Process, sort, and recover valuable products and commodities from residential, commercial, and construction and demolition (C&D) waste streams. Separate and recover materials such as paper, OCC, wood, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, rock / cement, dirt / ADC, plastics, glass, and more. All recycling equipment and systems can be custom manufactured to meet your facility's requirements, floor space, and tonnage throughput. Our recycling equipment manufacturers have a proven track record with installations located across the United States, as well as in Europe.
After the flood waters recede from a large storm like Hurricane Harvey, there will be many buildings and homes that will need to be repaired or completely demolished due to flood and wind damage. The resulting construction and demolition debris and material can be processed to separate and recover materials such as OCC, wood, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, rock / cement, dirt / ADC, plastics. Using an automated C&D Waste Recycling Plant can greatly decrease the manual labor necessary to sort through many thousands of tons of debris and waste.
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GK Customer Success Story - Florida C&D Recycling System
A commercial waste recycling system was designed to improve the recovery rate of OCC, or Old Corrugated Cardboard, at a transfer station. The owner was recovering OCC cardboard from a tipping floor processing mixed loads of commercial waste. Recovery of the OCC was a slow and dangerous process with sorters on the tipping floor.
Buying used recycling equipment might be the most cost effective solution for small recycling centers or start-up facilities. Before you start looking for used recycling equipment, make a checklist or spreadsheet of the types of equipment you need. Then, contact us and we will search our used recycling equipment inventory and tell you what is available for sale. We will arrange a site visit for you to inspect the equipment.
Magnets, such as these large tube rare earth magnets, are used inside of recycling systems that process recoverable materials like paper. This type of magnet would be installed after the paper shredding step inside of the recycling stream. The magnets catch stray nuts, bolts, staples, paper clips, and other metal objects before they reach downstream grinding equipment. They also collect fine metallic particles to ensure a metal-free, recycled paper product. Removal of the collected metals is accomplished using the EZ-clean and self-cleaning design on the magnet.
This video shows a magnetic drum that removes ferrous metal from a recycling system. These rugged types of magnetic separators have a heavy-duty manganese wear shell that protects against damage from large or sharp objects.
Vibrating screens provide consistent and accurate sizing of material for a waste wood recycling system. The waste wood will be turned into products like garden mulch, compost, biomass, or a bedding material.
This recycling system efficiently removes glass, containers, and other contaminates using a ballistic separator. The result is a much cleaner paper product, lower maintenance issues, and lower overall costs for production for a recycling pulp mill.
A U.S. recycling company required a more efficient sorting solution for the separation of construction and demolition waste. The existing C&D recycling system was inefficient and could only process around 350 cubic yards of C&D waste. This wasn’t fast enough to keep up with the incoming waste stream.
A ballistic separator was recently installed in a single stream recycling and material recovery facility located in Tallahassee, Florida. This company’s facility encompasses 40 acres and processes construction and demolition (C&D) material, as well as multi-stream and single stream waste.
A recycling company recently added a Sort 10 Multi Stream System (Sort 10 MSS) to their existing single stream sorting system. MetalTech Systems, located in Pawleys Island, South Carolina supplied screens and additional picking stations to their existing equipment, along with design, and start up assistance. The design of the mechanical separation equipment in the Sort 10 MSS allows for the processing of single stream recyclables, commercial, office, and industrial waste at a rate of 10-12 tons per hour.