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Wastewise invests in new equipment for composting facility1st Jun 2015
Wastewise has invested over £550k in a Doppstadt DW3060 slow speed shredder and two CASE 721F wheeled loaders for its new In-Vessel Composting (IVC) facility.
As the global market leaders in shredding equipment, the Doppstadt DW3060 is designed using precision German engineering; it is extremely versatile, robust and ideally suited to shredding a wide variety of materials including green and wood waste. It is also capable of a high throughput rate which will enable Wastewise to keep up with waste volumes in peak periods.
The Case wheeled loaders are specially designed for the tough demands of the waste and recycling industry and make light work of shredder loading, tunnel (un)loading, windrow turning, material stockpiling and rehandling. Both machines come with large capacity buckets, one with top clamp, to aid load retention and maximise each load per pass.
Shaun Ward, Site Manager, commented "We are absolutely delighted with these machines. Not only will they help increase productivity levels and ensure optimum uptime for our business, they also offer significant health and safety benefits and will be a valuable asset to the composting operation as it continues to grow."