Installation of a conveyor system is an effective way of handling waste materials in an industrial facility. Conveyor systems can be employed in recycling facilities for efficient sorting of waste. They also eliminate the need for manual handling of materials.
The most common types of conveyor systems include pneumatic and mechanical variants. It’s important to take a few considerations into account before choosing a conveyor system for your industrial requirements. Read more
The rise in global warming imposes a global threat. Industrialists are seeking ways to regulate their industrial emissions.
The U.S. is responsible for more than 40 percent of the world’s carbon emissions. This requires facilities in the U.S. to install dust collection systems.
The woodworking industry features facilities that generate a lot of dust during manufacturing and assembly procedures. Milling, sawing, sanding, turning and routing are common procedures in wood processing facilities. Read more
Owning an effective industrial facility isn’t just about increasing production and generating revenue. It’s about maintaining an effective waste collection and management system.
A dust collection system is an important component for facilities looking for efficient operations, a cleaner environment, and better safety. Read more
Among the many types of equipment used by Material Recovery Facility (MRF), balers are used to effectively manage and recycle waste. Balers provide waste management facility at a much lower rate as compared to waste compactors. They eliminate the need for manual handling and reduce the labor cost.
Balers require constant maintenance due to the presence of rotary parts like motors, pumps, and linear plates. If not maintained properly, they can result in malfunctioning and extensive durations of downtime. Read more
Environmental pollution has been a rising concern for the past few years. With the rapid industrialization, industrial waste has imposed a serious environmental threat.
9 million tons of plastic contaminate our oceans each year. Apart from damaging the marine life, it contaminates the food of 3.5 billion people who depend on the ocean for their food supply.
The industrial waste should be managed in such a way that it provides an environment-friendly solution. This can be achieved by using a baler for waste management. Read more
Wasting paper is a very common habit, which is why paper and pulp are ranked the 3rd largest pollution causing agents.
Statistics suggest that U.S. offices use around 12.1 trillion sheets of paper every year. This amounts to the waste of around 1 billion trees.
Each year, the amount of paper and wood wasted by the U.S. can be used to heat 50,000,000 houses for as long as 20 years! Read more
How many of us drink soda or use paper every day? The numbers don’t matter. What matters is what we do with the garbage.
According to statistics, more than 200 million tons of trash is produced each year in the United States. While 75% of this trash is recyclable, only 30% undergoes the process.
Another survey reported that 12.1 trillion sheets of paper are used every year by the U.S. offices. Read more
Industrial shredders are the saviors when it comes to effective management of materials.
They shred wide variety of materials ranging from paper to cardboard, beverage cans to tin containers, and tissues to plastic pipes. Unlike other industrial equipment with high voltage and large space requirements, shredders provide efficient means of material management. Read more
Did you know, an average US employee consumes 2.6 aluminum cans of soda per day?
Do you run a business? How much soda does your employees consume every day?
What really matters is, how many of those soda cans that end up in your trash bin daily do you actually recycle? Read more
If the United States has a packaging favorite, it’s cardboard!
Over 85 percent of all products manufactured and sold in the country are packed in card boards, from pizzas to pizza-making machines.
These cardboard boxes keep our items safe and contamination-free.
Unfortunately, all this packaging has cardboard consequences. Read more