Lindner’s Komet series has been the benchmark in secondary shredding for decades. It has scored top marks for the new features introduced 2022, optimising energy efficiency and throughput as well as ease of maintenance. Innovation at the cutting edge.
In Mexico, waste, including industrial waste, is still frequently disposed of in landfill sites. Regenera, a Cemex subsidiary, focuses on developing circular economy solutions for the waste industry. The recycling pioneer Lindner and its local sales &…
In line with circular economy principles, the EEW Schwedt Plant recovers paper mill, commercial and industry waste. To optimally prepare the waste for the fluidised bed boiler, the company relies on quality from Lindner.
The largest waste management company in Scandinavia, RGS Nordic, has its sights set firmly on keeping the environment clean for the future. And it is managing almost a football team of shredders – all made by Lindner. There are good reasons why.
Enerco – Energy Recovery Ltd, associated company of Vassiliko Cement Works, commissioned a Lindner shredder from the Polaris series to shred high-calorific refuse derived fuels (RDF). The treatment of local waste streams more than doubled.
As early as 2017, Linz AG started up Lindner’s then brand new Miura 1500. Three years later they have once again put their faith in Lindner’s Miura 1500 – this time in the recently launched DK version with crawler tracks.
Lohner Kunststoffrecycling is recovering plastic waste generated during the production of industrial or consumer goods. Equipped with the latest Multiplex cutting system, the shredder Micromat 2000 efficiently shreds almost any type of plastic.
Commissioning of shredders using modern tools despite of Covid-19: With the assistance of the Lindner Service Centre via video analysis and online support, the Micromat 2500 was installed on-site at Hündgen Entsorgungs GmbH & Co. KG.
Limited space, fewer tonnes, but still maximum productivity: as special requirements need smart solutions, Lindner’s Polaris 1800 shredder is in operation at the company Island Waste, that is part of the Guernsey Recycling Group.
With their acquisition of the plastics recycler mtm plastics, Borealis, a leading chemicals and plastics group, became the first plastics manufacturer to work towards a circular economy. The group has been consistent in its efforts to drive plastics…
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.
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.
15 years ago ThermoTeam started producing solid recovered fuels for the cement industry. Incredibly, one million tons of energy rich SRF have already left the production line designed entirely by Lindner-Recyclingtech.
High availability, a wide range of possible applications, precise grain size: A Miura 1500, the machine of choice for processing municipal, commercial and industrial waste into RDF fractions of < 80 mm, is now in use at the Nemetz plant.
The Polaris 2800 is a new single-shaft shredder from Lindner that have been optimized for the cost-efficient, single-step shredding of untreated household refuse as well as industrial and commercial waste.
For a current project, the Sutco subsidiary has opted exclusively for innovative Lindner technology in the form of three Polaris 2800 universal shredders, which are to be integrated into diverse, planned applications.
Zuser Ressourcenmanagement GmbH is not keen on experiments: for the past 24 years the RDF producer in Austria bought shredders made by Lindner Recyclingtech. The new addition to the family is a Polaris 2800.
To destroy confidential documents, Russell Richardson has been operating a Lindner Micromat 2000 single-shaft shredder since 2015, which complies with the specifications for the destruction of confidential and secret data.
Udo Siebert knows no better machine than Lindner’s all-rounder Urraco 75 to shred eucalyptus bark, which pulp and paper mills as well as wood panel producers in Brazil use to generate RDF to supply their own energy. A market with great potential.