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October 14, 2019

Leading Australian waste and recycling equipment manufacturer and distributor, Wastech Engineering, will use this year’s Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo, to place the spotlight on its latest range of equipment from CP Group and Flexus Balasystem.

A global innovator in advanced recycling systems, CP Group’s material recovery facilities (MRFs) are available in Australia from Wastech, who supply, install and offer technical support for this multi award winning range of equipment.

Through its partnership with CP Group, Wastech can provide a complete, turnkey solution for the sorting and separation of waste streams including: co-mingled recyclables, municipal solid waste, construction and demolition, commercial and industrial, waste to energy and E-waste.

The second key product range by Flexus Balasystem, is a complete, heavy duty system for baling, storing and transporting compressed waste in round bales. Since 1994 the Swedish company has been a leader in delivering highly cost-effective, integrated round baling solutions, with its equipment being used in 36 countries around the world.

As an all in one system, this equipment is cost effective and efficient, in that a single machine fulfils all required tasks along the chain.

As an added benefit, the Balasystem is fast and easy to install and provides the mobility to recommission on different sites as required. It’s available in three different models and depending on which is selected, is suitable for a variety of waste types including municipal solid waste, solid recovered fuel, recyclables, refuse-derived fuel, beet pulp and corn silage.

Taking questions and providing advice on stand over the course of the two day event will be Wastech National Product Managers for Major Projects, Darren Quinn and Mike McConnell, while representing CP Group will be CEO, Terry Schneider and Global Sales Manager, Dirk Kantak.

The Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo will be held from 30-31 October at ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour and all attendees are encouraged to visit the Wastech Engineering exhibit on stand ‘B32’ to learn more.


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