Category Archives: Features

Who owns the data generated by machines? (Nov. 12, 2018) by David Knight, founder and CEO of Terbine With Internet of Things (IoT) technology becoming critical to equipment manufacturers, questions about data ownership are coming with increased frequency. And the answers aren’t obvious. Many organizations are beginning to send their machine-generated IoT data to third parties. Often this is motivated by […]

Composting equipment advances: transforming green waste

RockRoadRecycle staff writer The composting of green waste and materials is being increasingly undertaken in order to help decompose organic substances, converting the material into a stable, plant friendly, beneficial and high quality humus product. The ideal process is efficient, quick and low emissions being essentially accomplished by shredding, mixing and (where required) screening a […]

Producing aggregates from tunnel excavations

RockRoadRecycle staff writer Despite being a highly valuable resource, rock from tunnel excavations has generally not been used to its full potential. However, recent developments in crushing and screening technology, along with growing commercial pressures, has seen tunneling contractors use excavated rock as part of the tunneling process itself. The uses for excavated rock resulting […]

Villager Construction finds success with Kleemann crushers

by Keith Loria Villager Construction, Inc. is a privately owned company in Fairport, NY, founded by Richard Clark in 1980, who has led it through steady growth over the past 38 years. Andrew J. Osborne, aggregate manager of the company has been with Villager Construction for 13 years and started its crushing division — Villager […]