Shredders

McCloskey International has expanded its mobile solutions with a new product range: shredders. The McCloskey VTS95 is the first product to makes its debut for the new Recycling Division. Designed for maximum performance and high productivity, the VTS95 tracked primary shredder is capable of effectively shredding virtually any type of material from solid waste, industrial and commercial waste to bulk waste.

Terex Ecotec – an industry leader in the design and manufacture of wood processing, biomass and recycling equipment showcased its latest product offerings and innovations at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2020. Since it was established in 2014, the product line has grown rapidly and today a comprehensive product portfolio of mobile shredding, screening, handling and conveying equipment is available.

Metso is expanding its waste recycling product range with the launch of the new Metso M&J K-series pre-shredders. The first two models will be M&J K160 and M&J K210. The new competitive models provide a low cost-per-ton with high reliability, ease of operation and great flexibility for various waste types and with a design optimized especially for sites with a 5 to 45 tons per hour production requirement.

John Deere continues to expand its Worksite Pro attachments lineup with the addition of the SS30 model stump shredder. Ideal for landscaping and construction job sites, the new shredder removes stumps from 8 to 28 in. (20 to 71 cm) in one pass. Larger stumps are easily removed with multiple bores.

Ben Weitsman of Albany, a division of the East Coast's largest privately held scrap metal processor, has begun work on a multi-million-dollar project to add a 3,000 hp Riverside Engineering scrap metal shredder at the facility located at 300 Smith Boulevard in the Port of Albany.