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ACRI training reduces costly penalties and citations Alternative Case Resolution Initiative Training Workshop protects your company, your employees and your

assets from devastating fines and penalties GREEN BAY, WI — Catamount Consulting, LLC and Patton Boggs,

LLP have teamed up to provide an Alternative Case Resolution Workshop this spring in Green Bay, WI.

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has increased mine inspections, citations and penalties and

the March workshop will teach companies how to deal with MSHA inspections from the field to the courtroom. Mark Savit, partner at Patton Boggs, LLP and an expert in mining litigation and health and safety law, says “MSHA has definitely ramped up the number and variety of citations it is issuing. The only way a mining company can operate in this regulatory climate is to become as familiar as it can be with the MSHA citation process.” Key strategies can avoid costly citations and reduce your company’s legal and financial liability. “We have partnered with Catamount Consulting, LLC, a leader in MSHA, OSHA and work zone safety training, to provide industry experts who will teach you how to deal with MSHA from the moment the field inspectors arrive at your site, through the course of their inspection and after any citations are is-

sued,” said Mr. Savit. The U.S. Dept. of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has enacted the second phase in major reforms to enforcement and increased inspections of coal, mineral and aggregate mining operations. Since April, 2010, when the enhanced inspections began, citations and penalties have risen steadily. “MSHA has definitely ramped up the number and variety of citations it’s issuing,” said Mr. Savit. “It is clear that MSHA leadership favors more stringent enforcement as the primary way to ensure safety, and they are taking unprecedented action as of late.” Mine operators are particularly vulnerable to MSHA enforcement actions, as many citations carry penalties that can cripple the operating budget of a mining company. “I’ve never seen anything like this before,” said Mr. Savit, re-

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ACRI training reduces costly penalties and citations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Growing demand for color enhanced mulch fuels growth for Homer Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 by Randy Happel Shur-Co announces the launch of the 4500 Series Electric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Waste Management: Los Angeles replaces CBI portable grinder with an electric CBI 5800 . 16-17 by Diane Mettler GrinderCrusherScreen.com reaches new heights with Big Green Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 People On the Move . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 U.S. Composting Council announces hiring of its new executive director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

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Cover photo: Management, staff and crew of the Homer Industries wood processing/mulch coloring team includes: (LR) Todd Hahn (Sahara operator), Jason Hogan, Ed Ketchum, Kenny Eckert, Rafael Alvizo (Sahara operator), Brian Elias, Rafael Flores (Sahara operator), Josh Doherty, Scott Reposh, Kimberly Bell, Katina Haywood, Mike Fitzpatrick, Donna Clemmens, Jay Zimmerman, Sheryl Leslie, Richard Reposh.

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Growing demand for color enhanced mulch fuels growth for Homer Industries

Aerial view of Homer Industries 35 acre wood processing and mulch colorant operation located near Lockport, IL. Founded by Joe Reposh in 1935, the facility employs more than 100 people and has grown to become the largest producer of playground material and hardwood landscape mulch in the Midwest. by Randy Happel, Features Writer, Two Rivers has contributed to an increase in the volume of wood way expansion. Marketing, Des Moines, Iowa processed by Homer Tree Service — from 20,000 “I remember when I first got into the industry, I Ron Reposh succeeded his father, the late Joe tons annually less than a decade ago, to more than had the challenge of selling waste wood material at Reposh, as president and owner of Homer Tree 150,000 tons in 2011. Hahn joined the Reposh fam- the pallet company,” Hahn says. “I can recall asking Service Inc. after the senior Reposh established and ily business eight years ago after having spent sever- myself, ‘Who is going to buy all this waste wood and ran the company for many years. The visionary al years with a pallet manufacturing company. related byproducts?’ But things have certainly junior Reposh has helped guide Homer Tree Service Among his first contributions were to spearhead the changed since then. When I started here eight years down a path that has resulted in consistent growth development of an expanded product line, create new ago, I remember telling the owner that the issue for and leadership in the tree care industry. In 2003, the markets and offer additional services. Since then, us going forward was not going to be in selling it, but company launched a new division, Homer Industries, Hahn has seen the wood processing industry change rather securing enough of it to sustain our mulch LLC, when they recognized the opportunity that significantly. business.” converting recycled logs into a variety of mulch prodColor enhanced mulch takes off ucts had exciting potential for future growth. Hahn was right! Since expanding into the mulch “Land clearing is widely recognized as Homer Tree business, Homer Industries sales have skyrocketed. Midwest based wood processor Service’s specialty,” says Todd Hahn, director of Accordingly, Homer produces mulch year round, produces a variety of quality operations and marketing. “We complete projects which is an anomaly of sorts for many wood proranging from 2 to 500 acres and will travel pretty cessing/mulch producing entities. Hahn believes the landscaping and playground mulch much anywhere in the country where our servicgrowing acceptance of color enhanced mulch is a es are needed. Last year we completed land clearing Meanwhile, the Reposh family continues to be well major factor that has contributed to the increase in jobs in Texas, New York and Ohio, and have another represented within the company. Five of Ron Jr’s 10 demand for the company’s many branded mulch big project coming up in Alabama. We are proud of siblings are currently involved. Ron serves as presi- offerings. Not surprisingly, 2011 was a banner sales the reputation we’ve established as one of the pre- dent, who along with four of his brothers serves as year. According to Hahn, the company continued to mier land clearing and wood processing companies Homer’s management team. Additionally, the compa- move a fair volume of mulch late into the year last in the Midwest.” ny employs more than 100 tree care industry profes- year a sales activity that he’d not experienced since Dedication to conservation and sustainability sionals, all who work diligently to meet the tree care he started there. Hahn attributes the consistent growth and longevi- needs of a distinguished list of clients that includes “I was still moving material in December,” Hahn ty of Homer Industries to its employees’ hard work the Illinois Department of Transportation and recalls, “although not to the degree that we do in and the company’s commitment to environmental Menards Stores (site development) throughout the April, May and June. But it was certainly a surprissustainability. The addition of other products and Midwest and the City of Chicago. Recently, the ingly, respectable volume. Our primary customers services — including landscape mulch and play- Chicago O’Hare Airport Authority contracted with Homer 7 ground surfacing — has also been a major factor that Homer Tree Service to clear the way for a major run-


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A Homer Industries semi returns to the company’s wood processing facility to be filled with another load of quality colored mulch destined for one of many landscaping supply customers. The bulk of Homer products are shipped within a 120 mile radius of their Lockport, IL home base.

Ground wood chips being loaded into Homer Industries Sahara colorant machine. The company processes more than 150,000 tons of wood annually and offers a variety of branded colored mulch product offerings.

Colorbiotics mulch coloring is transportable by Jon M. Casey “Mulch coloring road show” Since purchasing their first Sahara X3 in 2004, Homer Industries has added another Sahara Coloring System to their inventory of equipment, a unit that is mounted atop a drop deck trailer. This configuration allows them to take the coloring machine to the customer in what Hahn calls it their mulch coloring “road show.” This innovative move has allowed the company to better serve their customers and enhanced profitability as well. “The Colorbiotics crew came out and helped us design a mobile unit that we can take to our cus-

tomers to color their mulch. This expands the flexibility of our coloring operation,” Hahn says. “Since we use two Vermeer® TG9000 tub grinders that we run full time in the yard here to do our grinding, we now have the ability to take one of those grinders along with the mobile Sahara X3 coloring machine to a customer’s site and do mobile grinding and coloring on a custom basis. I don’t know of many other mulch providers with the ability to provide that level of service. Plus, it’s a highly efficient operational approach for us.” Hahn also likes the fact that he can easily move the newer mobile

Sahara X3 around the Homer Industries yard. That helps in managing large piles of material by helping to maintain safe temperatures in those piles of mulch. “Instead of spending the money and taking time to restack the pile, we’ll color it. This alleviates having to add water to the pile to control hot spots. It expedites the coloring process and cools the product at the same time.” To learn more about the landscape mulch colorants and mulch coloring equipment offered by Colorbiotics, log on to www.colorbiotics.com or email info@colorbiotics.com.

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are located within a 120 mile radius of our suburban Chicago location. That tells me that despite being in the heart of the Midwest — where one wouldn’t necessarily think of mulch during the winter months — our landscaping related customers are already looking ahead to next spring’s anticipated demand.” Among the most successful of Homer’s mulch products is a colored landscape offering branded as ColorScape. Created specifically for decorative landscaping use, ColorScape is made from virgin double processed hardwood or recycled wood and is available in a wide variety of rich colors. The company will also produce nearly any custom color with a special order request. The company uses colorants and coloring equipment manufactured by Colorbiotics, Inc., headquartered in Ames, Iowa. According to Hahn, the recognition by landscapers, retailers and homeowners of the safety and vibrancy of color enhanced mulch has fueled tremendous growth in recent years, especially in areas of the country where colored mulch was viewed with skepticism in the not so distant past. “Landscapers and homeowners are embracing colored mulch now because it’s proven to be durable and the color holds true longer,” Hahn says. “The fact of the matter is that colored mulch actually retains its vibrancy much longer than uncolored fiber. Natural wood weathers faster, fades more quickly and actually decays at an accelerated rate compared to colored mulch. We started off producing a quality, dark all natural product for landscapers back in 2004. After a couple of years, we recognized the significant opportunity that producing a colored product had for our business.” That’s when Hahn started shopping for coloring equipment. After an extensive search, he decided on the Sahara® X3 offered by Colorbiotics. He was extremely satisfied with the results. “We’ve run a lot of material through that machine,” Hahn says. “I was sold on the professionalism and quality of Colorbiotics staff and the productivity and consistency of the Sahara System. It’s a simple machine to calibrate and operate and easy to maintain and repair. Next to product quality, one of the biggest things to me is the production rate. As you can imagine, in this business, reliability is key — especially in the crazy spring months.” Bright future ahead Hahn is optimistic about the future of Homer Industries, citing increasing demand for mulch products and biofuels for cogeneration energy facilities as factors that will affect growth. There is a flip side to the equation, however, as growing demand also results in challenges with sourcing raw materials. Hahn has aggressively pursues options to keep supplies in tune with demand, even reaching out to competitors when and where appropriate. “A big part of my job often involves other tree care contractors,” Hahn says. “Frequently, I talk to a lot of our competitors on the tree care side of the business. I welcome them to our yard because many of them are looking for a place to dispose of waste wood, trimmings and other waste materials. We’ll even haul for other contractors when they need us to. We also work with a lot of cities and municipalities and have contracts with them where we haul all their material and tree debris, whether we do the tree work or not. That’s given me more ability to control the demand we have for raw materials which gives us a variety of other sources for needed waste wood.” For more information about products and services produced by Homer Industries, visit the company’s website at www.homerindustries.com or call 815838-0863. To learn more about the landscape mulch colorants and mulch coloring equipment offered by Colorbiotics, log on to www.colorbiotics.com or email info@colorbiotics.com.


Shur-Co announces the launch of the 4500 Series Electric YANKTON, SD — Shur-Co®, LLC, a leader in the cover and containment industry for over 50 years, introduces its 4500 Series Electric roll tarp. The 4500 Series features a powerful new motor with an all metal casing and incredibly reliable magnetic brake.

With no need for electrical energy to actuate, there are no moving parts or electrical connections to fail. According to Mike Krajewski, Shur-Co National Marketing manager, the patent pending motor produces optimal torque. “This is important,” says

With no need for electrical energy to actuate, there are no moving parts or electrical connections to fail.

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Superior debuts new blog nicknamed Channel 72 MORRIS, MN — Superior Industries, a leading manufacturer of conveyor systems and components, launched a new blog at superior -ind.com/blog. Nicknamed “Channel 72,” the blog will be an outlet for the company to share commentary on the industries Superior serves, news on the products they launch and expert insights into more efficient material handling operations. “We’ll launch our latest product solutions here and share customer stories and operational advice,” said Mary Erholtz, Superior’s director of marketing. “Through our participation in industry associations, trade publications and advocacy groups, we’ll also use Channel 72 to share insights on trends and events that affect our companies and your companies.” Best of all, readers will be exposed to a little bit

of Superior’s entertaining, high speed culture. Channel 72 can be accessed via the company’s home page or by visiting superior -ind.com/blog. Posts will be updated every Thursday, sometimes more, but never less. Readers are also encouraged to leave comments and questions after reading posts to inspire constructive conversations on blog topics. Headquartered in Morris, MN, Superior Industries designs and fabricates a full line of conveying equipment, telescoping conveyors, supply erect systems, feed systems, conveyor idlers, pulleys, as well as other conveyor components. Besides Morris, the company operates from manufacturing facilities in Prescott Valley, AZ and Norcross, GA.

Krajewski, noting that, “it’s not just an increase, which can harm your tarping system.” He adds that the 4500’s flexible mounting bracket pivots on two different axes. “This accommodates the occasional bent roll tarp or uneven tarp roll and keeps your tarp tight and secure.” Krajewski points out that the 4500 Series is designed for dependabil-

ity and ease of installation. “You get plug and play convenience,” he says, “with our sealed control box and quick connect sealed SMARTwire™ harness. These features go a long way towards preventing corrosion of connectors and dramatically reducing install time.” In addition, a rubber boot on the arms’ flex elbow provides further protection

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Morbark Beever M18R -Single, Dually or Tandem Your Choice! -140HP to 275HP! Fall Clearance Specials Don’t Miss This Sale!


SUGGS EQUIPMENT SALES, INC.

Our 17th Year in Business Celebrating

Yard Location: 45245 U.S. Highway 280, Sylacauga, Alabama 35150 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 381116, Birmingham, Alabama 35238-1116

877-241-7756 Fax: 205-980-5766

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Web site: www.suggsequipment.com

Western Sales Representative Marcia S. Kirkland P.O. Box 18996 Reno, Nevada 89511 Phone: 205-566-0364 Email: marciaskirkland@att.net

Eastern Sales Representative Christopher A. “Chris” Suggs 45245 U.S. Highway 280 Sylacauga, Alabama 35150 Phone:205-470-5161 Email: seschris@hotmail.com

International Sales Representative Bobby G. Suggs P.O. Box 381116 Birmingham, Alabama 35238-1116

Phoe: 205-281-9370 Email: bobbysuggs@att.net

(3) Each 36”x140’ Stat Truss Conveyor, elec, w/ belting, walkways/handrails, supports (in photo) $32,500 each; 30”x60’ truss, elec, belt, legs $14,000; 30”x130’ truss, elec, belt, legs $24,500; (3) 36”x50’ truss, elec, belt, legs $16,000; 36”x65’ truss, elec, belt, legs $17,500; 36”x80’ truss, elec, belt, legs $22,500; (2) 36”x110’ truss, elec, belt, legs $28,500; 42”x25’ truss, elec, belt, legs $7,500; 42”x130’ truss, elec, belt, legs $38,500; 48”x65’ truss, elec, belt, legs $22,500

(30) USED READY MIX TRUCKS - MACKS - VOLVOS - INT’L front & rear discharge, (88-99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P.O.R.

HARRISON 10”x10” Sand Dredge, Cum 400 HP dsl eng, 40’ spuds, 20’ ladder with hyd driven cutter head, Pierce 10”x10” Sand Pump, cab, spare pump, spare transm (92) . .$85,000

1994 10’x10’Plant Control House, push button controls, AC, elevated approx. 20’w/ glass 50 Ton Two Comp Hopper, Self Support, w/42”x35’ Conveyor. ......$45,000 POWERSCREEN Model 1200 Port Screen Plant, 2,100 hrs, Deutz on all four sides, catwalks around house, access ladder, F.O.B. New Mexico . . . . .$45,000 20 Ton Split Disch Hopper, Self Support ......................................$18,000 dsl eng, 5’x10’ DD inc screen, (3) prod delivery conveyors, on rubber 1994 Enclosed to MESA Specs Motor Control Center two 40’enclosed containers w/AC tires w/ 5th wheel and running lights (01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$58,500 & dust control w/motor control boxes w/circuit breakers & starts for motors up to 300 HP F.O.B Albuequerque, NM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000

(4) 36”x80’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . .$25,000/ea. 36”x85’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . . . . . . .$28,500 42”x60’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . . . . . . .$23,500 42”x90’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . . . . . . .$38,500

EAGLE IRON WORKS 44”x32’ Sand Screw, Elec, New Outboard bearing, NEW GROVE MZ 82C Manlift Deutz dsl eng, 4x2 drive, 2,300 hours, 82’ LINERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$28,500 work height (99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19,500 EAGLE IRON WORKS Twin 36”x25’ Sand Screw, elec, urethan liners, speed reducer, hydrotex bearing, support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$28,500 Two (2) Each EAGLE IRON WORKS Twin 36”x25’ Sand Screw, elec, steel liners, open gear drive, hydrotex bearing, support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$16,500/Each

DRESSER 555 Wheel Loader, Cum NT855 Dsl, EROPS cab, htr, air cond, 6.0 YD GP Bucket w/BOCE, 29.5 X 25 tires @ 50% (89)..$39,500

GROVE RT522 Rough Terrain Crane, 22 ton, Detroit diesel, one winch, 70’ boom, 23’ jib, block (79) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32,500

EARTHMOVING EQUIPMENT CAT 980H Loader, 13,000 Hrs., EROPS, A/C, 29.5R tires @ 60% wr, 6.5 Yd bkt w/teeth (06) ............................................................................................................................$228,500 DRESSER 510C Loader, Dsl, OROPS, 1.5 YD bkt w/boce, 16.9x24 tires @ 50%, 1,800 Hrs (97) ..............................................................................................................................$18,500 DRESSER 555 Wheeloader, cab, htr, A/C, 29.5x25 tires @ 50%, 6.0 yd. GP bkt w/boce (89).. ..............................................................................................................................$45,000 (2) DUNBAR 1 Cu. Yd. Articulating Clamshell Machines, 15’ reach, 1.0 yd. clamshell bkt., stationary mount, electric/hydraulic drive & controls ..................................$15,000 Each EFFICIENCY 3,000 Gal. Water Tanker w/ gasoline fill pump for insert into 16 yd. dump body ................................................................................................................................$9,500 FRUEHAUF 3,500 Gal. Water Tanker w/ gasoline fill pump on two axle carrier w/ fifth wheel ..$9,500 IR SD100F Compactor, Cummins dsl., OROPS, drum drive (98) ................................$39,500 KOMATSU PC 48R-8 Excavator, 10,000 Lb., 3,400 Hrs, 24” bucket, OROPS, level blade (00) ..............................................................................................................................$28,500 LIEHBERR R974HD Hydraulic Excavator, Liehberr dsl. engine, mass excavat boom/tip, 6.0 cu. yd. bucket w/ teeth, A/C ........................................................................................$75,000 SULLAR 750DPQ Compressor, Det Dsl, 750 CFM @ 100 PSI, portable, low hours (74). . . $9,500 TEREX 3305B Hauler, Det. dsl., bed liners, good tires (77) ........................................$26,500 (2) Lube/Fuel Bodies w/ (5) each lube/oil tanks w/ air discharge, air comp., 600 gal. dsl. tank ......................................................................................................................$9,500 Each

36”x185’ Channel Frame Conveyor, elec, belt, supports (in photo) $45,000; 36”x190’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $48,500; 36”x240’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $55,000; (2) 36”x110’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $35,000 ea; (2) 36”x115’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $37,500 ea; (3) 36”x90’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $32,500 ea; 36”x80’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $28,500; (2) 36”x60’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $23,500 ea; (3) 36”x50’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $21,500 ea; (2) 36”x25’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $5,500 ea; (2) 36”x16’ Channel, elec, belts, supports $4,500 ea

GROVE RT 65S Hydraulic RT Crane, SN: 31415, Cat dsl. eng., 35 ton cap., 104’ bm., 32’ jib, hook blk., ball, 29.5x25 tires (70%), block & ball, painted (74). . . . . . . .$48,500

CRANES & LIFT EQUIPMENT CAT TH 83 Telehandler Forklift, 8,000 Lb. Cap, OROPS, 4 way steer, 4WD, (02) ........$28,500 CLARK 250 30,000 lb. Forklift, gas/propane, 15’ & 21’ mast ......................................$25,000 CLARK/LIMA 550TC Lattice Boom Truck Crane, 55 ton cap., Cummins up/down, 8x4, 3 drums, 170’ bm., 30’ jib, blk., ball (69) ................................................................$39,500 DROTT 3330 Industrial Crane, 6 ton cap, LP gas, 20’ bm, good tires (83)....................$6,500 GENIE Z60/34 Aerial Manlift, Deutz diessl, 4x4, 60’ work height (93)..........................$26,500 GROVE RT 65S Rough Terrain Crane, 35 ton cap., Detroit diesel eng., 4x4 drive, 4 way steer, one winch, 104’ boom, 32’ jib, blk. & ball (74) ....................................................$48,500 GROVE MZ82C Manlift, 82’ work height, Deutz dsl, 4x2 drive, 60” platform w/hyd rotator (98) ..............................................................................................................................$19,500 GROVE RT58 RT Crane, 14 ton cap., Detroit diesel, 4x4x4, 60’ bm, 30’ jib, blk. (74) $15,000 GROVE RT 522 RT Crane, 22 ton, Detroit diesel, 70’ + 23’ (79) ..................................$32,500 JLG 1250BT Crane (no truck), rated 12.5 tons, 57’ reach, painted (88) ......................$15,000 MANITOWOC 2900 T Series II Lattice Trk Crane, 8x4, rated 70 ton cap., Cummins diesel up/Cummins diesel down, 2 drums, 160’ boom, 50’ jib, blk.................................$79,500 MASTER CRAFT S-10-P-6 Forklift, rated 10,000 lbs., Perkins diesel, 21’ mast, rear steer, dual front tires/drive, painted (99) ................................................................................$12,500 NATIONAL 6T56 Boom Truck, 10 ton cap, 56’ boom, rear out, on Ford F800 chassis, Dsl (78) $16,500 P&H “OMEGA 25” RT Crane, rated @ 25 tons, Detroit diesel, 80’ boom, no jib, one winch, ATB, block & ball ..................................................................................................$32,500

EL JAY 6’X20’ Triple Deck Horizontal Portable Screening Plant, electric with screen cloths, directional chutes, on two axle chassis with 5th wheel (79) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$58,500

KOMATSU PC 45R-8 Hyd Excavator, Dsl eng, 3,800 hours, boom, stick, 24" bkt w/teeth, blade, OROPS, good uc (00) . . . . $28,500

CATERPILLAR Model 980H Wheel Loader, 12,900 Hrs, EROPS cab, htr, air cond, 29.5R25 Michelin Radial Tires @ 60@ wear remaining, 6.5 yard general purpose bucket with teeth...ONE OWNER...CAT MONITORED AND SERVICED (06) . . . . . . . .$228,500

TADANO TR 280 XL RT Crane, 28 ton cap., Mit. diesel, one winch, 72’ boom, 25’ jib, LMI/ATB system, block & ball (90) ......................................................................................$79,500 TAYLOR 22,500 Forklift, Detroit diesel, OROPS, 15’ mast ..........................................$23,500 ASPHALT EQUIPMENT BEARCAT 2,500 Gal. Asphalt Distributor, hydrostatic drive (PTO) air controls, 14’ spray bar, on Ford F800 w/ V8 gas engine (78) ..................................................................$18,500 CONCRETE EQUIPMENT & PLANTS SCHWING WP 750-15X Concrete Pump, Deutz Dsl, trailer mount, 2,200 Hrs (02) ..........$29,500 (30) Used Ready Mix Trucks - Macks, Volvos, Int’l - front & rear discharge - various ages..P.O.R. (3) Stationary Baghouses, 5,000 CFM to 7,500 CFM......................................................P.O.R. 7”x40’ Cement Screw w/ speed reducer, two 20’ sect with connects ............................$3,500 7”x40’ Screw Conveyor w/ speed reducer and motor mount ........................................$2,900 17”x30’ Screw Conveyor w/ speed reducer....................................................................$4,500 17”x30’ Screw Conveyor w/ speed reducer and motor mount ......................................$3,900 FEEDERS ALLIS CHALMERS 42”x20’ Vib Grizzly Feeder, 2 step, on stand, w/50 ton dump hopper (94) $55,000 SAUNCO 36S Feeder, electric w/ box............................................................................$12,500 Four (4) SYNTRON 36” High Frequency Feeders, complete w/controls (94) ..........$9,500/Ea. POWERSCREEN 30”x25’ Belt Feeders w/ supp., elec.....................................................$8,500 18”/24”/30” Belt Feeders up to 20’ long, electric ............................................................P.O.R.

All Prices are F.O.B stocking location and are subject to prior sale. Prices do not include disassembly and loadout of the equipment. Equipment is represented as accurately as possible but specifications are not guaranteed. All equipment is offered “AS IS” with no warranty and is subject to applicable sales tax.


SUGGS EQUIPMENT SALES, INC.

Our 17th Year in Business Celebrating

Yard Location: 45245 U.S. Highway 280, Sylacauga, Alabama 35150 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 381116, Birmingham, Alabama 35238-1116

877-241-7756 Fax: 205-980-5766

Web site: www.suggsequipment.com

EAGLE IRON WORKS 36”x8’ Portable Pugmill Mixing Plant, Detroit 6-71 MCLANAHAN 46”x30’Twin Shaft Logwasher, LIKE NEW IN EXCELLENT diesel engine, hyd. elevating legs/stabilizers, spray bar system, NEW radial CONDITION (07) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$98,500 tires, lights, rated 350-750 TPH, new paint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$58,500 EAGLE IRON WORKS 36”x24’Twin Shaft Logwasher, elec, open gear drive, grease lubricated bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$28,500

Western Sales Representative Marcia S. Kirkland P.O. Box 18996 Reno, Nevada 89511 Phone: 205-566-0364 Email: marciaskirkland@att.net

Eastern Sales Representative Christopher A. “Chris” Suggs 45245 U.S. Highway 280 Sylacauga, Alabama 35150 Phone:205-470-5161 Email: seschris@hotmail.com

International Sales Representative Bobby G. Suggs P.O. Box 381116 Birmingham, Alabama 35238-1116

Phoe: 205-281-9370 Email: bobbysuggs@att.net

24”x150’ Mast Type Radial Stacker, Man Rad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45,000 36”x150’ Tunnell Conveyor, 10’ diameter tunnell, 3/8” steel, galvanized, 6 30”x52’ Marco Radial Stacker, Man Rad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,000 feed points, four (4) each Syntron feeders, complete with belt, stands, 6” 36”x85’ Radial Stacker, Dual Tired, Man Rad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$28,500 36”x100’ Radial Stacker, Power Rad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$38,500 trough/return idlers, GOOD CONDITION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000 42”x90’ Radial Stacker, Man Rad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35,000

EL JAY 45” Portable Cone Crushing Plant, electric w/ El Jay 45” PIONEER 3042 Semi-Portable Jaw Crushing Plant, elec. powered, vibrating Grizzly CEDAR RAPIDS/EL JAY RC 54 II Cone Crushing/Screening Plant, equipped with 54" “Standard” Head Cone, 150 HP motor, 4’x14’ Double Deck Horiz Screen, TELSMITH 52" "Std" Head Cone Crusher, 250 HP motor, stand, lube system, feeder w/ hopper & 25 HP motor, 3042 jaw crusher w/ jaw dies @ 80% wr, new bear- "Std" Head Cone w/300 HP motor, 6' X 20' TD Horiz Screen with fines conveyor to product discharge conveyor on two axles w/ 5th wheel (1980) . . .$115,000 cooler, REBUILT w/NEW Manganese (91) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175,000 ings & rework on eccentric shaft 2 months prior to shutdown, on 2 axle carrier w/ 5th rear, support stands, catwalks w/handrails, good condition (98) . . . . . . . .$145,000 Optional: Fine Head Housing w/new manganese. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .add $45,000 wheel (unit now stationary, will take down & install running gear) (86) . . . .$155,000

METSO/SVEDALIA 8’x20’ TD “XH” Incline Screen, less motor, 36”x200’ Portable Roadable Conveyor on two axle chassis with fifth wheel MADILL Model MK-21 Mobile Sand Drag System, Cat dsl, capable of EAGLE IRON WORKS 8’x32’ Stationary Sand Classifying Plant, 9 station, 3 cell flume, drive belts, w/ mounting springs & cups, urethane cloth (3”, 1.5”, hookup and running lights, complete with belting, (3) pullout sections, (2) 65’ 1,200’ radius and 200’ depth dredging with 7 yd drag bucket. Requires Mark V Computer controls, supports (99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$65,000 3/4”), painted (89) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 sections and (1) 70’ section with independent drives . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000 D8/D9 Dozer size to stabilize (73) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$135,000

SCREENS... PORTABLE EL JAY 6’x20’ TD Horiz Port Screen, elec, with chutes, fines conv, two axle chassis (79) ......$58,500 FINLAY 8E30 Portable Wet Screening Plant, all elec., 4’x8’ DD incl. wet screen, new paint ....$28,500 POWERSCREEN 1200 RT Port Plant, Cum dsl, 5’x12’ DD Screen, 3 conv, hopper, 2,000 hrs (01) $58,500 SCREENS... STATIONARY ALLIS CHALMERS 8’x20’ “XH” Triple Deck Incline Screen, dual mech, bare screen................$37,500 ALLIS CHALMERS 6’x16’ Single Deck Hor Screen, overhead ecc, no mtr ................................$8,500 ALLIS CHALMERS 6’x16’ DD Incl Screen, complete on frame (88)..........................................$15,000 EL JAY 6’x20’ Triple Deck Horizontal Vib. Screen, w/ electric drive, screen cloth, mounted on frame, complete (88) ....................................................................................................................$45,000 HARTL 4’x8’ Double Deck Incline Vibrating Screen, w/ two side discharge conveyors, one rear discharge fines conveyor, hydraulic driven ..........................................................................$23,500 HEWITT ROBINS 5’x16’ TD Incline Screen ................................................................................$9,500 HEWITT ROBINS 5’x16’ Four Deck Incl Screen, on stand, less motor......................................$18,500 KOLBERG 5’x12’ DD Incl Screen, complete on stand (99) ......................................................$12,500 LINK BELT 4’x10’ DD Incl Screen, complete on frame (85) ........................................................$9,500 METSO 8’x20’ DD Incline, elec, on stand w/fines conv (04) ....................................................$58,500 TELESMITH 4’x10’ DD Incline Screen, elec, on stand..................................................................P.O.R. SIMPLICITY 8’x20’ Four Deck Incl Screen, on stand comp w/ motors, screen cloth, fines collection chuter w/ rear disch conv........................................................................................................POR SIMPLICITY 5’x14’ TD Incline Screen, support ........................................................................$12,500 SIMPLICITY 4’x12’ TD Incl Wet Screen, complete on stand (85) ............................................$12,500 CRUSHERS... PORTABLE CEDAR RAPIDS/EL JAY RC 54II Portable Cone Crushing/Screening Plant, elec., w/ 54” “std. hd.” cone crusher, 6’x20’ TD horizontal screen, on two axle carriers (94) ......................................$145,000 El JAY 45” “Standard Head” Portable Cone Crushing/Screen Plant, elec, 4’x14’ DD Horiz Screen,

Discharge Conv, on two axle chassis (80)............................................................................$115,000 GATOR PEX 1252 Portable Jaw Crusher, can accept up to 10” feed & crush to -1”, w/ 75 HP motor, 44”x16’ four stage vib. Grizzly feeder w/ 25 HP motor, prod. discharge conveyor (99) ......$58,500 PIONEER 3042 Portable Jaw Crushing Plant, elec., w/ vib. Grizzly feeder, 3042 jaw crusher, on two axle carrier (86) ......................................................................................................................$155,000 CRUSHERS... STATIONARY GUNDLACH 56” Double Roll Coal Crusher, (2) 25 HP motor ..................................................$18,500 WILLIAMS 330K2 Pulverizer Hammermill Crusher, requires 200 HP elec. motor, spare set of hammers w/ unit (88)........................................................................................................................$23,500 KUE KEN 2436 Bare Jaw Crusher, lube syst, mo mtr, no drives ....................................................POR CONVEYORS... RADIAL KOLBERG 24”x150’ Mast Type Rad, man. rad., w/motor, NO BELT, Truss ..............................$45,000 36”x85’ Radial Stacker, elec., w/ man. rad., man. raise/lower, 3 ply belt (98) ..........................$28,500 36”x100’ Radical Stacker, elec., power rad, truss frame, w/motor & belting (99)....................$38,500 42”x90’ Radial Stacker, elec., w/ man. rad., man. raise/lower, 3 ply belt (98) ..........................$38,500 CONVEYORS... STATIONARY 30”x50’ Channell Frame, complete, elec. drive, belt ..................................................................$6,500 36”x85’ Truss Frame w/ motor, less belt & supports................................................................$17,500 36”x1,000’ Overland Conveyor System w/ 210’ of truss w/ catwalks, 800’ of channel, w/ drives, motors, 2 ply belting ......................................................................................................$135,000 SAND & GRAVEL EQUIPMENT EAGLE IRON WORKS 10’x40’ Stat Classifyer, 2 cell, 11 station, Dialsplit Cont (78) ................$55,000 EAGLE IRON WORKS 44”x32’ Single Sand Screw, elec. NEW outboard bearing, NEW urethane liners ..........................................................................................................................................$28,500 EAGLE IRON WORKS Portable 36” Twin Shaft Pugmill, Detroit 6-71 diesel, w/ water ............$58,500 (2) EAGLE IRON WORKS 36”x25’ Twin Screw Washers, open drive, hyrotex bearings......$16,500/Ea.

EAGLE IRON WORKS 36”x25’ Twin Screw Washer, enclosed drive, hydrotex bearings ..........$23,500 EAGLE IRON WORKS 36”x24’ Logwasher, open drive, greast lub bearings ............................$28,500 EAGLE IRON WORKS 8’x32’ Stationary Classifyer, 9 stat, 3 cell, rising current, MK V computer controls (99)......................................................................................................................$65,000 HARRISON 10”x10” Sand Dredge, Pierce Pump, cab, 40’ spuds, 20’ ladder w/hyd cutter head .......... ..........................................................................................................................................$85,000 McLANAHAN 46”x30’ Logwasher, LIKE NEW, Complete (07) ..................................................$98,500 10” Sand Pump w/ motor ............................................................................................................P.O.R. 6”x6” Sand Pump DIESEL GENERATORS CAT 105KW Diesel Generator, on skid, side controls, 3 ph and 1 ph connectors, painted ......$12,500 DETRIOT DIESEL 125 KW Diesel Generator, Det. 6-71 diesel engine, on support frame, open, w/ controls & gauges, switch box..................................................................................................$9,500 STAMFORD 160 KW Diesel Generator, Iveco diesel engine, 1,435 hrs., in enclosed trailer w/ switch boxes, circuit breakers/starters (99)..................................................................................$28,500 PARTS MACHINES & ATTACHMENTS GROVE RT65S RT Crane, Det Dsl, 104’ boom, good machine, missing hyd tank ....................$18,000 P & H S20 All Terrain Crane, boom, drive train, winch, axles, good (86) ..................................$9,500 PUMPEX 8” Electric Submersible Pump, 94 HP, w/ controls......................................................$9,500 INDECO MES3500 Hyd. Impact Hammer, 5,000 ft./lbs. energy, for 70,000 - 100,000 lb. excavator, point, bracket, painted ......................................................................................................$15,000 10’x10’ Crushing Plant Control House, A/C, push button controls, w/ electric control center w/ switches, breaker & starter boxes ............................................................................................$140,000 Skidder Tires with rims for VOLVO L90E Wheel Loader, tires 50% ......................................$4,500/set Quick Attach with bucket & forks for a VOLVO L90E Wheel Loader ..........................................$9,500 Three each 23.5x25 Tires, Bias, 60% WR ............................................................................$4,500/set

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Waste Management: Los Angeles replaces CBI portable grinder with an electric CBI 5800

The men who were instrumental in upgrading to the new CBI horizontal grinder (L-R): Alberto Velazquez (Waste Management Downtown Diversion),Tim Griffing (Continental Biomass Industries), Gerry James (Waste Management Downtown Diversion), Pablo Delgado (Waste Management Downtown Diversion).

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by Diane Mettler Since 2003, Waste Management’s Los Angeles, CA location (formerly the Downtown Diversion), has been a leader in recycling construction and demolition debris. Their permitting allows them to process up to 1,500 tons per day. Like many other California operations, they were under pressure to decrease airborne emissions and to move away from diesel fueled equipment at their operation. In the fall of 2011, Waste Management

(WM) made the switch, replacing their diesel powered 4800 CBI grinder with an all electric CBI 5800. Manager Juan Luis Flores says, “We have been working with CBI for seven or eight years and we liked their product. This grinder, with the Lobo system didn’t just drop emissions; it also saved us in labor costs too. We no longer have to handle the material twice.” More Efficient Before the switch, WM used to roll in the portable

The compact layout of the new CBI grinder, increases production rates dramatically over previous use of a portable unit. Shown L-R: Alberto Velazquez (Waste Management Downtown Diversion), Tim Griffing (Continental Biomass Industries), Gerry James (Waste Management Downtown Diversion), Pablo Delgado (Waste Management Downtown Diversion).

grinder in the afternoon and grind the clean wood waste that had been delivered during the day. They also processed the contaminated C&D materials that had been sorted as well. “Every time you pick up the material, it costs money,” says Flores. So, to make the entire system more effective, they installed a Lobo conveyor system, which extended the material flow to the 5800. That allowed Flores’ crew to do a negative pick of the contaminated C&D on its way to the grinder. The new layout eliminated the need for two pickers in the process. Meanwhile, the clean material is still directly fed into the 5800 with a frontend loader. In order to have enough power to handle the clean wood going into the 5800, they outfitted with grinder with two 350 hp motors. With 700 hp of grinding power, the new unit can easily handle the load. Additionally, because non-grindable items sometimes do find their way into the grinder, WM installed CBI’s metal detection system (MDS) to protect the new unit. They knew that because the 5800 is an upswing mill and it is designed for high production, it turns at higher RPMs than a traditional downswing mill. Consequently, the damage from a foreign object can take place almost instantly, with more catastrophic results than what would happen in a downswing mill. To-date the MDS is protecting the mill reliably. No more diesel Of course, one of the big savings with the 5800 is how a diesel fuel bill is replaced with an electric bill. At the time this article was written, WM had yet to get its first electric invoice, but Flores was confident that the savings would be substantial. More importantly, the electric motor will require less maintenance than its diesel counterpart would.

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That means that there are additional costs savings awaiting them down the road. CBI estimates 20 percent of an engine horsepower is used on hydraulics alone. The combined savings of fuel, maintenance and repair costs, between running a diesel and two 350 hp electrics, could potentially save WM 50 percent in operational costs. Final Product No matter how much money you save, it’s still the final product that matters. Currently WM is grinding the material to 3/8 minus and selling the product for mulch, compost and other applications. “We like this machine because of the consistent product that it produces,” says Flores. Flores adds, “If you are considering a grinder, it’s the throughput that determines the size you need. The 5800 works well for us.” It can cost effectively handle the lower amount of C&D coming into the facility while the construction industry is slow, however it is equally capable of handling the 1,500 tons a day they are permitted for when things pick up again. Transition The transition from the portable to the stationary took a little planning, but it took place with no down time. Flores says Lobo and CBI all worked together to make the project come together. A big part of the smooth transition, however, was the WM team. “We have a great group,” says Flores. “We have 28 people at the facility. Our people are cross trained and can do it all,” he says proudly. Good Neighbors In the end, the move to the electric powered CBI 5800 was a win win for the community and WM. With the new unit in place, WM can save labor, fuel and maintenance costs. At the same time, the company can also be proud that by lowering emissions they have improved the health and safety of their community.

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CBI helps Waste Management find an electric solution with its 5000 series option, gives CBI flexibility in dealing with customers. “We aren’t locked into one style of grinder,” says Tom Walter, CBI West representative. “We realize that there’s a need for a variety of mills to fit a variety of applications and feedstocks. We don’t believe in a “one mill fits all applications” philosophy.” Tom adds, “With the CBI product line we can asses a customer’s needs and requirements and custom fit a grinder, not just between an upturn or downturn rotor, but in terms of application — what are they going to feed the grinder and what do they want to produce as a finished product. We can match their application with the broad base of grinders that CBI manufactures.” For Waste Management it was also a matter of matching budget with application. “We tried to get as close as we could to the machine that they were very happy with in terms of production and finished product specification, which was the 4000 series” says Carpenter. “The 5000 series met those requirements. The way the grinder is set up, it can handle 50-60 tons an hour.” Challenges Swapping out technologies comes with its own set of challenges. Because of the amount of engineering work required up front, good communication between CBI and Waste Management

was vital. “We were lucky,” says Carpenter. “Waste Management was a breeze to work with and they were very accommodating.” Another challenge was coordinating with other contractors to ensure the transition was completed with little or no down time. “We only supplied the feeder, the CBI 5800 grinder and the discharge conveyor. Other vendors and contractors supplied other pieces of equipment,” says Walter. “During the entire installation process, all of the contractors involved with the facility upgrade needed to operate as a well-coordinated and safe team.” For others who may be considering converting from diesel to electric, Carpenter says to exercise caution. “It’s not always the easiest thing to do. There is a fair bit of work needs to be done up front in terms of the engineering, which is what CBI offers. There are a lot of controls that have to go into this. I’d get with the OEM before making any decisions to make sure that you haven’t missed anything.” Going Electric It’s not just Waste Management that is going electric. Carpenter says, “We get calls from companies on a weekly basis, ‘How do we convert this? How do we make this happen?’ And, we’ve got a number of projects right now that

are doing just that.” Walter adds, “Minimizing what goes into a landfill is such a looming issue in the State of California that we envision a significant increase in facilities dedicated to waste diversion and the majority of those facilities are going to be electric. We see that as a tremendous upside with the CBI product line.” CBI West If you haven’t heard of CBI West, that’s because it came into existence in June 2011, to better serve a growing customer base on the west coast. “One of the issues that we’ve had on the west coast is that it’s such a large community. You need someone there that lives and breathes it. Tom Walter and his son help provide support and the “boots on the ground” service for us,” says Carpenter. “CBI West represents the CBI product line not only in terms of new sales, but has also in supporting CBI’s existing customer base through parts and service. We’re looking forward to assisting the existing CBI customers with their machines and to be involved in developing new business for CBI as well,” says Walter. For more information on CBI West, contact Tom Walter at 253-678-4165 or by e-mail at twalter@cbiwest.com.

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by Diane Mettler When Waste Management approached CBI about replacing its portable CBI 4000 series grinder with a stationary electric model, CBI had the solution. “The State of California has been pushing to get away from diesel motors because of the equipment emissions and Waste Management wanted to upgrade their Downtown Diversion facility by converting it to a full electric system,” says Shane Carpenter, systems engineer for CBI. “We were a component of that change.” Preparing for the Conversion Before the conversion took place, there was six months of engineering work and testing to not only choose the right grinder but also to ensure there would be no disruption in the wood grinding process. The answer turned out to be a CBI 5800, part of CBI’s 5000 series of stationary and portable grinder line. “We outfitted it with two 350 hp motors because some of their applications were a direct load, and we also equipped it with the CBI metal detection system (MDS),” says Carpenter. “The MDS isn’t standard now but I think we’re going to insist that it be on anything with an upswing rotor.” More Options The new 5000 series, which features both an upturn and downturn rotor


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Calendar of Events WASTE HANDLING EQUIPMENT NEWS E-mail announcement of your upcoming event(s) to: jcasey@leepub.com We must receive your information, plus a contact phone number, prior to the deadline that's noted under the Announcements heading on the 1st page of these WHEN Classifieds. *** MAR 6-8 The Work Truck Show Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN. Contact NTEA, 248-489-7090 or email info@ntea.com. On Internet at www.ntea.com MAR 10-13 National Demolition Association’s 39th Annual Convention Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, TX. Exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Elva Legere Clements, 610-520-6140, ext. or e-mail 203elva@ alvare.com. On Internet at www.alvare.com MAR 25-27 18th Annual C&D World Annual Meeting of the Construction Materials Recycling Association Nashville Convention Center. Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are still avail-

able. For program information, contact the CMRA at 630-585-7530or e-mail info @cdrecycling.org. Contact Mike Bohan, 608-538-3552 or e-mail mbohan@miningmedia.com. MAR 27-29 ACRI (Alternative Case Resolution Initiative) Workshop Radisson Hotel & Conference Center Green Bay, Green Bay, WI. $625/person. More info on the seminar can be found at www.catamountconsultincllc.com or by calling Catamount Consulting at 518-623-2352. APR 15 Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (DC) ISRI - ISRI Convention & Expo 2012 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, NV. Annual convention & scrap recycling industry exposition.


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