RWM 2010 Preview: Riverside Provides the Complete Solution
Riverside Waste Machinery, the specialist shredding and baling equipment supplier, will again exhibit at September’s RWM exhibition (14-16th).
Joining forces with Austrian shredding machinery manufacturer UNTHA on one of the largest stands of the show, the team will demonstrate its leading expertise in waste management.
Visitors to stand 1186 will see the new look UNTHA RS series – when the revamped shredder is unveiled for the first time in the UK – and will be able discuss ways to make their business more successful using waste processing technology.
Riverside managing director Chris Oldfield said “This year we are focusing on showing visitors the comprehensive nature of the expertise we can offer at Riverside, whether that is combined with the most prestigious shredding technology in the marketplace, or our very own extensive range of balers, one of the largest in the UK.
“Thanks to our highly sought-after consultancy experience and network of well-established relationships throughout the UK and beyond, we really can provide companies with complete waste management solutions – everything from the state-of-the-art machines themselves, to a complete after-sales service including parts and consumables. We can also provide recommendations for bolt-on technology such as conveyors, magnets, screens and wind-shifters.
“And it’s not just about machinery; our experts can help companies understand how to satisfy their landfill diversion commitments and maybe even generate a valuable additional income stream in the process.”
UNTH’s RS series of four shaft cutting shredders have been visually enhanced with a new next generation design. Perfect for processing confidential waste, car bumpers and dash boards, radioactive waste, plastics, metals, cardboard and wood, the robust technology promises numerous benefits including:
Superior productivity due to high throughput and low downtime
Foreign object detection
Low noise and dust levels
Quick and convenient screen change
Source : www.recyclingnewsportal.com