Machinery and Vehicles
It’s now only one week until AWRE opens its doors for the tenth time at ICC Sydney, to showcase a range of full circle innovative products and sustainable solutions to collect, process and recycle waste more smartly.
It’s been 10 years since AWRE committed to showcasing the very best solutions that the Waste, Recycling and Resource Recovery sector has to offer. We would like to thank all the exhibitors who keep coming back year on year and share our passion for connecting the industry to find solutions to create a truly circular economy.
In the lead up to the 10th edition of AWRE we caught up with Isuzu Australia to chat about how the industry has changed since they started exhibiting at AWRE 8 years ago.
As Australia’s population continues to expand, finding an unoccupied piece of land is virtually impossible, especially in our city centres.
The recycling industry is perpetually looking for innovative new products able to mine the ferrous and nonferrous metal found in the automotive shredder residue (ASR) streams. Despite improvement in recovery technology, scrap yard operators still know intuitively that they continue to miss metal as they watch potential profits go to the landfill. Now intuition can be confirmed with hard data.
JDM Aust Pty Ltd was founded in 2004 after it was identified there was a need for high quality recycling and materials handling equipment by the Waste and Recycling, Mining, Quarry and Materials Handling Industries. JDM Aust Pty Ltd successfully sought out some of the most well respected and internationally recognised principals and manufacturers of machinery in the world that are competitively priced and recognised as having a strong commitment to providing solutions to customer needs.
FOCUS Enviro is co-exhibiting with globally-recognised shredder manufacturer UNTHA at AWRE 2019, reflecting the waste specialists’ collaboration in the marketplace.
Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Isuzu Motors Limited (Japan), and is responsible for the marketing, distribution and support of Isuzu Trucks and Isuzu Power Solutions in Australia.
In Australia, nearly four million people experience food insecurity. And if that figure isn’t a reflection of a growing crisis, well consider this; over five million tonnes of perfectly good food ends ups in landfill every year. Yep, five million tonnes!
Traditional methods of removing high grade materials from End of Life Vehicles (ELV) can be highly labour intensive and costly, in many cases making them economically unviable. Although a four-tine scrap grab will allow extraction of the engine, much of the added value materials are left behind resulting in the ELV dismantling companies missing out on great potential profit.