Machinery and Vehicles
The TDS 825 Slow Speed Shredder by Terex Ecotec is suitable for all types of material, such as household waste, bulky waste, commercial and green waste, waste wood, tree stumps and roots.
One of Australia’s leading waste management and recycling companies, Cleanaway, have been operating two Komatsu WA430-6 waste spec loaders for the last year.
Recycling or waste sorting involves recognising precisely recyclable objects and extracting them as rapidly as possible to put them in the right bin.
Operating globally for 160 years, the team at SUEZ are experts in water and waste management spanning five different continents. The company aims to help businesses, governments and communities shape a sustainable environment through reuse and recycling of water and waste.
The mechanical recovery of metals is the economic basis of all recycling – something recognised by Ferdinand Steinert in 1889 when STEINERT Magnets were first used to recover iron from steel slag.
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.