The waste management company operates Brampton Skip Hire, the largest skip hire company in the North West region with over 2000 skips and a 16-acre recycling facility. The responsible disposal of waste and recovery of valuable materials from the waste stream is high on the agenda for Rick Allan, Northwest Recycling’s managing director, and he appreciates the importance in investing in the right specialist equipment to assist in his efforts.
|Particle size (mm):||>40mm|
|Requested hourly throughput (t/h):||14 metric tons per hour|
|Mixed bulk density (kg/m3):||1000kgs/cubic meter|
|Heavy material description:||Glass|
|Light material description:||Plastics, film and fibre|
Mr Allan commented “We process around 75,000 tons of construction and demolition waste a year and with the ZAC800 we are now able to process the sub 40mm fraction and very effectively achieve a mix of clean glass, stone and ceramic that can be used in our recycled aggregate facility. Investing in Impact’s ZAC800 was an easy decision for me, Impact carried out a detailed trial on our material and the results that were promised have now come to fruition. It has the ability to process waste streams at a high hourly throughput with material recovery results that are very impressive. The value in the cleaned glass and stone stream and Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) stream will pay for the machine within the first 6 months of operation. The initial payback has been so good, we’ve placed an order for a second system.”
Impact’s Zigzag Air Classifier (ZAC800) has been designed to separate a vast range of applications, and is widely popular, not only for its impressive recovery results, but also for its durability and resistance to abrasive materials and less moving parts resulting in minimal downtime.
Nick Ball, managing director of Impact Air Systems said “The ZAC800 rarely fails to impress with its separation ability. We carry out material trials every week which mostly result in a sale. The fast ROI really is the icing on the cake and is the reason the ZAC800 can be found in a fast-growing number of waste facilities all over the world. We invite anyone to bring a sample of their material along and see the results for themselves!”