Rome, Floyd County, Georgia, USA
Norcon designed and installed a classification system co-mixture of fiber and the Solid Waste Authority of Rome and Floyd County. The facility also includes a horizontal speed auto-tie baler. The system is designed for potentially doubling the capacity of existing recycling rates Rome.
Cartersville, Bartow County, Georgia, USA
Norcon provided their Super Sorter 30 tons per day co-mix classification system and a ram balers for two new recycling program. This system was designed in conjunction with drop-off centers as part of multiple third overall recycling and collection system for the county.
Cordele, Crisp County, Georgia, USA
Norcon designed, manufactured and installed the material handling equipment and electrical controls for Cordele, Crisp County Integrated Waste processing facilities. The facility is designed to separate, process and reuse more than 85 percent of the waste generated from forty-three governmental jurisdictions in southern Georgia. Norcon participated in the testing and approval process by the county during the acceptance period. Norcon developed technology to use material handling and integrated it into a network of unique design systems, process controls and auxiliary equipment. The market for most of the food, glass, paper, plastic, ferrous and non-ferrous waste entering the system are identified. The facility to handle up to 1,700 tons of waste each day. The site also includes an area of 12 acres roofed composting, producing a product available at the local farmers market. An estimated 206 tons of compost-end and 190 tons of cover crops are processed each day. The facility also includes four transfer stations.
Franklin County, Tennessee USA
Norcon designed, manufactured and installed six bunker fiber / paper rating system Waste Management, Inc., of Tennessee for Franklin County Recycling Center. The system is designed to segregate six fiber / paper products and has a negative type that goes directly to a two-ram balers for immediate processing.
McKee Foods, Collegedale, Tennessee USA
McKee Foods Norcon commissioned to design, fabricate and install a recycling system for processing fiber processing plant/waste paper. The system also includes a baler each item that is ordered and collected.
Waste Management, Inc., Florida, USA
Norcon semiautomatic installed its Super-Sorter co-mix classification system in Palatka, Florida by Waste Management, Inc. The system automatically removes dirt, fines, broken glass, etc., with a disc screen. And ferrous metals with a magnet above the belt. Plastics are hand-selected and aluminum is automatically deleted. Glass is sorted by color.
Southeast Paper Recycling, Inc., Gainesville, Florida, USA
Norcon semiautomatic installed its Super-Sorter II classification co-mingling with the self-discharge bunkers for Southeast Paper Recycling, Inc. The system automatically removes dirt, fines, broken glass, etc., with a screen Discs . And ferrous metals with a magnet above the belt. Plastics are hand-selected and aluminum is automatically deleted. The glass is conveyed outside the building on roll-off container. Sorted materials are deposited in the self-discharge bunkers with a capacity of 40 cubic yards. The bunkers automatically download on baler feed conveyor and transported to the packinghouse.
Recycled Fibers Inc., Tallahassee, Florida USA
Norcon designed, manufactured and installed its Super-Sorter III co-mix classification system for recycled fibers, Inc. in Tallahassee, Florida, USA. The system is highly automated and uses only two people to remove trash and unwanted input materials. Plastics, ferrous and nonferrous metals are removed automatically. The system also has a processing system that processes all residual glass recycling process. A sieve is used to remove the glass processing and waste material is landfilled overs. The system removes 10 employees and removing the broken glass and glass trommel system, the client saves $ 5 to 6,000.00 per month in landfill costs avoided.
Green Cove Springs, Florida, USA
Norcon semiautomatic installed its Super-Sorter co-mix classification system for Phase I of the program of the city and its street collection new recycling center. The system automatically removes dirt, fines, broken glass, etc. with screen discs. And ferrous metals with a magnet above the belt. Plastics are hand-selected and aluminum is automatically deleted. Glass is sorted by color. The system has been in operation eight years without a day down due to mechanical failure.
Norcon install a bunker four fiber / paper classification system as phase II of the recycling program in the city. Four items, including trash, removed and dropped into bunkers below. Newspaper remains in the sorting conveyor and fall at the end as a negative species. Each product is packed before shipment.
York County, South Carolina USA
York, South Carolina Norcon commissioned to design a system, crushing and processing used tires collected and taken to the landfill. The tires are stored and then shredded into small chips. The local health department has approved the product as padding around the basements and filler drain lines for septic tanks.
Williamson County, Tennessee USA
Glass Recycling System
Gwinnett County, Georgia, USA
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