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TWS introduce GreenLine Engineered Recycling Solutions

GreenLine wash recycling solutions from TWS

Latest suite of ‘end-to-end’ products designed to help operators enter wash recycling processing market

THE market for recycled aggregates has gone from strength to strength in recent years, due to an increasing focus on reducing waste to landfill, achieving industry sustainability targets and the protection of natural aggregate reserves.

In response to the growing demand for recycled materials, Terex Washing Systems have introduced GreenLine Engineered Recycling Solutions – a packaged suite of ‘end-to-end’ washing equipment offerings targeted at the aggregates recycling sector.

Designed to lower barriers to entry into the wash recycling processing market, the new product range comprises both standard equipment and specialized tailored recycling systems, helping customers to add value to their business and improve their bottom line.

TWS said their GreenLine solutions are suitable for new entrants looking to develop a footprint in the expanding aggregates washing sector of the recycling market, as well as for those established customers who are in either a replacement or expansion phase within their business.

TWS have been focusing more than ever on further developing their product offerings, ranging from the company’s Aquaclear water-management solutions and established line of waste-recycling equipment to new patented specialist systems (to be launched in the coming months) and GreenLine Engineered Recycling Solutions package.

The company has also continued to enhance its full aftermarket care, spare parts and dedicated customer service. This is particularly important as supplying customizable modular plant solutions (stationary and mobile) to specialist applications is growing more than ever, and equipment manufacturers, such as TWS, will be at the forefront of industry changing improvements in recycling and sustainability.

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