LAS VEGAS, NV – Solid waste, recycling, and organics professionals will have the chance to see Continental Biomass Industries (CBI) and Terex Ecotec machines up close this month at Waste Expo 2018.
“Waste Expo is a great opportunity to connect with waste industry professionals and discuss equipment solutions that meet their organization’s goals,” said Art Murphy, Director of Sales and Marketing at Terex Environmental Equipment. “CBI grinders have been trusted across recycling industries for nearly three decades because of their rugged design and ability to produce a high-volume of valuable end-product. At the same time, Terex Ecotec’s material processing equipment has been successful in advanced recycling markets and is increasingly available around the world. We’ve expanded our booth’s footprint for this year’s Waste Expo to showcase a machine from each product line.”
CBI manufactures and distributes a complete line of portable and stationary grinders, shredders, chippers, flail debarkers, and attachments for composting, forestry, biomass recovery, and wood-waste processing.
The 5800BT Horizontal Grinder is engineered for high production and purpose-built for contractors dealing with transportation restrictions. Like CBI’s other horizontal grinders, the 5800BT never compromises strength or performance. It’s ideal for grinding whole trees, storm debris, slash and brush, stumps, mulch, and can be configured for asphalt shingle grinding applications.
Terex Ecotec is an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of wood processing, biomass, and recycling equipment. The full product portfolio includes slow, medium and high speed shredders, hybrid chippers, recycling screens with Spaleck technology, trommel screens, waste handlers, windrow turners, and tracked conveyors.
The TTS 620T Trommel Screen on display features a highly efficient engine and advanced material processing control system. It offers maximum production while minimizing the cost of operation. The trommel screen is ideally suited for screening compost, biomass, soil, gravel, and waste.