See CP Group’s 70 TPH Las Vegas Facility in action

Take a look at CP Group’s technology powering Republic Services’ huge new material recycling facility in Las Vegas.

The facility features various screening and optical sorting technology on dual 35 TPH sorting lines, which provide operational flexibility.

CP Group engineered the residential and commercial single-stream processing system, capable of handling residential, commercial, and industrial material streams at 70 tons per hour.

What to see more of this system? Check out our in-depth video here.

 

Largest, Smartest Residential Recycling Center in North America

CP Group, in partnership with Republic Services, unveiled a new, state-of-the-art recycling center at a grand opening ceremony on November 12.

The 110,000 square foot Southern Nevada Recycling Center has been dubbed by Republic Services as “the largest and smartest residential recycling center in North America.”

This video was presented at the grand opening reception, welcoming over 450 attendees to tour the facility and education center.

 

Sunnyvale, CA: Retrofit Case Study

The Sunnyvale Material Recovery and Transfer (SMaRT) Station was installed in 2007 as one of the CP’s first mixed waste processing systems. The SMaRT Station MRF is operated by Bay Counties Waste Services (BCWS), a progressive waste company with roots in the waste management industry dating back to 1914. The mixed waste MRF consists of dual infeed municipal solid waste processing lines and a residential processing line. CP Group was selected to retrofit the MRF for increased material recovery and system performance. The retrofitted system is exceeding expectations.

 

 

Sierra Waste Albany: Commingled Line Retrofit

Single-Stream Container Line Upgrade, 6 tons/hr, with three (3) CIRRUS Optical Sorters, replacing four of our competitors under-performing optical sorters.

CIRRUS #1 sorts HDPE, CIRRUS #2 sorts PET, and CIRRUS #3 sorts Mixed Plastics (#3-7).

 

Sunnyvale, CA – MSW CPScreen Retrofit

 

The Sunnyvale Material Recovery and Transfer (SMaRT) Station’s MSW system was installed in 2009. The mixed waste MRF consists of dual infeed municipal solid waste processing lines and a residential processing line.

In April 2015, CP Group retrofitted the MRF for increased material recovery and system performance. Today, the system is exceeding expectations.