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Volume 20 No. 7

APRIL 2012

C ompostingg Equipmentt Composting Turners,, Screens,, Grinders,, Chippers Waste not want not: Fr om se wa g e to sustainab le compost


My Landfill Costs are killing my C&D Operation! What can I do? The answer: STOP GO-

ING THERE! Obviously if you could avoid it, you certainly would be. But since you

are not, let’s take a look at what you are sending. First of all most of the C&D systems being sold today are of the same de-

sign, whether small, medium or large. Not always, but most of the time they are. So, if you plan to recycle rather than take material to the landfill, there are things you can do to prepare. For example, FIGURE OUT YOUR MARKETS… before you design your systems. • If you are using a float tank to remove the heavies and you are sending your wood and plastic for fuel and the material cannot be above 15 percent moisture... Why do you have a float tank? • If you are pulling the small lightweight product off of your sort line with air and putting back into you stream later, why are you pulling them in the first place? • If your high speed grinder at the end of your system is costing you too much maintenance time and money, why do you have it? To start with: • The number one rule is to keep your materials dry. Rain on your material will cost you thousands at the landfill. They have cheap fabric buildings these days, that will pay for themselves with the greater production and reduced maintenance time in addition to reducing landfill fees for the extra

weight that water adds. • You need to be pulling every single piece of metal, hard plastic, rock and dirt, shingle, cardboard, drywall. Every piece. • If you are able to pile your residue, then operate a second shift to rerun your residue from the first shift and see what you are missing. Dirt stuck to plastic falls off, steel that was buried now gets pulled, all kinds of things happen and rerunning may save you big dollars later. • Shredding the residue to reduce the volume of outbound loads will help too. • Determine where most of your residue is coming from. Is it one type? One customer? Adjust you price structure accordingly. • If you purchase a shredder and screener, that will help. If you have nowhere to go but the landfill, you must figure out additional markets for the residue. Most of the residues include mattresses, carpet, light plastics and miscellaneous junk. Find the market for all this material and you will reduce your costs. • Mattresses are easily shredded with a low speed shredder and you can recover a substantial amount of steel. The fluff can be sent for fuel. • Shingles make up a lot of landfill weight and have become a problem with disposal lately because of less paving going on. If you can pile them for a while, you can shred and screen them and use those internally making roads and parking lots on your own properties. • Drywall shredded and screened is easy to get rid of to a whole lot of farmers. • One of the best ways to dispose of residue is to shred it for fuel to ship it to some sort of Cofired Plant. Even if the plant is not logistically worth the amount saved, use a web service for transportation options. Many operations use a backhaul from another Carrier to transport their product. The key is to reduce your cost, not necessarily

turn a profit. Zero is good here. • Carpeting often is difficult to recycle, but in some parts of the country, it is easier than in others. Get together with other C&D operators around the country and find out what they are doing with carpet and other materials. Get their contacts and share ideas. Adding more equipment like a shredder and screener does not come cheap. But the multiple operations they become involved with turn you from a mediocre recycling operation into a productive, producer of recycled materials. From the front end reducing mattresses and bulky waste and recovering the steel, to the back end shredding shingles, wood and residue, a shredder pays for itself multiple times over. A screen will assist you in more applications. Whether it’s screening ground shingles or drywall at 3/8-inches, dirt at - inch or concrete at 2-inches, you will be able to market several materials that you aren’t currently, with the small investment in a versatile addition. Join the GrinderGuy and other industry professionals at the C&D World Conference in Nashville, TN March 2527. For more information call 608-538-3552 or go to www.cdrecycling.org. PROFITABILITY FOLLOW-UP Following up on our 2011 year end profit increasing ideas, you can find that article herewww.askthegrinderguy.com : • Repair and Maintenance — All repairs should be completed, spare parts in stock; • Equipment Utilization — Rentals should be ordered; • Products — Production should be inventorying volumes; and • Advertising — Ads, Spots, should be running Also, for more helpful tips, advice and equipment, visit www.askthegrinderguy.com. Need us to visit your operation? Have a question? Drop us a line. Dave Whitelaw, grinderguy@ askthegrinderguy.com.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS ADVERTISE! May. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: April 6 Screening Equipment / Crushing Equipment Show: Waste Expo, May 1-3, Las Vegas, NV June. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: May 4 Wood Waste Recycling-Grinding, Screening, Coloring, Biomass Energy July... ADVERTISING DEADLINE: June 1 Scrap Processing Equipment / Balers, Shears, Shredders, Magnets August. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: July 6 C&D Recycling - Attachments, Picking Stations, Screens September. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: August 3 Crushing / Grinding / Screening / Shredding October. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: September 7 Asphalt & Concrete Recycling - Shingle Grinders, Crushers, Screens Pre-Show: TCIA

Ask the Grinder Guy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Leonardi introduces new M1 Blueshark cutting system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Legacy the first to offer tension fabric buildings with rigid frame, structural steel . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Waste not want not: From sewage to sustainable compost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 by Dawn Buzynski, Two Rivers Marketing CalCrush has the relliability they need with IROCK screen plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 by Gwen Pernie “Maximum” safety and comfort with SENNEBOGEN Maxcab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 U.S. Composting Council’s 20th Annual Conference and Trade Show. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

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KEWANEE, IL — The new BC472RB refuse compactor from BOMAG offers the performance and durability of the company’s larger machines, but in a more compact package. Ideal for smaller landfills, the 52,900-pound compactor offers a sealed frame design, outstanding operator comfort, easy maintenance access and superior compaction capabilities. Featuring BOMAG’s exclusive PAKALL wheel design, the BC472RB utilizes polygonal compaction rings. The front wheel contains 50 teeth, and the rear wheel has 40. The machine eliminates air voids by shredding and crushing waste, allowing landfill operators to achieve greater density, preserve valuable airspace and extend the lifespan of their landfills. The BC472RB comes with a hydrostatic drive system for superior control and traction. Powered by a 255 hp Deutz water cooled diesel engine, the

hydrostatic drive efficiently transfers power and torque to the wheels, providing high pushing power while consuming low amounts of fuel. Like the larger compactors in the BOMAG line, the BC472RB features a sealed frame and hubs, which protect major drive components and prevent debris from entering the engine compartment. The compactor has 23.6inches of ground clearance and an articulating/oscillating center joint, helping to maintain greater wheel contact, control and maneuverability. Adjustable scraper bars and wire cutters keep the wheels free of debris to maintain traction and allow maximum tooth penetration. In addition to offering superior compaction to extend landfill lifespan, the BC472RB also reduces maintenance costs and labor. A central lubrication system automatically greases all major joints, eliminating the need for regular

The BC472RB comes with a hydrostatic drive system for superior control and traction.

manual greasing. The vertically opening hood and lower access door provide complete access to all engine maintenance points. Operator comfort and ergonomics are also enhanced with the BC472RB. Joystick controls allow the operator to drive the machine from a natural position, thereby reducing fatigue, and cab noise is minimized for a quiet operat-

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North Carolina company named top composter in U.S. RALEIGH, NC — McGill Environmental Systems, a North Carolina based organics recycling company, has been named the 2011 Composter of the Year by the U.S. Composting Council, the national trade association for compost manufacturers. The award was presented at a luncheon during the USCC’s annual conference in Austin, Texas on Jan. 19. The Composter of the Year award honors the best U.S. commercial scale composting company. McGill is the first Carolinas company to receive the award and was selected for its 20 years of achievements in compost production, marketing and education. “Being named composter of the year is a tremendous honor,” says Noel Lyons, McGill president. “It serves as acknowledgement by our peers that McGill has made a real and lasting contribution to the promotion of composting as an industry across the U.S.”

BOMAG from 5 and a master battery disconnect switch. Optional equipment includes a hydraulic oil temperature gauge, decelerator pedal, cab protection grids, service platforms, a rotary beacon, special paint, charcoal cab filtration and an 11.8-foot refuse blade. For more information on the BC472RB refuse compactor or the complete BOMAG product line, including light compaction equipment, single drum vibratory rollers, tandem drum vibratory rollers, steel wheel rollers, pneumatic tired rollers, recyclers/stabilizers, refuse compactors and milling machines, contact BOMAG Americas, Inc., 2000 Kentville Rd., Kewanee, IL 61443. Call 309853-3571, toll free 800782-6624, fax 309-8520350, e-mail info.bomag@bomag.com or visit the BOMAG website at www.gobomag.com/refuse-compactors.

McGill has regional operations centers near Raleigh, NC, Wilmington, NC.and Waverly, VA, as well as three facilities in Ireland, and employs nearly 100 people. Founded in eastern North Carolina in 1991 by

Jim McGill and Noel Lyons, McGill specializes in composting biodegradable materials from industrial, municipal and agri-business sources. The company recycles about 400,000 tons of waste materials annually

to manufacture 370,000 cubic yards of compost products for professional landscaping, sports turf, erosion control and agricultural markets. In addition to compost manufacturing and compost sales, McGill also offers mobile

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CANTON, SD — Mark your calendars. Terex Roadbuilding announces two spring paving service school dates for Terex® BidWell automatic roller pavers and workbridges. The two day training sessions are scheduled for Thursday, April 26 and Friday, April 27, and Wednesday, May 2 and Thursday, May 3. The classes will be held in Sioux Falls and Canton, SD. Created specifically for paver owners, operators, service technicians and inspectors, the service school strikes the right balance between classroom instruction and hands-on field demonstrations. The classes offer in-depth discussion for paver and workbridge setup, operation and service, and are taught by seasoned service and field instructors. “Students will learn how to spec and set up our pavers for some of

the most complex paving applications, and we cover what options are available to improve paving efficiency,” says Dean Johnson, service manager for Terex BidWell. “We also discuss the symptoms of machine aging, what to look for and how to diagnose and correct issues.” The first day features in-class discussion and instruction at the Best Western Ramkota Hotel and Conference Center in Sioux Falls, SD. The series of lectures include: bridge, airport, highway and slope paving techniques; machine setup; texture and curing; controller adjustment and troubleshooting; skewed deck paving; screed rail and chair setup and thin bonded overlays. “We have designed the classes for contractor interaction with instructors and each other,” says Aron Sweeney, service school coordinator.

Day two includes a shuttle to Canton for hands-on paving demonstrations with Terex BidWell pavers, where students put their classroom training into practice. Instructors show the students proper paver setup and operation for standard as well as skewed pours. The final highlight of the day is a guided tour of the new 80,000-square-foot Terex Bid-Well office and manufacturing facility. For class registration or for more details, visit www.bid-well.com. Registration deadline is one week prior to the session date. There is no limit to the number of attendees a company can send, but classroom size is capped at 50. Tuition for the two day class is $200 and includes meals and transportation to and from the airport, hotel and Terex Bid-Well facility. Session attendees receive discounted hotel room rates

The classes offer in-depth discussion for paver and workbridge setup, operation and service, and are taught by seasoned service and field instructors.

at the Best Western Ramkota in Sioux Falls. Room reservations can be made either online at www.siouxfalls.ramkota.com or by calling 605336-0650. Prospective students can also call Aron Sweeney at 800-843-0824 or e-mail him at (aron. sweeney@terex.com) for further information. Terex Corporation is a

diversified global manufacturer of a broad range of equipment that is focused on delivering reliable, customer driven solutions for many applications, including the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries. Terex reports

in five business segments: Aerial Work Platforms; Construction; Cranes; Material Handling, Port Solutions and Materials Processing. Terex offers financial products and services to assist in the acquisition of equipment through Terex Financial Services. More information can be found at www.terex.com.

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New remote operated Creep Drive allows operators to control the Stone Slinger and maneuver the truck from outside the cab. MISSISSAUGA, ON — W.K. Dahms Mfg. Ltd. has successfully launched a new generation of remote controls for Stone Slinger truck conveyors that can dramatically reduce the time to unload and place aggregate loads with precision. The new Stone Slinger™ Creep Drive system provides operators with a remote control feature that not only controls the speed and direction of the conveyor, but allows the operator to remotely maneuver the truck itself around the jobsite. The operator now has a single set of controls to run the conveyor and reposition the truck for ideal placement of the material, without returning to the truck. The truck and the Stone Slinger become a fully integrated material delivery system. Scott Nelson, manager of W.K. Dahms, reports that the first of the new Stone Slingers equipped with Creep Drive was delivered at the end of August to John Da Silva of Rock Concrete Forming Ltd. in Mississauga, Ontario. After putting the Stone Slinger through its paces for a full season, Da Silva says, “If I was buying another truck, I wouldn’t get anything else — no question!” According to Da Silva, his investment in the Creep Drive feature has paid off well. “On a typical weeping tile job, the driver has to go back and forth to move the truck four or five times. And, each time, when you get into the truck, you have to turn the PTO off, drive the truck, put the air brakes on again and restart the PTO. It’s the time saving that pays you back.” The right place to be By using the remote control to move the truck, the operator remains outside the cab to keep the material flowing until the load is completely delivered. Da Silva says that

getting out of the truck is the right place for operators to be. “You get out here and you can see everything. We are always working in very tight spaces. You can watch the wheels and the ground more closely than if you’re steering from the cab. You

won’t ever put the truck into a pothole or a ditch, so you never have to wait for another truck to come and pull you out!” The Stone Slinger Creep Drive adds a complete hydrostatic drive system to the standard powertrain of the truck.

A hydraulic driven gearbox is inserted into the driveline. A CAN Bus panel controls all hydraulic and operating functions and communicates with the remote, which the operator carries in a sling. Jobsite safety

designed in Nelson explains that safety was a key factor in Dahms’ design of the system. “The maximum speed the truck can achieve under hydraulic power is 2.5 km/h — a

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New Stone Slinger keeps operators out of the truck and on the job!


comfortable walking speed. The control circuitry receives constant feedback on the actual wheel speed from the truck. If the truck’s on an incline, the hydraulics will brake its speed automatically. Several fail safes are built in as well. If the wheel speed exceeds 4 km/h, the CAN Bus will shut down and stop the truck completely.”

Lower costs, better results Da Silva finds that the Creep Drive leads to better job quality, too, with less wasted material. Operators naturally tend to avoid extra walks back to the truck if they possibly can. By making it easy to move the truck into the best location, Creep Drive helps operators to distribute the material more precisely and consistently with no

extra time or inconvenience. For a contractor like Da Silva, that translates into lower costs for cleanup and for material. W.K. Dahms Mfg. Ltd. has been manufacturing the Stone Slinger truck conveyor system for more than 30 years and continues to set the standard for efficient delivery and placement of aggregate materials. The original Stone Slinger

concept was an innovation of W. Keith Dahms, who first fitted a truck body with an outboard rear conveyor to replace the traditional labourious and costly wheel barrow method of distributing material on construction sites. Stone Slinger today represents a diverse family of systems for precise, labour free placement of gravel and stone, sand, soil and

mulch materials. For further information on Stone Slinger truck conveyor systems, contact Scott Nelson, manager, W.K. Dahms Mfg. Ltd., P.O. Box 520, 3074 Sawmill Rd., St. Jacobs, Ontario, Cana-

da, N0B 2N0. Call 519664-3414, fax 519-6642082 or visit www. stoneslinger.com. Stone Slinger™ is a Canadian and U.S. registered trademark of W.K. Dahms Mfg. Ltd.

John Da Silva of Rock Concrete Forming has been running the first new Stone Slinger with remote-operated Creep Drive since the Spring of 2011.

The heart of the Creep Drive system is this CAN Bus panel which controls the hydraulic drive system and communicates with the operator's remote control console.

John Da Silva and his crews are able to reposition the Stone Slinger truck while they control the conveyor system from anywhere on the jobsite.

Stone Slinger Creep Drive helps operators to place aggregates more accurately in less time, with less effort and with less wasted material.


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Legacy the first to offer tension fabric buildings with rigid frame, structural steel SOUTH HAVEN, MN — Combining superior quality rigid frame engineering with the proven benefits of tension fabric, Legacy Building Solutions introduces its Legendary Building Series, the industry’s first line of fabric buildings to incorporate structural steel beams instead of open web trusses. This new engineering concept provides a high level of flexibility for a wide range of applications, including transfer stations, recycling facilities and storage buildings. Legacy buildings utilize a durable rigid frame in place of the hollow tube, open web truss framing traditionally used for fabric buildings. Unlike hollow tube steel, Legacy’s solid structural steel beams are not vulnerable to unseen corrosion originating inside a tube. Additionally, the structural steel has multiple coating options, including hot dip galvanizing, red oxide primer and powder coat paint. The strength of the structural steel frame provides several engineering advantages, most notably the flexibility to customize buildings beyond the confines of standard sizes to the exact width, length and height required. The design allows for much wider doors than possible with web truss, and adding side doors is simple as well. Structures can be modified to provide desired eave extensions and interior columns. They can also be engineered to handle additional loads for conveyors, sprinklers and even commodity loads on the sidewalls. Legacy buildings feature high quality polyethylene fabric roofs that eliminate the corrosion concerns associated with metal constructed facilities. A wide variety of PVC fabrics are also available. The durable fabric allows natural light to permeate the structure, while insulation can be added to meet energy

codes when required. Installation is faster than with conventional buildings, and the design can be adjusted for stationary or portable applications. Sidewalls can be customized and built with any desired material — including steel, paneling or siding — and then easily lined with fabric to prevent corrosion to the interior. Legacy steel compo-

nents and fabric covers are backed by a 15 year warranty. Legacy offers assistance from concept to completion, including renderings, foundation design, installation and project management. To date, Legacy’s in-house, professional installation crews have constructed over 25-million-squarefeet of fabric buildings. Legacy Building Solutions specializes in the

innovative design, engineering and construction of fabric-covered buildings for several different industries and applications. For more information, contact Legacy Building Solutions, 19500 County Rd. 142, South Haven, MN 55382. Call 320-2597126 or 877-259-1528, or visit the company’s website at www.legacybuildingsolutions.com.

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by Dave Whitelaw, GrinderGuy@askthegrinderguy.com The U.S. Composting

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Waste not want not: F rom sewage to sustainable compost Texas water treatment district takes holistic approach to biosolids composting

A load of brush goes into the HG6000 where it is ground into mulch that will be mixed with biosolids. by Dawn Buzynski, Two Rivers Marketing Over the last decade, Jerry Atkinson, general manager for Bell County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 (WCID No. 1) in Killeen, Texas, would watch biosolids from the District’s three wastewater plants being hauled away for disposal at various land sites thinking, “There must be a better way.” Atkinson said they were spending close to $75,000 each year to dispose of biosolids, residual byproducts of wastewater treatment. At the same time, the city of Killeen was having a problem with disposal of brush and green waste as well. It seems that both these entities were destined to collaborate to provide a solution for both issues and at the same time, offer a

valuable service to its residents and customers. As a result, in August 2011, the Bell County WCID No. 1 Regional Composting Facility opened. “That was the first day we began bringing biosolids from our wastewater treatment plants to the composting facility to begin the process of making a beneficial end product, which is compost,” says Atkinson. 250 tons of sludge The Texas Legislature established Bell County WCID No. 1 in 1952. The District serves more than 275,000 people in the region including municipalities of Killeen, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Nolanville, Belton and the largest U.S. Army base in the world — Fort Hood. Each day, more than 90 million gallons of

Jerry Atkinson, general manager for Bell County WCID No. 1, led the way in developing the new composting facility. Windrows of material in various stages of development are placed on a paved surface for environmental security and ease of handling.

material flows in and out of the water treatment plant. Before composting, on any given week, approximately 250 tons of Class B biosolids, commonly known as sludge, would be loaded onto trucks and transported from the wastewater plants to permitted land specified for biosolids disposal. In 2005, Atkinson says they seriously began to look at alternatives to this dumping process. “At that particular time, the district was disposing its biosolids on beneficial land use sites. In other words, we were applying the biosolids to the land,” says Atkinson. The process was quite burdensome, he explains. And, it was costly. Just to apply for a permit for a beneficial land use site cost the district $35,000. They even tried working with private landowners to avoid the permitting process. Still, costs to dispose solids ran up to $75,000 per year. It was during this time that an article in the Killeen Daily Herald reported that the city was having a problem with determining what to do with its brush collection. The city hauled brush and green waste to a landfill near a transfer station. The district’s board of directors began discussions about a regional compost facility that would take these two waste products and create a beneficial product. Feasibility study Once the decision was made to pursue the prospect of a compost facility, the District went to Lockwood Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) an environmental engineering firm in Houston. They are known for their experience in the design and build of public works and energy facilities. In the past, the district had worked with LAN when it built its newest wastewater treatment plant. “LAN has environmental and wastewater divisions, so they are not rookies with a project like this,” Atkinson says. “They have the experience with biosolids management, the permitting of these types of facilities and the understanding of what was needed for a viable, solid state of the art facility.” The first order of business was to conduct a feasi-




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bility study. Many issues had to be considered and resolved before a shovel could break ground. Environmental work and finding a location for the facility, needed to take place. Talks began with the City of Killeen to lease the property where the city was currently disposing of its brush. It was quickly determined that this site was the most conducive to a compost facility, and the city agreed to a long term lease for 20 acres of land for the facility. From that point, the district and LAN started visiting other compost facilities where they observed the site layout and how others approached the composting process. Based on these observations, Atkinson quickly determined what would and would not work in his district. “We spent a year or so doing our homework,” he says. “As we went around the state observing what other sites were doing, the staff and I began to gather data on what we liked about other facilities and things we did not like about them. We discussed the convenience for the citizens and what our citizens may like and not like in a facility.” He determined that site layout was an important factor. The district wanted the most environmentally friendly layout with the least amount of intrusion and impact on nearby residents. Much thought went into how the facility would be designed. Safety was the primary consideration. It was decided that the brush grinding area would be located in the back corner of the facility, far from where employees work and traffic flows in and out of the facility. The newer windrows would be located in the lower area of the site to stay out of the wind and minimize odors for area residents. “Finishing windrows” would be located closer to the front for final screening and easy pickup. Right on the money After the feasibility study, a scope of work was developed and the arduous process to fund the project began. The district and LAN set the budget at $4.5 million — $3 million for construction and $1.5 million for equipment. One thing they wouldn’t do, Atkinson says, is have the resident customers foot the bill. The district did not want to skimp on what they had planned for the facility, so they decided to wait on construction until the economic climate was more favorable. “We did not want to burden the residents of this area with additional tax dollars or with an increase in their water and waste rates,” he says. “So we determined that we would build the facility with the money that we had. In 2008, the price of fuel had jumped and construction costs were very high. It wasn’t until 2009 when we began the bid process for construction.” The construction contract was awarded to F.T. Woods Construction Company of Georgetown, Texas. As construction moved forward, the next task was to

Yard waste is loaded into the Vermeer HG6000 for initial grinding.

Vermeer's total approach to providing equipment for the application, makes Bell County's facility a picture perfect operation. procure the necessary equipment for the compost Then, they come back around with a second layer of facility. Atkinson put this important task into the brush. The ratio is 1.5 part of mulch to 1 part hands of his wastewater superintendent, Wayne biosolids. Once the “burrito” is in place, the CT718 Lovett and facility supervisor, Matt Atkinson. It was goes down the windrow and mixes it all together. their job to research equipment manufacturers, hold It takes approximately four days for the windrow to initial meetings and provide the recommendation for come to temperature, anywhere from 115 to 160 the district. The staff made the recommendation to degrees Fahrenheit. If the temperature is not in that Atkinson to go with Vermeer® and Wildcat® equip- range, either they will add water to increase internal ment from Vermeer Texas-Louisiana. temperatures or they will turn the pile to reduce the “Vermeer captured our attention with their down to heat if necessary. The windrow will spend about 15 earth approach. They seemed truthful in what they days in this “cooking phase.” Then it will cure for 30 were telling us about their products. They seemed days. After the 45 days, the compost is put through truthful with how they would work with us, especial- the trommel outfitted with a 3/8-inch screen. It is ly if a problem would occur with the equipment. Then then that the compost is considered finished and there was cost; Vermeer offered us a package deal ready for sale. that saved the District a substantial amount.” Three types of compost are available, each in Bell County WCID No. 1 purchased a Vermeer various grades. Contractors can order compost by the HG6000 grinder, a Wildcat CT718 compost turner trailer load. Even residents can drive in and help and a Wildcat TR521 trommel. Jeff Bradley, environ- themselves to compost that is placed in self-serve mental application engineer for Vermeer Corporation bins near the entrance. and Wildcat products (a subsidiary of Vermeer), A very clean product explains that they try to be different from other manBell County WCID No. 1 is one of very few facilities ufacturers in that they look at the entire application that go through the certification process from the as a whole and not focus just on the equipment. U.S. Composting Council. According to Atkinson, “As an application engineer, my focus in not on the samples have tested very well and the district can equipment but what the customer is trying to accom- now label its product with the U.S. Composting plish,” says Bradley. “We strive to provide the equip- Council’s Testing Assurance Program seal. ment suitable for their application. We want our Part of the initial planning included development of customers to see us as their partner; we want to a marketing plan to build a customer base for the share our expertise to help them succeed. In turn, compost. The district sent information on the facility that makes Vermeer successful.” to landscapers, nurseries and Texas DOT contractors The compost recipe in a 50 mile radius of the site. News releases went out The recipe of the district’s compost is very basic. It’s and a grand opening was held in December 2011 with Class B biosolids and brush. The ratio is 1.5:1, brush more than 100 people from around the state attendto biosolids. ing. “We tried different ratio mixes,” says Wayne Lovett, By the time the facility was open for business, the WCID No. 1 wastewater superintendent. “We wanted price tag of the project landed around $3.3 million, to see what would work best for us. We built a few which was $1.2 million less than budget. This includrows and experimented with various mixes. The tem- ed approximately $123,000 of landscaping to perature was the indicator. We selected the mix based beautify the area, including ponds populated with on which came to temperature and held the best.” fish, a sprinkler system and a working windmill. “We Each day, brush is brought to the facility and did not cut any expense in making the facility attracprocessed into mulch, using the Vermeer HG6000 tive to the people who were going to use it,” Atkinson grinder. Then biosolids from the wastewater treat- says. ment plants are placed in a holding area in another Atkinson says they expect to compost approximatepart of the facility. From there the windrows are ly 35,000-cubic-yards in the first year, making the created. Bell County WCID regional compost facility the Lovett explains that the process of building a largest in Texas. “I think it’s important to understand windrow is like making a burrito. A layer of wood that before we sold one load, we were saving money,” mulch is laid down first, then a layer of biosolids. says Atkinson.


SENNEBOGEN accelerates turnaround, reduces cost in Charleston Port with supersized electric drive scrap handler The port facility receiving scrap metals for the nearby steel mill is now unloading barges and filling haul trucks 25 percent faster with its SENNEBOGEN 880 R-HD material handle. HUGER, SC — After commissioning a new 370,000-pound SENNEBOGEN scrap handler at the Kinder Morgan Energy Partners barge facility in the Port of Charleston; the truck fleet use was reduced by 25 percent while still keeping pace with customers’ demand for material. Faster turnaround for Kinder Morgan’s fleet of 100 ton haulers and reducing the impact of rising fuel costs were the main points when SENNEBOGEN approached Kinder Morgan with the concept of the 880 R-HD material handler three years ago. “We move between 1.5 and 3.5 million tons of material out of port here every year,” says Terminal Manager Daryle Wall. “The volumes of our facilities in this area have provided us with experience using every kind of material handler, crane or excavator you can name. We were already looking for an alternative in 2007, when SENNEBOGEN came to us with their idea for the largest electric drive scrap handler in the country. We saw that we had as good a location as you’d want for this type of machine, so we decided to work with SENNEBOGEN on the project.” Constantino Lannes, president of SENNEBOGEN LLC, welcomed Wall’s interest in the project. “It took a leap of faith for Kinder Morgan to step up to the 880 RHD,” he says, “but their application here and their experience with our equipment made them the ideal partner. SENNEBOGEN led the adoption of electric drive material handlers in America. No one had produced an electrically powered unit as large as this, so we needed a test bed to prove the engineering. The 880 R-HD would be a prototype, and it would take time to build and refine the new machine. “We knew we were

the guinea pigs. We didn’t know if it would work, but we wanted to try because of the future savings which, with the way fuel costs have gone up,

turned out to be a pretty good decision,” said Wall. Since the new machine went into operation, diesel deliveries are down more that 20 percent, saving the facility significant costs on a monthly basis. More throughput with a smaller bite

At Kinder Morgan’s Berkeley Operations, a fleet of haul trucks carry up to 140-cubic-yard per load from the dock to nearby stockpiles. At dockside, the unloading facility had been using rope cranes fitted with 22 yard grapples. The grapple on the 880 R-HD

machine is half the size, with just a 10-yard capacity, but it keeps the trucks cycling faster, with larger loads. “Our other cranes are big and run much slower for the job,” says Wall. “They couldn’t accurately fill up the corners of the truck like you can with

the smaller grapple. The trucks are moving more towards their capacity at 140-cubic-yard than the 110 to 120-cubic-yard we were getting. The 880 R-HD can also run two complete loading cycles per minute into the



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Electric is simpler Along with the fuel savings, Wall says that switching to electric drive saves other operating costs as well. “We don’t have to worry about oils, lubricants or engine rebuild costs,” Wall continues. “With a diesel engine, you have the possibility of overheating, which is completely eliminated with the electric motor. The electric motor is a much better solution, causing less downtime. Electric is simpler, much more reliable, much more “accurate” so it eliminates overheating. And it’s quieter, so it’s even better for the operators.” Wall notes that the SENNEBOGEN cab was also welcomed by his operators. “With the cab extended up and out, the operators are able to view the entire barge at once. We have operators asking to transfer down here for that job!” Commitment pays off Having taken a risk to collaborate with SENNEBOGEN on commissioning America’s first 880 R-HD, Wall says the new machine has more than met expectations. “I can’t give enough credit to the SENNEBOGEN

service team, Jim Westlake and Bob Marean. They worked through all the ‘interesting’ challenges that came up along the way — there’re no better guys out there. Being so new, there weren’t a lot of mechanics anywhere trained on this, but they and our dealer’s mechanics have been great about coming out and working along-

side our mechanics. And, they’re continuing to stay in touch, monitor the machine’s use and servicing, along with talking to our operators.” “We all committed to this project and it has taken us out further than we ever dreamed,” Wall concludes. SENNEBOGEN has been a leading name in the global material han-

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CalCrush has the reliability they need with IROCK screen plants by Gwen Pernie

The IROCK TS-512 is a 100 hp tracked screener with a 9.2-cubic-foot feeder capacity. As the nation’s infrastructure becomes increasingly in need of repair or total replacement in many places, a sustainable supply of quality aggregates for highway construction becomes more important. According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the demand for all types of aggregates in 2007 and 2008 was approximately 2.5 to 3 billion tons per year. More importantly, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) estimates the annual need for pavement aggregates at approximately 700 million tons. Bill Langer, a USGS aggregates research geologist, notes that in order to meet the current and

future infrastructure needs over the next five years, a 70 percent increase in annual aggregate production may be required. Therefore, it is with this increasing need that recycled concrete becomes an important resource. Recycled products can replace virgin material. CalCrush of Ripon, CA recognized this need more than a decade ago. It was April 12, 2000 when they first began recycling concrete paving materials. According to Charlie Evans, primary owner of CalCrush, the company recycles an array of raw products ranging from concrete, asphalt and brick, to

CalCrush owners Charlie and Cheryl Evans stand outside of their Ripon, CA headquarters. block and tile, all originating from sources throughout California and northern Nevada. He said that these recycled materials ultimately become road base, rip rap, manufactured sand and other aggregates designed for asphalt and concrete. Evans said that CalCrush chose the IROCK TS-512 screen plant because it fits well with many different types of rock crushers. When outfitted with the track propulsion system, the TS-512 is able to get into small and tight jobsites. With this kind of flexibility and portability, the crews can process material where it is stockpiled. This saves customers the cost of hauling raw materials from the stockpile to the crusher. Anthony Beato serves as the general manager of CalCrush, Ripon, CA.




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Since buying the first one from Maxim Equipment of Stockton, CA, CalCrush purchased a second TS512. “We acquired one in 2010 and the second in 2011,” he said. “One of our TS-512 is currently working on-site at the Edwards Air Force Base,” Evans said. “It’s screening behind a tracked 3055 jaw crusher. We are making three different concrete products with it, a 4x2inch, a 2x1-inch and a 1-inch minus. Our other TS512 is on location screening material behind a tracked 4250 horizontal shaft impactor. That one is making 3/4-inch minus aggregate base.” Evans added that they have also been impressed with the TS-512’s production rate. “We can get 300 plus tons per hour past the 5x12-foot screen box,” he said. “That is a tall order for a 5x12-foot box to handle, but the IROCK is up to the challenge.” “One of the unit’s greatest assets is its simplicity. It is not overly automated, so you don’t have to be a

Screened material is conveyed to a stockpile for future sale.

Brian Evans operates a CAT 325C excavator, as he loads concrete debris into one of CalCrush's portable crushers. rocket scientist to work it. We like the idea that someHe added that the top deck screen dimensions are one with entry level training is able to operate and 12x5-feet and the bottom deck are 10-feet 4-inches x maintain the equipment. It is also very fuel efficient 5-feet with a feeder capacity of 9.2 cu/m. It is and so far very reliable,” he said. powered by a Cat C4.4 TA (TIER III) 100HP engine. Sean Donaghy, national aales manager for IROCK For more information on CalCrush please visit Crushers LLC, added, “The set up time of the TS-512 www.calcrush.com or contact Anthony Beato, is quick and efficient due to its integrated compo- CalCrush general manager, at 209-564-2942 or nents and systems. In addition, the layout of the unit Anthony@calcrush.com. For more information on is convenient. Its easily accessible components and Maxim Equipment visit their website at systems make repairs simple.” www.maximequipment.com/index.html or call 209 He noted that the IROCK TS-512 Tracked Screener 942-3000. weighs 59,535-pounds and is 9-feet 10-inches wide, 51-feet 10-inches long and 10-feet 6-inches high.

Brian Evans loads the hopper on one of CalCrush's portable crushers.

IROCK Crusher offers high volume screeners as well by Gwen Pernie According to Sean Donaghy, national sales manager for IROCK Crushers LLC of Oakwood Village, Ohio, the IROCK TS-512 tracked portable screening unit, is a relatively new product to the IROCK Crusher line. It has been manufactured since 2010. The tracked screener offers a wide range of applications such as sand, gravel, topsoil and aggregates. “Several big advantages of the screening plant is that they reduce energy costs because of their technologically advanced engine systems,” he said. IROCK Crushers LLC is located in Oakwood Village, Ohio. It started doing business in 1991 under the ownership of Ken Taylor. IROCK supplies products to the United States and Canada providing a full line of portable crushing and screening plants. The IROCK line is designed for use in processing quarry rock, sand and gravel, recycled asphalt, concrete and demolition debris with typical production rates of 50-650. For more information on IROCK crushers and screeners, contact Sean Donaghy at 330-931-9595 or e-mail sale@irockcrushers.com.



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While clear visibility from the cab helps to improve productivity, it also contributes to safety by reducing operator fatigue through long working shifts. The maXCab’s heated air suspension seat adjusts to the individual preferences for reaching the control levers and foot pedals. Automatic heating and air conditioning continuously self-adjusts the inside air temperature

through eight separate air vents for an even, comfortable cab climate. The maXCab is offered with a choice of SENNEBOGEN’s high rise systems which elevate the cab to heights up to 19.4-feet. As well as standard vertical elevation, option configurations include an articulating boom that allows operators to move the cab “up and out” over the undercarriage, or to

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New model meets Tier 4 interim emissions requirements RACINE, WI — Case Construction Equipment today launched its CX470C full sized excavator. The machine is the newest in the Case C Series excavator line that features increased fuel

efficiency, productivity and improved serviceability and operator comfort, while achieving Tier 4 Interim certification. The new Case CX470C excavator replaces the company’s CX470B model. It features Tier 4 Interim certified cooled exhaust gas recircula-

tion (CEGR) technology that burns cleaner while delivering superior horsepower. The CX470C, rated at 362 net hp, is available in Long Undercarriage (LC), Retractable Undercarriage (RTC) and Mass Excavator (MEX) models, with operating weights ranging

from 105,300 to 108,600pounds. The CX470C models are roughly 1,100pounds heavier than the previous model for improved capacity. The CX470C MEX is designed for heavier loads and larger buckets (up to 4.13-squareyards), achieving higher

The CX470C MEX is designed for heavier loads and larger buckets (up to 4.13-square-yards or 3.16 m3), achieving higher productivity in large excavation jobs and high volume truck loading.

The new Case CX470C excavator replaces the company's CX470B model. It features Tier 4 Interim certified cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) technology that burns cleaner while delivering superior horsepower.

productivity in large excavation jobs and high volume truck loading. The Retractable Undercarriage version provides undercarriage width adaptability for transport between jobsites. “In today’s extremely competitive economy, contractors need machines that will reduce operating costs and boost productivity. The new Case CX470C excavator delivers both,” said Tim O’Brien, brand marketing manager, Case Construc-

tion Equipment. “The CX470C joins a product line from Case that sets new standards in fuel economy, productivity and operator environment,” O’Brien said. Like other excavators in the Case C Series, the new CX470C features Case Intelligent Hydraulic System technology that reduces total fuel consumption and improves performance. Boom Economy Con-

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Maxcab from 26 tion. Established in America in the year 2000, SENNEBOGEN LLC has quickly become a leading provider of specialized equipment solutions for recycling and scrap metal yards, barge and port operations, log handling, transfer stations and waste facilities from coast to coast. A growing network of distributors supports SENNEBOGEN LLC sales and service across the Americas, ensuring the highest standard of professional

machine support and parts availability. For more information on the full line of SENNEBOGEN green line material handlers, contact Constantino Lannes, president, SENNEBOGEN LLC, 1957 Sennebogen Trail (formerly 7669 Old Plank Rd.), Stanley, NC 28164. Call 704-347-4910 or fax 704-347-8894, e-mail sales@sennebogenllc.co m or visit www.sennebogen-na.com.


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trol (BEC) automatically reduces engine RPMs and hydraulic power to the boom when speed and power is not a priority, such as when swinging back to the hole. Swing Relief Control (SWC) technology manages the hydraulic power allotted at the start of the swing operation, and Spool Stroke Control (SSC) creates an auto-

matic pressure adjustment to meet demand during digging operations, but without building unnecessary pressure. Then, the feature of Auto Economy Control (AEC) lowers RPMs when the joysticks are inactive. Also boosting fuel economy and performance are engine improvements such as computer-controlled fuel deliv-

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ery and variable geometry turbocharging, as well as automatic matching of engine performance and RPMs to power demands and hydraulic system requirements. “Typical CEGR systems lose fuel efficiency, but with the Case Intelligent Hydraulic System technology and engine improvements, we’ve actually increased fuel effi-

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ciency on the Case CX470C excavator by five percent over our previous B Series model,” O’Brien explained. “And all of our Case C Series excavator models continue to be in the top of their class for productivity.” Increased productivity With up to five percent faster cycle times than the previous model, the new Case CX470C exca-

vator can move more material and load more trucks per hour. Along with faster cycle times, the new Case excavator offers operators smoother and easier control and maneuverability. The CX470C excavator provides six percent more lift capacity than the previous B Series model. With its standard arm length of 11-foot 1-inch, the Case

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CX470C excavator has a maximum dig radius of 39-feet 4-inches, a maximum dig depth of 25-feet 4-inches and a dump height of 25-feet 5-inches. The boom and arms, as well as the mainframe and undercarriage structure, have been redesigned for this additional capacity, delivering improved, world class durability. Its standard arm digging force is 42,490pound-foot and standard bucket digging force is 55,530-pound-foot. Available Power Boost technology increases both of these values by approximately 10 percent. The CX470C features a 172 gallon fuel tank and a 122 gallon hydraulic system. Improved operator environment “The Case CX470C excavator provides a highly functional and comfortable environment for the operator, an important consideration in achieving maximum machine productivity,” O’Brien said. Noise reduction improvements, including vibration refinement on the cab’s reinforced tubular structures, create an extra quiet cab environment, with automotive like noise levels as low as 72 dBa. “It’s like being in a car even when the excavator is running at full throttle,” O’Brien noted. As in other eight percent. Standard rearview and optional sideview cameras feed video to a 7inch high definition LED monitor in the cab, enhancing operator confidence and jobsite safety during machine operation. “The large, clear monitor in the Case C Series excavators compares favorably to what you’d find in a luxury automobile,” O’Brien said. The LED screen also presents to key operating data, including a new function which provides fuel consumption per hour. “Operators can use this information to refine fuel efficiency for their particular operation,” he said. The machine’s low profile design also enhances visibility from the cab, efficiently accommodating Tier 4 emission sys-

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tem components without compromising the operator’s view of the jobsite. The CX470C excavator also includes a standard air suspension seat and an in-cab auxiliary hydraulic setting system with a new option for 10 memory recall, attachment flow settings to make tool changes quick and easy for operators. These improvements in operator comfort features are complemented by the added safety of a full ROPS structure around the cab. Ease of maintenance “Extended service intervals for the Case C Series excavators help reduce operating costs,” O’Brien said. They are designed with 500 hour engine oil change intervals, 5,000 hour hydraulic oil change intervals and 1,000 hour greasing intervals with Easy Maintenance System bushings. The cab includes new access points to easily reach the air filter and fuse box. “The design of the CX470C excavator efficiently accommodates the redesigned engine, cooling and exhaust systems while offering excellent serviceability and operator visibility,” O’Brien said. The machines feature wide-open panels for easy access to service points and ground level access to grouped lubrication points. Full range of attachments Case offers a range of attachments for the

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650HP - Volvo Engine 600HP - John UR 92 Grinder Deere Engine - Demo Unit UR 82 Grinder - Rental Unit Price: $430,000 Price: $290,000 E-mail: theco@theco-inc.com Phone: 1-800-776-0335

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