Mexico’s mountains of waste may soon be history. To achieve this ambitious goal in a country that produces around 100,000 tonnes of waste a day, the affiliate of the cement giant Lafarge Holcim is relying on Lindner’s proven shredding technology.
The Polaris 2800 is the optimum stationary waste wood shredder. After one year of operation, the results are: few fines in the output, the highest throughput with the best machine availability – consistent, reliable and safe.
Cypriot president inaugurates the first turn-key plastics recycling facility in the island state – a collaboration between Lindner & Starlinger. PCC Recycling, a Poullaides Group company, is thereby taking an important step towards a circular economy.
One of the largest plastics waste processing companies in the Netherlands recycles agricultural and packaging films. The aim is to produce regranulates of the same quality as virgin material. Six Lindner shredders provide the ideal particle size.
When Gojer was faced with the challenge of shredding railway sleepers, they opted for the Urraco 95 DK mobile twin-shaft shredder from Lindner-Recyclingtech at the end of August 2017. Gojer looks back on a very positive first year.
Veolia Umweltservice West operates a highly efficient sorting facility for post-consumer plastic films in Germany. Crucial to ensuring the best possible output quality in homogenous LDPE film is a Lindner-Recyclingtech Micromat 2000 BW shredder.