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Recycling & Waste World brings you the latest product updates from market leading suppliers and news from specialist service providers. Technology areas covered in RWW’s Products section include: waste and materials handling; air, dust & pollution control; bins and containers; conveyors; balers; crushers; special vehicles; separators; washing and weighing equipment; and much more.


Ecogen opts for new LP 65 VH K2 Presona baler

Hampshire-based recycling specialist, Ecogen, has expanded its operations with the purchase of a Presona LP 65 VH K2 cross tie baler. The purpose of this choice, according to Ecogen, was to increase material processing speeds and bale density.


Refuse trucks run on rainwater

Clean Power Solutions (CPSL-Group) have developed a way to reduce vehicle emissions to zero and to run the refuse trucks on rainwater. In addition, landfill costs are drastically reduced, there is possibly a three-year payback and after that, a £300,000 per year income stream, writes Dr Marc ...


JCB Hydradig Wastemaster breaks new ground

Making its first appearance in Europe, the JCB Hydradig Wastemaster is reported to be a totally new material handling solution and is said to bring new levels of innovation and engineering excellence to the growing compact wheeled machine sector of the waste and recycling market.


ReFood and Flogas partner up to feed the grid

A food waste management company opened its first UK gas-to-grid anaerobic digestion plant in June 2014 – and is now reported to be generating enough biomethane to heat 10,000 homes a year, as well as benefitting from RHI payments, with the help of a specialist propane enrichment solution from ...





Cawleys opts for Rossi R300s collection vehicles

Cawleys has taken delivery of two new glass collection vehicles which are both decorated in Cawleys platinum livery to mark its 70th anniversary in business in 2017. According to Cawleys, the vehicles will be part of a new, improved glass collection service operating across south east England from ...


BHS and NRT introduce Max-AI

Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) has announced the arrival of Max-AI technology, an artificial intelligence that identifies recyclables and other items for recovery.


Master Magnets makes tracks in eddy current separator market

Technological advances in eddy current separation over the last 10 years have significantly improved the efficiency, recovery rates and throughput capabilities of a machine that has always been one of the recycling industry’s soundest investments. In many cases, it is not uncommon for an eddy ...



Polaris 2800 exceeds expectations at ALBA Nordbaden

Following a construction period of approximately four months, German recycling specialist ALBA Nordbaden has put its new refuse-derived fuel (RDF) production line from mixed construction and commercial waste into service.






Smurfit Kappa helps inventors turn vision into eco-friendly tent

KarTent is a 100% cardboard tent that was invented by two young Dutch entrepreneurs who spotted a growing tendency by festival goers to abandon their tents at the end of the event, creating an enormous waste pile of mostly unrecyclable material. Paper-based packaging specialist, Smurfit Kappa was ...




Containing dangerous gases in the EfW sector

Dave Archer, trade division director of Hargreaves Ductwork, discusses the importance of specifying and installing a bespoke and compliant ventilation and odour control solution for the energy from waste (EfW) sector.





Weir Waste opts for BlueMAC recycling plant

Birmingham-based Weir Waste turned to machinery distributor Blue Southern when they needed a new pre-sort line to enable quicker process times through their automated MRF. ?With the help of sister company BlueMAC Manufacturing, a tailor-made BlueMAC recycling plant was supplied to Weir Waste.

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