Product News: Chemicals & Chemical Processing
Material Recovery Station separates liquids from solids.
Press Release Summary:
June 26, 2014 - Available in several sizes and capacities, on standard 44 x 44 in. footprint, MOD Material Recovery Station automatically separates liquids from solids to allow both to be collected and processed for recycling or for sale. Self-contained system sets plastic screening panel inside leakproof, reusable, ShipShape™ bulk plastic containers. Solid particles are screened and safely accumulated inside while liquids are safely contained in bottom until ready to be drained.
Original Press Release
New MOD Material Recovery Station Automatically Separates Liquids from Solids for Easy Recycling
Press release date: June 18, 2014
Ashtabula, OH: The innovative, new MOD Material Recovery Station from recycling product manufacturer Meese Orbitron Dunne Co., Ashtabula, Ohio (www.RecyclingCarts.com), automatically separates liquids from solids to allow both to be collected and more quickly and easily processed for recycling or for sale as highly marketable scrap. Developed to help companies convert costly waste into revenue and support waste stream diversion programs, the self-contained Material Recovery Station sets a proprietary, plastic screening panel inside one of the company’s leak-proof, reusable, ShipShape(TM) bulk plastic containers. Solid particles are screened and safely accumulated inside while liquids are safely contained in the bottom until ready to be drained. When full, the entire Material Recovery Station may be lifted by forklift, emptied and returned to service or covered and hauled away as part of a returnable, loop system.
Ideal for collecting and recovering metal, glass, plastic, rubber and virtually any type of swarf, among other recyclable products and materials, the MOD Material Recovery Station is available in several sizes and capacities, on a standard, 44-inch x 44-inch footprint. The recycling system is available in a choice of colors with optional, molded-in recycling logos and tracking information, and the internal screening panel may be customized with a range of hole sizes to accommodate a wide range of waste particle types and sizes.
For more information, contact Jack Smylie, 4920 State Road, Ashtabula, OH, 44004; 1-800-829-4535; FAX 812.273.1878; firstname.lastname@example.org or see www.RecyclingCarts.com.