What are the types of waste shredders? During your recycling business, shredder will maybe be an indispensable assistant, which can help you to improve operational efficiency, also save a lot of operational cost. Do you know what are the types of waste shredders? Following the below basic knowledge.
From the late eighties, wood log shredders are used in the different time in different businesses. We all know wood shredder was discovered earlier but it made its place in the wood industry worldwide. The wood log shredder or tree chippers are generally used to give the small shape of tree trunks.
What does you do with your used or wastage tires? If you are a business person, you gathered them for resale but don’t know when you will be able to resale them or just throw them out which is not so eco-friendly. If you think to recycle your used tires, you must take care of help from technology. F
Cardboard box recycling is the best solution for the planet and your local community because it helps to conserve valuable resources, reduces pollution from production of new materials and create jobs. Cardboard box is also referred as corrugated cardboard box or container. It is a good recyclable m
The single shaft shredder is composed of a rotor, a screen basket, bearings, ram, a drive, a hydraulic system and a control panel. We can usually apply plastic, wood, paper, cardboard, copper cables, aluminum, textiles and security destruction. First introduced the single shaft shredder machine used
Jumbo bag is also called flexible freight bag or space bag which is a kind of soft big container for handling, packing and transporting various dry products or materials usually in forms of powder, granule and flake. Jumbo bags are generally made of polypropylene, polyethylene or other polyester fib
Metal scrap is one of the largest type of waste generated in Singapore. In 2013, about 1.41 million tonnes of ferrous metal scrap and 135,100 tonnes of non-ferrous metal scrap was generated. The recycling rate is 97% for ferrous metal and 84% for non-ferrous metal in 2013.Ferrous metal scrap is usua
In Singapore, 332,400 tonnes of wood waste and 252,600 tonnes of horticultural waste was generated in 2013. The recycling rate is 77% for wood waste and 48% for horticultural waste.Wood and horticultural waste are usually processed into wood chips for composting, cogeneration or used to make new woo
Electrical and electronic items such as televisions, refrigerators, washing machines, handphones, computers, printers, and batteries are increasingly being disposed as waste after use. These waste are also known as e-waste and they are posing an environmental problem as most of these waste products
In Singapore, 21,600 tonnes of scrap tyres was generated in 2013 and the recycling rate is 88%. Scrap tyres are usually rethreaded, exported overseas for reuse, or processed into crumbs for making surfaces and into chips for use as a solid fuel.Let’s take a closer look at tyres recycling:Tyres Recyc