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Kiverco unveil new waste-recycling plant series

Kiverco Ks series of waste-recycling plants

Company says Ks series modular plants can be installed and made operational in just one day 

NORTHERN Ireland-based Kiverco have launched their Ks series of waste-recycling plants, which can be installed and made operational in just one day. 

The modular range – which includes a trommel screen and waste screen – can be easily transported by trailer and then off-loaded with a simple hydraulic jacking leg on site, where it can be prepared for use within a few hours.

Capable of handling up to 14 recovered products from various mixed waste streams, the Ks series waste-recovery plants are available with a choice of either a two-, three- or four-bay picking station to recover the desired recyclables.

According to Kiverco, the new recycling plant series would appeal to waste contractors and rental companies alike, thanks to its simplicity, rapid set-up/tear-down times and extensive product recovery options. 

Kiverco’s new system has also been designed on a ‘single skid-frame chassis’ and is equipped with a ‘plug and play’ power connection, allowing it to be powered by either mains electricity supply or a generator.

‘The Ks series is a pioneering yet simple concept that has never been packaged like this before,’ commented Gareth Hawthrone, senior technical engineer at Kiverco.

‘This highly robust static plant allows waste companies to immediately remove valuable commodities from the waste stream, which can be reused and/or recycled cost-effectively, diverting waste from landfill.’

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