Global – Mega shredder overcapacity on both sides of the Atlantic; a growing need for shredder capacity in the emerging economies of Asia, the Middle East and South America; and at the same time, the proliferation of mobile solutions as, increasingly, recyclers take the shredder to where it is needed instead of moving the scrap potentially long distances to a stationary shredder, thus saving time, energy and logistics costs.
These are just a few of the topics to be highlighted in a special feature on the latest trends in shredding and shredder technology, to be included in the No. 2/2017 issue of Recycling International, which will be on display at the 2017 ISRI Convention & Exposition in New Orleans.
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