Cardboard constitutes the bulk of the household recycling stream, both in volume and in value. The differing mechanical properties of carboard change the flow of material within a MRF and therefore operational and capital decisions. Find out how to deal with this diverse material stream.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How the dominance of OCC changes flow and chokepoints in a MRF
- How to tweak operations to deal with these changing flows
- What considerations to make when planning a capital expense to maximize sorting efficiency and revenue
- How to account for OCC when designing the new MRF of the Future
About the Presenter
Nick Davis is the Product Development Engineer at CP Group. He is a third generation inventor in recycling equipment development with ten years of experience and multiple patents improving mechanical separation. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and Quantitative Economics.