Machinex is proud to announce its alliance with Krysteline Technologies for the introduction of their unique glass Implosion technology and associated equipment within the North American marketplace.
This strategic distributorship has been formed to provide complementary equipment to the well-established Machinex range of Material Recycling Facilities (MRF) and material handling technologies.Read more
The addition by Machinex of a MACH Ballistic separator, two Optical Sorters MACH Hypsec, a non ferrous magnet, in addition to discs screens and conveyors increase the recovery and material purity at Sherbrooke MRF.
Shanks Waste Management Ltdhas recently opened its unique waste treatment facility in South Kirkby for the Wakefield Waste Management Contract, that will process up to 230,000 tonnes a year of residual waste and recycling from homes and businesses in the Wakefield District. Machinex has provided two advanced sorting systems including the latest technologies. This is one of the most sophisticated waste-to-product facilities in the UK and it will increase significantly the recycling rate of Wakefield district while diverting around 95% of the waste away from landfill.Read more
Montreal, January 14, 2016 – Following its announcement in 2015 to invest in a solution to recycle 100% of the glass in Quebec, today Éco Entreprises Quebec (ÉEQ) reveals the first three components of its Innovative Glass Works Plan. Investments representing $6.7 million will be made by ÉEQ to improve glass recovery and recycling from Quebec’s single-stream collection program through the modernization of sorting centres and the development of new market outlets. To implement the plan, a strategic partnership was concluded with Krysteline Technologies, a British manufacturer that has developed a technology to meet the challenges of mixed materials recycling, and with Machinex, a major Quebec-based equipment provider that is now the North American distributor of Krysteline Technologies.Read more
Back in 2014, Machinex Group was selected by Pratt Industries, a private, recycled corrugated packaging company, to design a system able to handle multiple material streams. Machinex Group has taken on the challenge and is proud to take part of the grand opening, on September 17th, of the brand new, state-of-the-art MRF.
Central Newfoundland Waste Management (CNWM), in collaboration with the Machinex Group, officially launched its brand new state-of-the-art Material Recovery Facility (MRF) today, August 27th, marking the beginning of a new era in waste management of this Canadian island.Read more
When it came time to modernize their existing recovery facility, Alpine Waste & Recycling, a private waste and recycling hauling company, selected Machinex Technologies, Inc. In 2007, Machinex was an instrumental partner in helping Alpine improve recycling in Denver, Colorado, by utilizing a combination of reconditioned and new machinery to process up to 10 tph of single stream recyclables. Machinex was very proud to attend August 18th 2015, the Grand Re-Opening of this upgraded, summer-commissioned, modern-day system.
NASSAU, Bahamas (June 2nd, 2015) Renew Bahamas officially launched its brand new state-of-the-art Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) Thursday May 28th, marking the beginning of a new era in waste management in The Bahamas.
Prime Minister The Rt. Hon. Perry Christie officially commissioned the new facility - the first of its kind for the country.
The new MRF and associated infrastructure was constructed at a total cost of seven million dollars.
The multi-faceted, 125,000 sq. ft. plant will process up to 80 tonnes per hour of residential and commercial waste; showcasing the Bahamas as a regional leader in the field of waste management.
Machinex Group is proud to introduce its new optical sorting machine, the MACH HyspecTM. Machinex has been a leader in advanced sorting technologies for over 30 years, and now, with this new and powerful optical sorting machine, Machinex can offer all sorting solutions under one roof.
Using a technology made more efficient by a high speed, short wave infra-red (SWIR) hyperspectral detection system, the MACH HyspecTM was developed by a specialized work cell of the Machinex Research & Development department. The different models available can detect different material types, such as plastics (PET, HDPE, PVC’ LDPE’ PP PS, etc.), and also fiber products, including carton containers detection, wood product recognition, and wood by grade (natural versus painted). In addition, the optical sorter can have the option of color recognition and a metal detector. The MACH HyspecTM can be used in different types of material recovery facilities, such as single-stream, construction & demolition, municipal solid waste, and other applications.
Machinex has been appointed by the global construction company M+W Group to provide a Material Recovery Facility (MRF) for the Energy from Waste (EFW) project of Levenseat Renewable Energy Limited in Lanark, Scotland. This first-of-kind facility, which is due to be operational in 2017, will make a significant contribution towards Scotland’s ‘zero waste plan’.Read more
When St. Lucie County made the decision to switch from dual residential recycling to single-stream recycling, the decision was made to construct its own Material Recovery Facility (MRF) for the collection and processing of its own materials. In May of 2014, St. Lucie County, Florida began collection of single-stream recycling for its residents and in September, the MRF was constructed. Machinex was the only manufacturer that got a near 100% positive response from their respective customers.Read more
In operation since spring 2014, the sorting center of the City of Québec has been significantly modernized in order to meet growing volumes of material to be processed. A close collaboration of stakeholders of the City of Quebec, of the operator Société VIA, and of the equipment manufacturer Machinex, has enabled implantation of a very optimal sorting center that allows a superior effectiveness and thus, highest profitability.
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Machinex has created the ECO MRF for smaller recycling needs of 5 to 12 tons per hour of residential single stream. Whether you are from the private or public sector, you can benefit socially and monetarily from the recycling in your area. Recycling is not just a trend; it’s a responsible manner to manage natural resources for future generations.
Norse has selected Machinex Industries Inc. to provide a major upgrade for its subsidiary company Norfolk Environmental Waste Services (NEWS) Material Recovery Facility (MRF) in Norwich, Norfolk. The existing 10-year old plant processes 15 tonnes per hours of single-stream recyclables (excluding glass) and, following the installation, the upgraded plant will be able process single-stream recyclables (including glass and plastic pots, tubs and trays) at 35 tonnes per hour. The upgraded system will be fully operational by 1st October 2014.
20 February 2014 - The ribbon was cut at the official opening of Swindon Commercial Services' (SCS) solid municipal waste plant, developed by the Canadian equipment manufacturer Machinex.
The facility, which will treat 48,000 tonnes of Swindon's household, commercial and industrial waste per annum, will separate materials and produce refuse-derived fuel (RDF) and solid recovered fuel (SRF) at its site at Cheney Manor Industrial Estate.
Machinex successfully tendered to supply the custom-made sorting technology in May last year, following planning permission in February and Swindon borough council's decision to offer an eight-year loan to SCS to develop the plant, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the council.
ST. BERNARD, OHIO –Nov. 14, 2013 –Rumpke, Ohio’s recycling leader, today unveiled its largest, fastest and most technologically advanced recycling facility in St. Bernard, Ohio.
Following a devastating fire in April 2012, Rumpke vowed to rebuild a facility to ensure the region continued to have access to cost effective recycling.
The result was a $32 million, 100,000 square foot facility that houses technology capable of sorting 55 tons of recyclables every hour. In all, the system designed by Machinex, has the potential to process one million pounds of material daily and will serve more than 4.5 million residents in Cincinnati and beyond.
Machinex are proud to announce the signing, on July 18th, of a contract with Central Newfoundland Waste Management (CNWM) for the supply of a Material Recycling Facility. The new facility will be located at the current landfill site on the Norris Arm North access road Central Newfoundland Canada.
May 2nd, 2013 - Swindon Commercial Services Ltd (