineers Middleton Engineering will re-launch its baler division under the celebrated Scapa brand at RWM 2013 in a move to differentiate this growing area of its operations from other heavy engineering projects.
Scapa balers from Middleton Engineering will continue to offer the same high quality engineering solutions to the waste recycling sector and will operate out of the company’s manufacturing centre in Somerset.
The company is also announcing an innovative remote diagnostics feature. In future Middletons will equip all new balers, as standard, with an integrated modem enabling engineering staff to check baler functions remotely; alert customers early to potential issues; assist in clearing jams and even reset system software.
Under the Scapa brand Middleton will be highlighting both its twin ram and HB60 series of balers at this year’s show, with the emphasis on baling RDF waste and the company’s new dual tying head. Middleton will be offering new customers a 15% discount for the first year on service contracts booked at the show.
Bell Equipment will highlight how its wheeled loaders, fitted with innovative QuadCool technology as standard, can help the recycling and waste management industry to “avoid a dust-up” with their environments.
The company will be showcasing two wheeled loaders – the L1506E and the L1806E.
Featuring long arms and Hi-Tip buckets, the machines are specified to work loading high-sided recycling bulkers. Both models, like all Bell wheeled loaders, also feature QuadCool, an industry-leading cooling system – unique to Bell loaders in the UK. QuadCool is proven to combat the risk of dust build-up, in order to prevent the engine from overheating, reduce downtime and significantly reduce the frequency of cleaning routines.
Avery Weigh-Tronix will be showcasing a range of weighing solutions suitable for the waste and recycling market. From tracking the amount of waste collected and monitoring inputs and outputs during materials recovery, through to extracting energy and disposing of waste, weight information is key to legislative compliance and operational efficiency.
Its weighbridges and axle weighing offer a complete vehicle weighing solution, while forklift trucks allow operators to simplify processes and access real-time information by weighing on the move. Additionally, the Sureweigh skip weighing system gives operators the option to maximise profit by charging by weight rather than volume.
UK manufacturer Meltog is exhibiting equipment from two of its recycling divisions. Following last year’s debut of the DP150 high capacity food depack-separator, the EfW /AD division is showing the smaller stable-mate, the DP50, which incorporates a range of new technologies including enhanced in-line depack features, non-hydraulic compactor nozzle and intelligent control system. Representing the company’s shredding equipment is the low to medium throughput PS15 security paper shredder. The shredding module benefits from planetary gearing that can be configured to operate with either electric or hydraulic motor units plus specially developed cutting knives for superb operational efficiency.