Types of Bulky Waste
Bulky waste might be too large to be handled by nature, but it is far too valuable to be left unutilized. Objects that are awkwardly sized and heavy – for example furniture, mattress, large devices and appliances, are traditionally classified as bulky waste. These Large objects cause headaches in transportation, and moving them around is often expensive.
Method of Processing Bulky Waste
Pre-shredding bulky waste enables loading the material compactly, which cuts transportation costs. With a smaller gain size, the waste is more efficient to process: screening and sorting can be done more accurately, and different materials are faster in their own stacks and continue to the recycling processes.
Harden created the first bulky waste shredder in China in 2010 and kept researching, innovating the shredding technologies for years. Harden provides completed primary shredding system including feeding, separating, shredding and stocking bin. Feeder can be a grabber, chain conveyor or lifting machine. Harden solved some major problems of bulky waste shredding such as materials hanging shaft and dust leakage. Covers well designed and pulse deducting unit makes no dust workshop.
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