The material stream is then fed into the OCC screen separating cardboard from the waste stream.Next >>
The Double ONP screens, separates the larger than A3 sized paper on the top deck and the larger than A4 sized paper on the bottom deck from the stream.More details of this product >> Next >>
The bottom deck of the ONP Screen leads to the PaperSpike® separating any remaining OCC.Next >>
The unders of the Commingled Screen is then fed into the Glass Breaker Screen automatically separating the glass from the material stream.More details of this product >> Next >>
The material stream continues to a Lubo Commingled Screen (8) separating mixed paper.Next >>
The PaperMagnet® then sorts any remaining film, paper and/or cardboard by separating 2 D from 3 D materials.Next >>
Optimising output in terms of economic value and against the lowest possible costs per tonne. This is the short-term goal for every Single Stream installation that we provide in cooperation with Bollegraaf. The long-term goal is to ensure permanently low operating costs. The result: fast Return on Investment.
While most EU countries still have a policy favouring source separation Single Stream waste processing is increasingly becoming an alternative for recycling household waste. Based on our experience in the United States and the United Kingdom we know for a fact that single stream waste recycling is an effective, efficient and sustainable alternative for the way most European countries collect and process waste. First of all, it reduces the number of transportation movements (e.g. PET, paper, glass, etc.), thereby decreasing CO2 levels dramatically and potentially saving in operational costs.
Second and more importantly, a (fully) automated sorting process dramatically increases separation quality, ensuring the highest possible purity of the recycled material, ultimately bringing you a higher yield per tonne of waste. This is why Single Stream is a solid business opportunity where recycling quality is based on proven technology and continuous innovation in stead of a far less incalculable policy of public responsibility and involvement.