Recycling technology can be found in a variety of process industry markets. Specific recycling equipment is essential for processing and handling particular recyclable materials. Recycling innovations are available for these recycling industry markets:
The goal of Plastic Recycling is to reuse plastics that have already been used, and by doing so, save energy, resources, and reduce plastic pollution.
End-of-Life Vehicle Recycling
End-of-Life Vehicle Recycling Many different parts of end-of-life vehicles (ELV) can be reused, such as the gearbox, starter motor, dynamo and headlamps. Other parts, such as tires and fluids, are removed for recycling by specialized companies. Together, companies recycle about 25% of the weight of end-of-life vehicles.
Recycling cardboard conserves energy and natural resources, and helps to reduce pollution. Cardboard is amongst the most frequently generated waste products in virtually any business or institute.
Glass recycling is the process of turning waste glass into usable products. Glass can be recycled endlessly without loss in quality or purity, something few food and beverage packaging options can claim.
Aluminum recycling can be defined as the processing of scrap aluminum that is reused in products after its initial production.
E-waste (electronic waste) recycling is the process of recovering materials from broken, surplus, and obsolete electronic devices, to use in new products.
Food Waste Recycling
These innovative food waste recycling technologies serve to the complete spectrum of food waste management opportunities, from small commercial businesses, up to large organizations.
Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Processing
Municipal solid waste (MSW), also known as trash or garbage, is non-hazardous refuse generated by households, institutions, hospitals, and businesses. Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) recycling is attractive, both environmentally and economically.
Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling
Construction and demolition waste recycling (C&D waste recycling) primarily consist of debris that is collected during construction, renovation and demolition of roads, bridges, and buildings. C&D Waste, mainly heavy bulk materials, can be easily recovered, reused and recycled.