When cardboard box manufacturer DS Smith needed to replace their bale conveyor system in Tampere, Finland, they asked for an innovative solution. Presona rose to the challenge and delivered a system that uses fewer moving parts and it is easier to clean and service.
Aluminium’s recycling cycle begins and ends in melting plants. In between, this light metal is machined in many different industrial operations of diverse branches and ideally is then pressed into a compact briquette using a briquetting system from RUF. But where exactly are chips produced and why does briquetting usually make economic sense?
First, some science: Food entering landfills releases methane to the atmosphere, a greenhouse gas that has many more times the impact than the better known greenhouse gas CO2. Continue reading »
Waste, Storage Space and the Hidden Extras
David Coleman, Operations Director at HSM UK, discusses why environmental technology is an effective answer for organisations handling significant volumes of waste material. Continue reading »
Solar Compacting IoT Bins from PEL Waste Reduction Equipment Installed in Paris
Paris Municipality has installed 14 PEL Waste Reduction Equipment solar compacting IoT bins in the Opéra district as part of an evaluation programme being carried out by the city to improve and save on litter collection costs. Continue reading »
Designed and built in Sweden where the focus is on efficiency, quality, safety and sustainability, Presona balers are the personification of Swedish precision engineering. They are reliable, consistent and efficient. They are also designed to cope with rugged manufacturing, recycling and waste management environments. Continue reading »
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