Metal waste processing

Shredding metal waste enables faster and more accurate screening and sorting

Compact metal waste is easier and cheaper to transport

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Recovering metals from waste

Metal is a perfect material for recycling. It is valuable, it can be recycled indefinitely without losing its physical properties, and the demand for metals is constant. However, despite the good features and resale value, massive amounts of recoverable metals end up being thrown away.

With a well-designed recovery process, ferrous and non-ferrous metals can be sorted out from municipal solid (MSW) waste, commercial and industrial (C&I) waste, construction and demolition (C&D) waste, and all the other waste types.

Metal scrap and other disposed of metals are normally in many sizes and weights, which causes problems for recyclers. In order to sort valuable metals from waste, it is practical to reduce the waste to a smaller, uniform grain size for more efficient screening and sorting.

Pre-shredding enables metals to be recovered more quickly and accurately. When the metals are sorted from waste, fine shredders can reduce the material to the right size for further processing if necessary.

Metal is perfect material for recycling. It is valuable, it can be recycled indefinitely without losing its physical properties, and the demand for metals is constant. However, despite the good features and resale value, massive amounts of recoverable metals end up in trash cans, dustbins, garbage or disposed other way.

 

With a well-designed recovering process, ferrous and non-ferrous metals can be sorted out from municipal solid waste (MSW), commercial and industrial waste (C&I), construction and demolition waste (C&D), and all the other waste types.

 

Metal is widely used material. Countless tools, equipment and devices contain metals, and many other materials are reinforced with it. Therefore, such a significant amount of metals also ends up thrown away.

 

Metal scrap and other disposed metals are normally in many sizes and weights that causes problems for recyclers. In order to sort valuable metals out of waste, it is practical to reduce the waste to smaller, uniform grain size for more efficient screening and sorting.

 

Pre-shredding enables recovering metals faster and more accurately. When the metals are sorted from waste, fine shredders can mince the material to the right size for further processing if necessary.