Bryn Recyling, a South Wales company, have recently invested in a new Neuenhauser 2F Tracked Star Screening Plant.
After a very successful rental period, the decision was made to purchase a new unit.
The new purchase is being put to work on the company's green waste operation and waste wood recycling operation.
LSS Waste Ltd, a family owned company based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, have recently invested in a Neunhauser Star Screening Plant, supplied by UK dealer Riverside Machinery Ltd.
After a very successful demonstration with a mobile Neuenhauser star screen, the decision was made to purchase a stationary Neuenhauser star screening plant.
The purpose of
Wheeldon Brothers Waste Ltd have recently invested in a Neuenhauser Star Screen from UK Dealer Riverside Machinery Ltd.
The unit is being put to work at their Ramsbottom depot where it is screening shredded waste to produce an SRF product.
The extremely compact unit only measures 4 metres long x 1.8 metres
Keenan Recycling Ltd have recently invested in their 4th Neuenhauser Star Screen. The machine supplied by sole UK dealer Riverside Machinery Ltd is being put to work at their New Deer facility, north of Aberdeen.
The Neuenhauser Star Screen will be used to screen both shredded green waste and food waste.
W T Clarke & Son Expand With A New Neuenhauser Star Screen
W T Clarke & Son based in Leicester have taken delivery of a Neuenhauser Star Screen from UK dealer Riverside Machinery Ltd.
W T Clarke & Son operate a compost and wood recycling facility at their farm in Leicester where
We are delighted to announce the launch of Neuenhauser's latest machine - The Targo 3000 Slow Speed Shredder
The machine was unveiled at the Neuenhauser world dealer conference in October 2015 after which it will be available to the UK market.
John O'Neill comments: "this will be big game changer for Neuenhauser
Riverside Machinery are pleased to announce the supply of a Neuenhauser star screening plant to the newly opened BDR Waste Partnership in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.BDR is a partnership of Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham councils set up more than 10 years ago to jointly manage waste generated in the three boroughs.
Edinburgh based firm, Town and Country Skips have recently invested in a new Neuenhauser star screen.The star screen which is fitted with a waste star will remove the -25mm organics fraction leaving an oversize which can then be used for RDF production.The waste stars fitted to the machine are designed