While shredding may sound simple, processing a wide variety of materials, including construction and demolition waste (C&D), wood waste with contaminants, and municipal solid waste (MSW), can be a challenge. Choosing a shredder that is well-suited for waste facilities and land clearing operations, as well as compost, mulch and biofuel producers is important to operations in order to efficiently process materials.

A high-speed grinder may get damaged sooner due to contamination. A low-speed, high-torque shredder that is highly productive, feature-rich, and versatile can efficiently process materials that may otherwise damage other systems. By incorporating cutting edge technology that efficiently processes contaminated waste streams, the right shredder helps safeguard critical machine components.

For more than 30 years,  recycling has become a common practice at public and private waste handling facilities and has become another source of revenue for many organizations. During that time, Vermeer has helped customers optimize their processing capabilities and handle a wider range of incoming materials, and the LS3600TX low speed shredder allows companies to process contaminated materials not suited for a tub or horizontal grinder. Operations that deal with C&D, pallets, green waste, MSW and other approved materials will find the performance and flexibility that this machine provides is a game-changer for waste recycling.

Learn today how to addresses the challenges operators face and how to process a wider range of difficult materials.

Watch the the on-demand webinar addressing these issues and more at https://wasteadvantagemag.com/webinars