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Volume 20 Number 7

May 2012

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Slow Down.... Save fuel and $$$$ by Dave Whitelaw - The Grinder Guy One of the best ways to get rid of sorted wood

and general residue from a C&D recycling line is to grind it to fuel size and ship it to some sort of

Co-fired Plant or Kiln after removing the unburnables, dirt, brick, block, concrete and

Rugged components in a slow speed shredder, delivers a ground material that is ready to use as a biomass fuel product.

steel. Also, it is important to remove the hard PVC plastic and circuit boards. Once that it done, a producer can determine the size of the fuel he intends to market. That can differ from plant to plant and State to State. Generally, wood fired plants can handle a 6” minus product. There are some kilns that use a 3-inch conveyable material and many others that use a 1-inch blowable material to mix with their coal. Typically, BTU values of the C&D residue are often 5,000

bly everything else too. Another area of savings is to screen your material before grinding. Screens are cheap in comparison to grinders. You really need them to remove the dirt fines from your product to reduce your ash content anyway. So if you have some oversized material that needs to be removed, scalp it off too and drop out those fines while you are at it. You’ll get more money for the biomass fuel you are making. One model of screens to consider is a star screen. Star screens got a tarnished reputation from some of the early years in the industry, but today’s models are nothing like its predecessors. They create less dust than trommels, they don’t plug up like flat decks, you can adjust the sizing in seconds and you can create the multiple products with the same deck. By splitting the deck, you can remove the dirt fines that don’t burn and screen the rest of the product to a specific size for your customer. We recommend that you review your operations. What if your grinding costs were reduced by over 50 percent and you were paid more for your fuel? Wouldn’t that be an improvement? Need some help, give us a call. Got a question? Drop us a line. Dave Whitelaw 813-421-2757 or e-mail grinderguy@ askthegrinderguy.com.

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to 10,000 BTUs, depending on the materials being recycled in the systems. By comparison coal is 12,500 BTUs or thereabout. In many of these recycling facilities, there is one costly piece of equipment that I find continually, and that is some sort of high speed grinder at the end of these systems to grind the wood waste into a finished product, usually into a fine, shredded material. More importantly, these grinders are probably the most costly parts of the operations. STOP! Why does the material need to be shredded so finely? The only time you can make a case for a high speed grinder is if you are shipping a 1-inch product. Even when your finished product material is this size, a grinder of this kind has an infeed rate that is so low, there is no need for a unit of this kind with a big diameter rotor and all its expensive parts and all that wasted horsepower. A slow speed shredder with a small screen size cannot only make the product you want, but reduce your costs by using less horsepower and limiting the wear to about one-fourth of what a high speed grinder would offer. The hum of that high speed rotor spinning, whether electric or a diesel driven, is costing you all your profit on the fuel product you are creating and proba-


TABLE OF CONTENTS ADVERTISE! 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 November. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: October 5 Recycling Attachments & Carriers - Pedestal Breakers, Crushers, Shears, Grapples & More Annual Buyers Guide (Listing submission deadline 9/10/12) Show: TCIA Expo, November TBA

Ask the Grinder Guy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 New Case CX470C excavator sets new standards in fuel economy, productivity and operator environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Composting facility does community a “Good Turn!”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 by Jon M. Casey SENNEBOGEN accelerates turnaround, reduces cost in Charleston Port with supersized electric drive scrap handler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Equipment update: Crambo HD . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 New DayLube Nano-Ceramic Grease is ideal for conveyors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 S.B. Cox, Inc. committed to keeping recyclables out of landfills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 by Jon M. Casey

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The Editorial Deadline precedes the Ad Deadline by two days. Waste Handling Equipment News readers include owners, operators, and purchasing agents involved in construction demolition, asphalt/concrete recycling, wood waste recycling and composting. Our editorial emphasizes new equipment, site stories, association updates, legislation and industry news. If you have news to contribute, contact: Jon M. Casey, Editor Waste Handling Equipment News 6113 State Highway 5 Palatine Bridge, New York 13428 Tel: 717-258-6775 Fax: 518-673-2699 E-Mail: jcasey@leepub.com


New Case CX470C excavator sets new standards in fuel economy, productivity and operator environment consumption and improves performance. Boom Economy Control (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 automatic pressure adjustment to meet demand during digging operations, but without building unnecessary pres-

sure. 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 delivery 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 tech-

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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 recirculation (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 1,100-pounds 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 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 Construction 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


Composting facility does community a “Good T urn!” by Jon M. Casey

With a mountain of bagged leaf waste to deal with, the crew at VPPSA has accepted an interesting challenge in yard waste disposal.

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Municipal yard waste recycling centers have come a long way in the past twenty years or so. One example of that is the Virginia Peninsulas Public Service Authority (VPPSA) Compost Facility in Yorktown, VA. With more than 20 acres of asphalt paved space available for receiving leaves and yard waste, it is an asset in which the communities of Hampton, Poquoson and York County can take great pride. The facility has successfully developed and grown over the years demonstrating that their composting facility is extraordinary. VPPSA is a ten city and county solid waste authority,” said Donald “Donnie” Bonivich, the Compost Facility supervisor for VPPSA, after he dismounted from the facility’s Komptech Topturn X-60 Compost Turner following the turning of one of the facility’s 12 windrows. Members include the Cities of Hampton,

Poquoson, Williamsburg and the Counties of Essex, James City, King and Queen, King William, Mathews, Middlesex and York. The Towns of Tappahannock, Urbanna and West Point are also included.” The facility receives material from residents, communities and businesses, and includes leaves, grass and brush. Brush can be up to 10-feet in length and up to 24-inches in diameter. This past year, the area experienced considerable storm damage from Hurricane Irene, which prompted VPPSA to keep the facility open for an extended period of time to help make storm clean up go more smoothly. “We were taking in storm debris seven days per week for six weeks,” he said. “There was a lot going on from the first of September until mid-October.” Bagged material Donnie said that he gets exceptional support from

Trucks like this one from the City of Poquoson, VA, pick up leaves and bagged yard waste, curbside, and bring it to the VPPSA Composting Center in Yorktown. Stephen Geissler, executive director of VPPSA, and David Magnant, the director of Operations, when it comes to overseeing changes and improvements at the facility. They are the first to recognize the need for constant improvements and the importance of working together as a team to keep the facility in first class condition. Recently the facility began accepting bagged leaves from several of the communities. Bagged leaves will be accepted from any member community as long as they are in the approved plastic bags. (Clear, no draw strings and are 0.7 millimeters or less in thickness) There has been an excellent response to this new program, and staff has been experimenting with ways to debag the leaves in increasingly successful ways.” Bonivich said that Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems the company from whom VPPSA purchased the Komptech Topturn also assisted them in modifying an existing piece of equipment to debag the leaves. “We are in our second year of doing this,” he said. “Cutting knives were installed in an older Komptech (Mustang) trommel, and it has been working reasonably well. We can process 200 to 300-yards of bagged leaves per hour.” Making Products As we toured the facility, Donnie explained that the

Donnie Bonovich works one of several windrows of composted yard waste in this Komptech Topturn X-60 windrow turner.

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material is initially ground using a tub grinder and then stockpiled so it can cure for a minimum of three months. During the curing process temperatures in the stockpiled mulch can reach 180 degrees. This process kills off any larva and weed seed that may have been in the material when it arrived, also ensures that the material will be safe to place around a customer’s property. The stock piled mulch goes through the tub grinder once more and is then screened into mulch fines and reground mulch products. The compost facility accepts leaves and grass which is used for making compost. The material is ground in the tub grinder and placed into windrows that are several hundred yards long, 20-feet wide and about seven-feet tall. The windrows are monitored over the next six months to ensure consistency. Donnie said that the facility’s Komptech Topturn X60 self-propelled compost turner really comes in handy for keeping the material aerated and processing properly. “With each windrow containing 1500yards of material, there is quite a bit of compost that

needs to be turned on a regular basis,” he said. “Most of the compost that goes out has been processing at least eight months. We measure the internal temperatures of the windrows and turn them regularly.” When the composting process is complete and the material is ready for sale, they process it through a McCloskey 733 trommel before it is sold to customers. The compost facility offers four products for sale: reground mulch, mulch fines, compost and a soil blend. This can be a busy place. The facility hopes to offer colored mulch in the not too distant future. This product was offered several years ago, but with the economy people were leaning toward the lower prices offered on regular mulch. There seems to be the interest now to offer it again. VPPSA is a member of the U.S. Composting and the newly formed Virginia Composting Council. For more information about the VPPSA compost facility contact them at 757-898-5012 or for information about all of the VPPSA programs visit them on line at www.vppsa.org.

A loader operator moves bagged yard waste onto the composting facility's stockpile of material.

Mid Atlantic Waste Systems has been working with VPPSA to develop a trommel application that will shred the plastic bags that are used to haul yard waste to the composting center. A closer look at the interior of the trommel (inset), reveals knives around the drum.

Donnie Bonovich nears the end of this windrow of material in the Komptech Topturn X-60 windrow turner.

The only turners on the market with optional scraper bar mounted behind the drum.

The X-Series windrow turners from Komptech are the only turners on the market with optional scraper bar mounted behind the drum. This patented device allows the turner to pick up all of the windrow, even the very bottom three to four inches which other turners leave behind. It’s in these three to four-inches where huge odor problems start for composters. Because this layer never gets turned, it goes anaerobic and begins to smell. When the windrow is turned the bottom, smelly layer is exposed and odors are allowed to escape. The removable scraper bar rides on the ground surface and picks up this layer preventing any part of the windrow from going anaerobic and thus preventing nasty odors.

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X-Series windrow turner’s patented scraper bar prevents odors


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Case from 6 nology and engine improvements, we’ve actually increased fuel efficiency 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 excavator 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 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 exca-

vator 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. “Op-

erators 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 system components without compromising the opera-

tor’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 Se-

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Cae from 8 ries 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 CX470C and other C Series excavators, includ-

ing Case Smart Digging Systems components such as pin-on buckets, coupler buckets, the Case Multi-Fit Coupler and the SmartFit™ bucket tooth system. The new Case pin-on buckets are available for the CX470C in heavy duty, heavy duty high capacity, severe duty and rock digging type designs, allowing the machine to be productive in a wide range of applications. The Case Multi-Fit Coupler offers complete 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.

teeth and reusable adapters and locking pins. The SmartFit lineup includes general purpose, rock chisel, heavy penetrator, tiger, twin tiger and flare teeth. For additional excavator product specifications, customer testimonials, competitive comparisons, finance offers and more, please visit www.casece.com. For a Case excavator demonstration, see your local Case dealer.

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hydraulic latching, enabling excavator operators to quickly attach and detach buckets and other components without leaving the cab. Designed for the Multi-Fit Coupler, Case coupler buckets feature integrated bucket pins to prevent any loss of breakout force that might otherwise occur when using a coupler device. The SmartFit is a hammerless quick change system that provides stronger, self-sharpening


Vermeer Texas-Louisiana opens new stores in Waco and Houston PELLA, IOWA — Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, a market leader in environmental and construction equipment with 11 locations across Texas

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and southern Louisiana, has relocated to a larger facility in both Waco, Texas and Cypress (Houston), Texas. The Waco store sits on 4.1 acres of land within the city limits of Ross, Texas, just north of Waco and along Interstate 35. Vermeer Texas-Louisiana relocated its Houston store

to Cypress. This location replaces the two stores previously located in Humble on FM 1960 and on the south side of Houston on Easthaven Blvd. The new store is located on five acres within the city limits of Cypress on Northwest Freeway 290. Both stores provide additional service bays

and a larger parts warehouse and showroom. With the larger space, Vermeer TexasLouisiana will be able to stock larger pieces of equipment, as well as host demonstration and training events. “These facility upgrades are part of a long term strategy to position our dealerships in areas

with greater visibility to help promote the Vermeer brand and better showcase the growing line of Vermeer equipment,” said Mark Krueger with Vermeer Texas-Louisiana. “This strategy began two years ago with the construction of a new store in Kilgore and relocating our Alamo store.”

Vermeer TexasLouisiana plans to relocate to new stores in San Antonio and Lubbock during 2012, Krueger said. For more information on Vermeer products and services, visit the company’s website at www.vermeer.com or email Vermeer at salesinfo@vermeer.com.

Swanston Equipment representing Komptech in North Dakota WESTMINSTER, CO — Komptech USA is proud to welcome the latest member of its US dealer network. Swanston Equipment of Fargo, ND now sells and services Komptech’s comprehensive line of waste handling machines in North Dakota. For Komptech, Swanston Equipment is a welcome addition in a state that offers a lot of potential. For Swanston Equipment, a long established construction and earthmoving machinery company with a thorough knowledge of the industry, Komptech was a logical choice. As CEO Mike Swanston said, “We are very pleased to add Komptech’s line of waste handling and recycling technology. Their screening, shredding and recycling products will complement our existing lines to provide solutions for customers in related industries. Komptech’s line of star screens, slow speed shredders, and windrow turners are recognized as the proven technology leaders for waste handling solutions. We are excited to introduce to our customers the Komptech products and the solutions they represent.”

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Cherry wins ABC Award for disassembly project

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addition, we are one of the largest recyclers in Texas and Gulf Coast. Recycling more than a million tons of concrete and asphalt and thousands of tons of steel every year, Cherry also recycles residential composition asphalt shingles. Recycled concrete and asphalt is returned primarily in road and highway projects while reclaimed steel ends up in thousands of new metal products. Cherry also mixes stabilized materials for use in everything from parking lots and underground utilities to pipeline support and storm sewers. For more information, see www.cherrycompanies.com.

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HOUSTON, TEXAS — Cherry, the Houston based recycling and demolition company, earned an Award of Merit in the Associated Builders and Contractors’ (ABC) 2011 Excellence in Construction Awards competition. Cherry’s award was given in the Specialty Contractor Projects category to recognize its disassembly of a Lecithin de-oiling plant in Stuttgart, AK. Cherry’s primary project challenge involved the precision disassembly of the Lecithin de-oiling plant and meticulous documentation of all its components so that it could be safely shipped for reassembly in Indore, India. The ABC Excellence in Construction Awards recognize outstanding projects in the commercial and industrial industry. ABC is one of the leading organizations representing America’s business community and the merit shop construction industry. Cherry is a recycling and demolition company based in Houston, Texas. Founded in 1952, Cherry specializes in the removal of all types of structures — from highways and bridges, industrial plants and commercial buildings to residences through demolition and other deconstruction techniques. In


SENNEBOGEN accelerates turnaround, reduces cost in Charleston Port with supersized electric drive scrap handler

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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 handler. 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 sav-

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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

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SENNEBOGEN from 12 140-cubic-yard than the 110 to 120-cubicyard we were getting. The 880 R-HD can also run two complete loading cycles per minute into the trucks, against just one cycle with the old machine. The turnaround for our trucks is faster, so we’re unloading the barges faster and doing a better job for our customer.” The crawler mounted material handler simplifies the unloading operation further by being able to traverse the length of the dock under its own power. A powered tether line allows the machine a 400 -foot range of movement to position itself for unloading either of two barges at the dock. With this mobility, there’s no need to winch the barges into place under the crane. 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 alongside 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 handling industry for nearly 60 years. Based in Stanley, NC, within the greater Charlotte region, SENNEBOGEN LLC offers a complete range of purpose built machines to suit virtually any material handling application. 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, 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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S .B. Cox, Inc. committed to keeping recyclables out of landfills by Jon M. Casey

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S.B. Cox's Yorktown Recycling Center is an efficient, compact facility. From the time that Richmond Virginia’s S.B. Cox, company’s Taylor Road, C&D Landfill near Inc. began doing business in 1963 as a demolition Chesterfield, VA. More importantly, with the addition contractor and construction service provider, the of this new recycling center, S.B. Cox has been able company has strived for excellence in every aspect of to offer a much needed destination for C&D waste its operation. Today, the family owned company has material that was not there previously. Without this grown to encompass seven divisions that include a new facility, much of the C&D waste material generRoll Off Division, a C&D Landfill, a Crane Services ated in Virginia’s Tidewater Region, had no other Division, a Portable Toilet rental service as well as a alternative than being taken to other landfills serving Recycling Center Division, in addition its original the area where it was ultimately buried. “This is the only facility of its kind on the peninsuoperation as a demolition contractor. The Recycling Center Division consists of a facility la,” said Wayne Roskop, Recycling Manager for the in Richmond that opened in 2008, and a new opera- new Yorktown facility. During our tour of the center, tion in Yorktown, VA. With this kind of enterprising Roskop explained that the building of the complex growth, it comes as no surprise that S.B. Cox would was a team effort from within the company. He said add the new recycling center in an effort to increase that S.B. Cox workers did the site prep work on the their capacity to divert recyclable waste from the 10.2 acre complex, and they put up the 150 by 250-

Ground wood waste is moved from the CBI grinder at the far end of the system to the bin that is designated for wood waste materials. foot containment building as well. S. B. Cox crews also did the concrete work on the ramps for the truck scale that monitors incoming and outgoing loads. He likened the teamwork to that of a family getting together to build a new house for one of the family members. Roskop noted that Continental Biomass Industries (CBI) was called in to design and build the materials processing system. They chose CBI because of the success that they had experienced at the Richmond Recycling Center. There, a CBI system has been operating reliably for the past several years. When it was time to build the new recycling center, As material comes off the incoming conveyor, a worker looks for cardboard to pull from the mix.

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CBI was a natural. He recalled that the new facility has been steadily increasing in volume since it opened on Sept. 7, 2011. The increased material flow means that they are accomplishing what we set out to do when the commitment was made to build this facility. Eight products diverted from the landfill The Yorktown plant is currently sorting out eight different recyclable materials that now bypass the landfill. For example, the cardboard, metal, plastic, copper and brass, are sold on the open market. The concrete is retained and crushed on site for sale to contractors as a sub base material with the fine (15/8-inch minus) being used at S.B. Cox’s Taylor Road Landfill as ADC. Asphalt shingles sorted from the material stream are taken to a custom grinder who returns them to be used Asphalt mixes of other companies. The wood waste is ground to create mulch products, boiler fuel, with a portion of the material going to a paper mill as biofuel. “We are constantly looking at waste materials that are brought into our facilities, to see what else we can recycle,” he said. “From the time our excavator operator places a grapple load of material into the input hopper until the remaining waste material goes off the far end of the conveyor, takes only three minutes,” he said. “That gives you an idea of how this equipment and our workers can sort out the incoming material.” As material leaves the input hopper, it initially crosses a Taper Slot Screen where smaller material 15/8-inch or minus are removed and sent to a large storage pit with an auger to keep material moving to the front of the bunker. Larger wood waste is removed during the picking process where it is dropped onto a belt beneath the work area. This takes the larger wood pieces back to the Grizzly where it is ground with the other wood waste. During that process, wood waste passes beneath one of two magnets where nails and other metal debris is removed before going through the grinder. The facility is open for inbound material from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturdays from 6:30 to noon. At the time of this writing, the system was in operation eight hours per day, Monday through Friday. Cardboard, plastics and vinyl siding is baled individually, with an American Baler with the bundles heading to market when a truckload has accumulated. The baling takes place when a sufficient supply of either material has filled their respective stockpiles in one of the storage bins beneath the conveyors. Cardboard bales routinely run about 1650pounds while the plastic bales run approximately

Wayne Roskop, recycling manager, operates the loader as he moves material into the stockpile that feeds the CBI Sorting System within Cox's Recycling Center. 1450-pounds each. Looking ahead “S.B. Cox is a wonderful place to work,” Roskop said, reflecting on how long a number of the employees had been working for the company. “I believe the average longevity of our workers is over 10 years. We all work together to help get things done. We even have people working for the company for more than 40 years.” Roskop said that the current plant configuration allows for future growth with the potential for a second production line sometime in the future. He said that it might possibly include a trommel for sizing wood material as the markets for those products continues to grow. With the dedication that S.B. Cox has to make certain that material does not end up in a landfill, the addition might come sooner rather than Nails and other metal objects are pulled from the matelater! For more information about S.B. Cox Recycling, rial stream by powerful magnets and dumped into one visit their website at www.sbcoxdemolition.com or e- of two containers. mail Wayne at w.roskop@sbcoxdemolition.com.

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An excavator outfitted with a contractor's grapple, places material into the CBI Sorting System's intake hopper.

The stair step design of the TAPER-SLOT Screen, gives it additional capabilities for removing selected material from the material stream.


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Collins promoted to deputy general manager of Global After Sales Support for LuiGong HOUSTON, TEXAS — LiuGong Construction Machinery is pleased to announce the promotion of Dan Collins to deputy general manager of Global After Sales Support. In this new position, Collins will be responsible for spearheading all of LiuGong’s Global After Sales Support efforts to ensure customer satisfaction. According to Collins, “LiuGong understands that to become a market leader, the company must consistently invest in a second to none parts and service program to maximize equipment uptime, making LiuGong machines as profitable as possible on the jobsite. The equipment business is a very competitive one and LiuGong is committed to their goal of becoming one of the Top 10 equipment manufacturers in the world by 2015, not only by building an excellent product, but also by offering the aftermarket sales support that is so critical to its customers.” Consistent with LiuGong’s hiring practices in North America, the company has sought out an experienced construction industry veteran for this newly created position. Collins has more than twenty six years of experience in the equipment business. His tenure includes working for some well established brands including Caterpillar, Kobelco and Case New Holland. Twelve of his twenty six years in the industry were spent on the dealer level. Some of the key experience Dan brings to LiuGong comes from his start as a parts counter representative through his positions as Parts Manager, Service Manager, Rental Manager, Warranty Manager and Vice President of Operations. The After Sales Support knowledge on all levels of the construction business has helped Dan thus far in his prior position as LiuGong’s Director of Global Sup-

port and paved the way to his promotion into the Deputy General Manager position. “Dan is a tremendous asset to LiuGong’s team of experienced, dedicated staff members,” states Fred Ridenour,

general manager of Business Operations for LiuGong North America. “He travels between the U.S. and China to ensure that LiuGong continues to provide superior customer service and support after the sale to Liu-

People On the Move Gong equipment owners around the world, including North America.” Collins splits his time between LiuGong’s centrally located North American Headquarters in Houston, Texas and LiuGong’s Corporate

Headquarters in Liuzhou, China. He frequently visits LiuGong’s 10 subsidiary locations and their parts depots around the world to gain further feedback and input about ways LiuGong can expand their current

after the sale support programs. Collins resides in Katy, Texas with his wife and two daughters. LiuGong Construction Machinery has been producing high quality con-

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end of June 2013. “Rod has been an invaluable member of the Komatsu team for the past 25 years and has consistently delivered excellent results both in sales and customer satisfaction,” said Grzelak.“I am privileged to have been a part of the Komatsu America leadership team and retire as CEO knowing that the company is in excellent hands.” “I am very honored

that the Board has selected me to lead Komatsu America Corp.,” Schrader said. “By building on the success the company has had under Dave’s excellent leadership, I intend to continue to implement our strategy and take advantage of the growing market opportunities for Komatsu.” Prior to being named CEO, Mr. Schrader was executive vice president and general manager of

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