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High capacity eucalyptus and acacia bark processing

High capacity eucalyptus and acacia bark processing

Multiple rotary de-barking lines create large volumes of bark and wood waste at capacities up to 350 cubic meters per hour. Existing wood waste machinery could not keep up with the volume and was prone to plug-up and high maintenance. On top of that – it was important to configure a system that would easily […]

How tech is changing the equipment rental market

How tech is changing the  equipment rental market

Source: conexpoconagg.com Construction equipment is advancing with the advent of new technology, which gives owners and operators the tools to work as smart as possible. The technology is also rapidly changing the rental market, offering new opportunities to construction businesses. Construction equipment technology can range from GPS systems on dozers, graders and excavators to hybrid […]

Recycling waste wood into valuable products made easy

Recycling waste wood  into valuable products  made easy

The recycling of wood in its many forms produces enormous environmental and commercial benefits for businesses and society as a whole. Wood recyclers vary in the ranges of products they make from waste wood — with the most common being feedstock for panel board, animal beddings (from clean wood) and biomass fuel. Wood waste itself […]

Weddle Brothers use McCloskey for Cook Medical redevelopment project

Weddle Brothers use McCloskey for Cook Medical redevelopment project

by RockRoadRecycle staff writer Indiana construction company Weddle Bros. Construction Co. was recently chosen by Cook Medical to redevelop its GE Appliances Plant. The project involves the demolition and rebuild of existing structures, and when complete, the new Profile Park will serve as one of Cook Medical’s centers. The demolition of the Bloomington, IN, GE […]

Compact crushers and screens: C&D processing options

Compact crushers and screens:  C&D processing options

by RockRoadRecycle staff writer Finlay Hydrascreens — now part of Terex — initially launched a mini screener in the late 1990s, but there proved to be little interest in it. The technology at the time did not allow for the unit to produce enough output, nor have the right amount of throw to accurately screen […]