Keys to Building a Successful MRF: Before, During, After

When building a MRF, the goal is to end up with a facility that operates efficiently, requires minimal repairs and downtime, and flexibility to accommodate future equipment upgrades and modifications. Actively seeking out and incorporating practices from experts who focus on design, building, and managing MRFs will elevate the final product of your new, successful facility.

MSS Welcomes Patrick Nicol as Director of Technology, Ushering in New Era of AI Initiatives

MSS is thrilled to announce Patrick Nicol as Director of Technology, ushering in a new era of AI initiatives. With a passion for waste management and a background in engineering, Nicol aims to revolutionize recycling systems through automation and AI integration. His focus on system design improvement and the use of NIR optical sorters and AI vision systems will make recycling more efficient and intelligent. Nicol’s appointment reflects CP Group’s dedication to innovation and their commitment to meeting evolving client needs. Together, they are shaping the future of recycling technology.

Building A Modern MRF

The modern MRF has no presort, a reduced headcount, high-volume screening and automated sorting of commodities; Reduced OpEx with increased recovery and purity.   Building a modern MRF involves embracing innovative design principles, leveraging advanced...

Sensor-Based Sorting Technologies for E-Waste Facilities

With the two main objectives being the recovery of as much value out of the mixed e-waste and the reduction in manual sorting stations, evolving technologies provide e-waste processors with all the tools at their disposal to achieve those goals… MSS MetalMiner...

CP Group welcomes Mark Henke as Director of Process Improvements

“My involvement in multiple recycling operations and witnessing the array of new and advanced technology, which has been challenged by the ever-changing inbound recycling materials, has been a great education,” Henke says. San Diego, CA – CP Group, a...