Recycling & Recovery Overview

As a company, we are increasing the supply of screening and separating equipment to the recycling and recovery industry, along with more traditional conveying and feeding equipment.

Recycling and recovery operations often involve separating out irregularly shaped objects, which requires innovative separating techniques and tailor-made solutions.

To complement the screening and separating solutions, we can also supply the heavy duty feeding and conveying equipment required to transfer both the raw recycling and processed materials.

Recycling & Recoveries Production


Recycling glass is very common as it saves large amounts of energy and raw materials versus making it from new. Glass doesn’t lose quality through reprocessing.

Glass can be screened for a number of different reasons. Glass cullet, the term for furnace ready recycled glass, is screened to remove large pieces and foreign objects that have contaminated the cullet. This can usually be achieved with a simple mesh screening system. For other applications, such as glass being added to concrete flooring for aesthetic improvements in modern buildings, specific size pieces are needed, and a greater variety of screening techniques may be required.

Glass Applications


The world uses millions of tyres per year, but the applications for old tyres are limited, and many are simply dumped.

Attempts to recycle tyres often begin by shredding or grinding them up to access the different materials that make up a tyre. Separating out the shredded pieces into useful fractions is a challenge, but can be done with enough success to make the process worthwhile.

Through a combination of screening plates, meshes and grid bars, the shredded mix can be separated out into useful materials.

Tyre Applications


Due to the high cost of oil used to manufacture plastics, recycling plastic products is very common.

The recycling process usually begins with shredding and grinding plastic components into a small enough size to be reprocessed. A screening stage is required to remove large prices that require regrinding, so as they don’t get caught up in downstream processes which could potentially damage valuable equipment.

The irregular shapes of the shredded materials is often a challenge to separate effectively, but innovative techniques can be applied to achieve viability.

Waste Recycling

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