Material streams such as mattresses, e-scrap, tires, pulper ropes and ragger wire may be notoriously difficult to handle, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be recycled. Thanks to shredding technology innovations, it is now possible to unleash the many valuable resources that would otherwise remain locked inside these bulky, challenging types of ‘waste’, so that they can be recycled. This is the ultimate masterclass in shredding versatility, liberation and separation, too: • Help organizations make more money from their recycling operations • Reduce downtime, speed up plant maintenance, and boost energy efficiency • Say ‘no’ to landfill and prevent high value materials being lost from the supply chain.
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