This construction and demolition recycling system maximizes separation efficiency and volume, while reducing manual sorting requirements and maintenance.
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New recycling equipment was installed at a materials recovery facility, or MRF, owned by Tulsa Recycling and Transfer of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Prior to installation, the customer was manually sorting 10-12 bales of old corrugated cardboard, or OCC, per day. The new recycling equipment was designed to recover more of the old corrugated cardboard, but also recover plastics, metals, paper print, wood, and non-ferrous metals at higher rates.
Category | Magnetic Separation |
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