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Volume 20 No. 8

JUNE 2012

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Ask the Grinder Guy Hey, Grinder Guy my fuel bills are costing me my profits! What should I do? Like every other consumer, those of us in the recycling world are suffering from high fuel prices as well. Sadly, it is multiplied times the number of pieces of equipment we all have. If your pricing considerations do not include a

fuel surcharge option, you are going to keep losing profits as fuel prices increase. So when it comes to making a change to solve this problem, what are owner/operators doing to turn this situation around? With some 1000 plus hp grinders using 40 or 50 gallons of fuel every hour, your fuel bill ex-

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clean fuel filters keep the correct flow and volumes running through the engine. Some fuel treatments are expensive, but especially for older engines. Just the same, treating them will help them run much more efficiently. If you think replacing some of the injectors might be helpful, have a service technician from your engine manufacturer test each injector and they will be able to tell you which are operating correctly and which need replaced. Derate your engine —

Have your engine manufacturer derate your engine to a lower horsepower. Each engine has three or four horsepower ratings, so by lowering your horsepower you can save fuel. Talk with your engine manufacturer about the pros and cons. You will probably not notice a loss of 50-100 horsepower, but your wallet will benefit from the change. Keep your services up to date — Change your oil on schedule. Clean oil keeps an engine cooler and running smoothly. Especially with older en-

gines that operated their fuel systems with oil pres—- Cooler fuel will burn much more efficiently. The hotter the fuel, the more inefficient it becomes. Keep your fuel storage tanks covered and keep your fuel tanks full. Today’s engines return a considerable amount of fuel back to the tank, which in turn heats up the fuel. A full tank keeps fuel cooler. — Clutch/Pumps Keeping your clutch maintained to proper torque and change the fluids regularly. This helps reduce drag on the engine. Eliminating unneeded pumps can also help. Think about converting a hydraulic conveyor to electric power. By eliminating a hydraulic power source, you can save fuel costs. New Fuel Systems — With all the new electronics and new common rail fueling systems, some Tier 4 emission engines are getting better fuel economy than the Tier 3 engines. Speaking with Eric Mathewson and Sam Meeker of Caterpillar at Waste Expo in Las Vegas, they gave a few other options: — RPM Reduction Something as simple as having the engine computer lower a bulldozer rpm slightly when it is put into reverse can save gallons of fuel per day and not sacrifice productivity. Tracking software — Tracking software on equipment has become a common option. A product such as Caterpillar’s “Product Link” allows you to track many points of operation including idle time. If enabled, the software can shut off a piece

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ceeds $200 an hour. That is painful and unsustainable without raising prices. When I tell customers they could possibly cut two-thirds of their fuel bill by switching from a high speed to a low speed high torque shredder, it surprises them. Inquiries have increased dramatically. I am no engine expert, but I have learned a few things running equipment. Whether you are running a high speed or low speed unit, here are some ideas on how to conserve fuel. Remember, a 10 percent savings will mean thousands of dollars at the end of the year. Air Cleaner — It doesn’t get much simpler than this. Without enough air, your engine will never burn all the fuel being dumped into the engine. If you see black smoke from the exhaust, the first thing to check is the air cleaner. Replacing them more frequently will save money in the long run. Fuel system — Fuel system treatments and


TABLE OF CONTENTS ADVERTISE! 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 December. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: November 2 Land Clearing Equipment / Chippers, Grinders, Attachments, Biomass Energy

Ask the Grinder Guy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ClearSpan Fabric Structures: Providing designbuild solutions for waste handling facilities. . . . 6 American Property Experts excel at biomass production. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 by Gwenyth Laird Pernie Command and control with middle weight Volvo wheel loaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Papé Machinery expands Morbark territory into Idaho . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Portable coloring unit now available from Colorbiotics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Terex presents Company Wrench with top Terex Fuchs Distributor award . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

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Composted mulch gets final screening before going to customers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 by Jon M. Casey Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Cover photo: Jason Thompson (owner) and Chris Dawson (superintendent of American Property Experts) in front of a Morbark Wood Hog 5600 horizontal grinder.

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Vermeer wins the Joseph L. Abbott Jr. award for the third time PELLA, IOWA — Vermeer Corporation was awarded the Joseph L. Abbott Jr. Innovative Product Award (New Installation Category) by the North American Society of Trenchless Technology (NASTT) at the 2012 No Dig Show, held March 12-15, 2012, in Nashville, TN. Vermeer won the award

for its D36x50R Series II Navigator® HDD, equipped with the rock focused MAGnumT drilling system. The MAGnum drilling system uses rapidly rotating magnets of alternating polarity within the carriage assembly, which generates a high frequency percussive action to fracture and ef-

fectively bore through tough formations, including solid rock. This hammer technology was developed in collaboration with FlexiDRILL, a New Zealand based engineering company, and is licensed for exclusive distribution in the HDD market by Vermeer. Not a dedicated rock drill, the MAGnum sys-

tem can be disengaged by the flip of the switch, and the D36x50R Series II will perform as a conventional HDD drill. This versatility qualifies the drill for a range of ground conditions to help boost overall utilization. “Vermeer is humbled to receive this award from NASTT,” said Dave Wisniewski, vice presi-

dent of underground solutions for Vermeer. “We spent several years developing this new technology. It is true innovation for tomorrow’s jobsite challenges.” Each year, NASTT recognizes two companies for state of the art products that help advance trenchless technology. This is the third time Vermeer has won in this category. Vermeer has previously won the Abbott Award for the D20x22FX Series II Navigator flex angle drill and the Vermeer the AXIS® guided boring system. NASTT is a multiple disciplinary society of individuals and organizations with professional, utilitarian or environmental interests in trenchless technology. Its mission is to advance trenchless technology and to promote its benefits for the public and the environment by increas-

ing awareness and knowledge through information dissemination; research and development; education and training; and partnerships with organizations and agencies interested in trenchless technology and its benefits. For more information on Vermeer products and services, visit the company’s website at www.vermeer.com or email Vermeer at salesinfo@vermeer.com. Vermeer Corporation of Pella, Iowa, manufactures a full line of tub and horizontal grinders, brush chippers, stump cutters and tree spades, as well as horizontal directional drilling systems, mini skid steers, utility and track trenchers and agricultural products. Vermeer offers worldwide sales, support, service and parts through an independent, authorized dealer network.

Grinder from 3 first grind or when grinding land clearing debris just for reduction, a precise product size is not necessary. Try using older tips and larger screens. By increasing the distance between the tip and the screen or the tip and the anvil, you will reduce drag, which will help you maintain rpm and keeps you productive. This example works best with upturn rotors and woody materials. For downturn rotors and hammer mills running stringy wood or palm material, this would not be a good option. In those situations, maintaining a tight tolerance at the anvil and bigger screens and greater tip distance afterward, works best. For a finish grind, this does not work at all, as you will create more fines in your product and production rates will suffer. Experiment a little when you have the time. You may be more than pleased with the outcome. Questions, Comments? Dave Whitelaw, Grinder Guy 813-421-2757, e-mail grinderguy@askthegrinderguy.com or visit www.askthegrinderguy.com.

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of equipment after idling a set period, thus saving fuel. All these features can be tracked remotely as well. Check with your equipment or engine manufacturer for software they may offer. Another example of software assistance is the “Eco mode” on the Komptech Shredders. With this mode enabled, the machine monitors the torque on the shredder shafts to determine if there is material in the hopper or not. If there is not, the shredder throttles down to an idle while still turning the rotor shafts very slowly. When material is put into the hopper, the torque on the shaft increases and the machine throttles up to full rpm. So you don’t have to worry about your operator going on break or going to load a truck with the shredder running at full engine rpm. Check with your grinder or shredder manufacturer for similar software. On the grinder specific side of equipment operation, eliminating drag on your rotor or hammermill will reduce engine load and result in lower fuel use. For example, on a


ClearSpan Fabric Structures: Providing design-build solutions for waste handling facilities

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ClearSpan Fabric Structures is the industry leading manufacturer of tension fabric buildings, offering American made structures with inhouse engineering, manufacturing, installation and financing. They were founded in 1979 with the mission of providing the highest quality products at the most competitive prices, with exceptional customer service, directly to the materials handling, waste and recycling, municipal and agricultural communities. ClearSpan Fabric Structures is the natural choice when it comes to any building needs. Their buildings are engineered, manufactured and constructed with the highest structural integrity, as well as designed in compliance with the International Building Code. Every Hercules Truss Arch Building is custom engineered to fit the requirements of the specific location, such as snow and wind loads or foundation type. Truss Arch specialists will guide clients through the process of designing and constructing an engineered fabric structure, with special attention to the client’s needs and goals for the structure’s application. They will make recommendations based on their

experience and knowledge, and will help the client determine the specifications and customization needed for their specific ClearSpan structure. Consumers and businesses alike recognize the advantages provided by ClearSpan Fabric Structures and the many qualities that set them apart from traditional wood or metal buildings. Their fabric covers reduce the need for artificial lighting, saving as much as 75

Sorted material can be protected while it is stockpiled for future processing.

Structures as large as this 150-foot x 220-foot sludge bed cover in Chester, VA, can provide permanent covering for an area as large as this 33,000-square-foot concrete pad.

This 38-foot x 100-foot structure provides ideal shelter for the computerized scales inside. The second bay is used to thaw railcars for easier unloading.

Rumpke Consolidated Companies, Inc. of Columbus, OH added an exterior 120-foot x 45-foot covered storage facility like this one to help keep incoming materials dry and ready to process.

percent on lighting costs. With abundant daytime lighting that is bright and

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Companies like Laurelbrook Farm in East Canaan, CT use Clearspan buildings to protect compost from the elements.

Ralf Semler, Hammel New York, LLC at the Waste Expo in Las Vegas with the Red Giant machine which will be demonstrated at the 2012 WHEN Recycling Expo North, October 24-25, 2012 in Henrietta, NY. See www.leetradeshows.com for more show details.


ClearSpan from 6 entire operation with everything from lighting and heaters to flooring, fans, shutters, doors, fencing and more. As a one stop shop for building needs, ClearSpan Fabric Structures provides design-build solutions for a wide range of applications, including recycling facilities, ware-

housing, agricultural buildings, equine riding arenas and aviation facilities. They are also popular for a number of storage applications including recyclable materials, machinery and equipment. ClearSpan has earned many happy, repeat customers over the past 30 years, due to their well or-

ganized, efficient and customer focused method. ClearSpan Fabric Structures is the leading manufacturer of tension fabric buildings. The company is headquartered in South Windsor, CT, with manufacturing facilities located in Dyersville, IA. All structures are made in the

USA. ClearSpan specialists guide customers through the process and communicate with inhouse design, engineering and manufacturing teams. For more information on ClearSpan Fabric Structures, call 866-643-1010 or visit www.clearspan.com/AD WHEN.

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natural, the interior of a ClearSpan structure is an inviting environment that employees can enjoy. The buildings are climate responsive, staying cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter than steel buildings, providing indoor temperature stability and additional energy savings. The structures offer superior height and clearance, with no internal columns or supports to interfere with forklifts, dump trucks, skid loaders, conveyers and other heavy machinery, allowing the utilization of as much space as possible. Rodents and other unwanted pests have no place to hide or nest in a corner free ClearSpan structure which means savings on exterminations and repairs. ClearSpan Hercules Truss Arch fabric structures are multipurpose and extremely durable. They are constructed from the highest quality USA made, triple-galvanized structural steel tubing which has unmatched rust and corrosion protection. While the high quality construction of ClearSpan Fabric Structures creates a building ideal for permanent use, the design of these buildings also makes them ideal for temporary applications. They are engineered for versatility, and can easily be relocated. ClearSpan’s easy installation makes it simple to start building today. The design of ClearSpan structures means efficient delivery and set up, saving clients money and time. These structures are built in less than half the time it takes to construct a traditional wood or metal building. ClearSpan also offers flexible, in-house financing that is structured to meet a variety of needs. ClearSpan’s commitment to their customers doesn’t stop once the building is complete. The company prides itself on manufacturing the most durable fabric structures, and to support this they provide an industry leading 15 year warranty on the buildings’ covers and frames. They also offer many additional customizable features, making it possible to outfit an


American Property Experts excel at biomass production by Gwenyth Laird Pernie

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American Property Experts' tub grinder gets a workout. Near the end of the 20th century, the global community was becoming increasingly aware that the technological advancements of the past 100 years were taking a toll on the environment. As a result, federal and state environmental agencies developed

regulations and laws to help protect the environment for future generations. For instance, the passage of the USEPA’s Energy Policy Act of 1992 amended the National Energy Conservation Policy Act of 1978. It added water conservation and renewable energy

Waste wood is being recycled into marketable mulch instead of going into the landfill in the distance.

sources to energy efficiency requirements. During that time, it was becoming clear to Jason Thompson that renewable energy sources were going to become a viable in the new millennium. It was then that he saw this as prime opportunity to start a biomass recycling center. Thus, the creation of American Property Experts. American Property Experts is a comprehensive vegetative debris recycling facility that annually takes in assorted yard waste (18,000 tons), wood waste (3000 tons), root mat (2500 tons) and vegetative debris (24,000 tons). According to Thompson, the company has contracts with local municipalities, landscapers and homeowners from as far north as Richmond, VA to as far south as Savannah, GA. On average, they receive a couple hundred dump truck loads daily. Thompson explained, “We process all the wood debris at our 8.5 acre facility in Wilmington, NC. Here, we annually produce 35,000 tons of boiler fuel, 8500 tons of topsoil and 1500 tons of high quality mulch. The boiler fuel is shipped to several co-generation plants to make electricity. These include International Paper, which produces all their own fuel and sells the excess back to the grid, Craven County Electric, a county owned electric co-op, Primary Energy, a private energy production firm and Green Power, an energy producing company that converted an old coal plant to biomass.” Thompson added, “America Property Experts also provide land clearing, tub grinding and soil screening services.” Thompson chooses Morbark grinders In 2001, in order to process the wood debris,

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Thompson purchased a Morbark 1300A Tub Grinder and a Morbark Wood Hog 5600 horizontal grinder. Because of his success with the Morbark equipment, he purchased a second 1300A in 2003. Thompson said, “I purchased the 5600 because it has a smaller safety zone (throw zone of debris) than a tub grinder. That allows us to work in closed systems. We find that its production rate is slightly slower, however.” He emphasized that the biggest reason for his decision to purchase the Morbark grinders was the relationship that he had with Morbark’s area representative, Danny Westmoreland, a member of the James River Equipment Dealership in Charlotte, NC. “In the 10 years I have owned Morbark grinders, whenever I’ve had a question, I could call Danny,” he said. “If I couldn’t get him I could Michael Stanton, the Southeast U.S. regional sales manager for Morbark, Inc. The communication has been suburb. That is tremendously important since the three machines I own are worth $600,000 or $700,000 each and represent 60 percent of my total equipment.” “Their demo experience was also very important to my decision to purchase Morbark equipment,” he added. “During their demo, the 1300A production rate was much better than that of our previous machines. Currently, a conservative estimate of our production rate for heavy LCID (Land Clearing/Inert Debris) is about 45 tons per hour. ” “The Morbark units have also proven to be financially efficient,” Thompson noted. “Our jobs are rated on efficiency per hour; in other words, what it costs us per hour to operate. That helps determine what I bill per hour. In the first year we owned the Morbark grinders, we had a 35 percent increase in return on investment. Another cost advantage is that our maintenance costs went from 18-20 percent of our overall costs to 7-8 percent with the Morbark machines. Basically, the Morbark units are sturdier machines for heavy duty land clearing grinding operations.” Thompson added, “The mobility of the machines also allows us to move off site easily. We have a dozen contracts with various landfills and private recyclers that don’t have their own grinders. Our machines go site to site and grind on a contract bases.” For more information on American Property Experts go their web site at www.americanpropertyexperts.com or call Jason Thompson at 910- 443 0876. Material is being loaded into the Morbark Wood Hog 5600.

Workers move the Morbark 1300 into position as they prepare to grind a stockpile of cleared debris.

by Gwenyth Laird Pernie Recently, the worlds of two successful businesses came together when American Property Experts chose Morbark grinders for their primary equipment needs. Jason Thompson, owner of American Property Experts, of Wilmington, NC was looking to develop his biomass recycling center and that is when he contacted Danny Westmoreland, now a member of the James River Equipment Dealership in Charlotte, NC. Today, Westmoreland relies upon a Morbark 1300A Tub Grinder and a 5600 Wood Hog horizontal grinder to get the job done. Morbark 1300A Tub Grinder The Morbark 1300A Tub Grinder weighs 74,580-pounds

with an operating length of 60-feet 10-inches and width of 11-feet 11inches. It has a CAT engine with 800 to 1,050 hp. The hydraulic full tilt tub has a 10-foot diameter and 57-inch deep walls with easy access to the 31 X 64-inch hammer mill system, which is constructed with a heavy duty 20inch diameter rotor and two piece laser cut rotor plates. The plates are keyed on a 7-inch diameter shaft with 7/16-inch bearings and 2-1/4-inch hammer retaining rods. There are two 16-inch diameter augers that discharge materials onto a 40 X 31-inch heavy duty belt conveyer after screening across 1-inch thick steel heavy duty split screens. Morbark Wood Hog 5600 The Morbark Wood Hog 5600 is

a mid-sized horizontal grinder, 42-foot 4-inches long and 10inches wide, weighing 74,000pounds. It has a CAT, Cummins or John Deere engine with horsepower ranging from 460 to 860 hp. The in feed opening is 56 X 48-inches with an 11-cubic-yard in feed hopper. The hammer mill is equipped with heavy duty rotors and steel heavy duty grates. The discharge system consists of two hydraulically drive aggregate grade conveyors. This Wood Hog works well on green waste, pallets, brush, stumps and other wood waste. For more information on Morbark go to www.morbark.com or call Danny Westmoreland, field sales representative at James River Equipment, 336-317-1373.

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Command and control with middle weight Volvo wheel loaders

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The G-Series wheel loaders from Volvo Construction Equipment are the versatile L60G, L70G and L90G midsized machines. Not only does the loader arms’ patented TP linkage offer superior breakout and lifting forces, they also remain perfectly parallel throughout the lifting range — ensuring exceptional load stability. This combination of power throughout the lift cycle, parallel movement and long reach makes the L60G, L70G and L90G ideal in material handling jobs and where fast work cycles are needed. Suitable for a wide range of other applications, these jobsite workhorses can change tools in a matter of moments, thanks to the Volvo hydraulic attachment bracket. The L60G, L70G and L90G all enjoy the modern stylistic overhaul of the rest of the G-Series range. This includes a new electrically operated sloping engine hood design that improves rear visibility and, when opened, provides wide access to the engine compartment, making servicing and repairs easier. Higher torque with lower emissions These new machines meet the requirements of the Tier 4i emissions legislation that came into force on January 1, 2012. The L60G, L70G and L90G are all fitted with a Volvo 6 liter, 6 cylinder

turbocharged V-ACT (Volvo Advanced Combustion Technology) off highway diesel engine, which features cooled gas recirculation and a particulate filter with active regeneration. The diesel particulate filter (DPF) temporarily holds the particulate matter and then incinerates it, further reducing emissions. This process is conducted without any loss of performance or operation. Producing between 161 and 173 hp, depending on the model, these three units provide high torque at low engine speeds. Middle weight Volvo wheel loaders As well as meeting the low emissions requirements of the legislation, the D6 engine also leads the industry in terms of fuel efficiency, reliability and noise. The production of torque and power at low engine speeds, combined with load sensing hydraulics, promotes work at a lower rpm, which in turn extends engine life, lowers fuel usage, and dramatically reduces noise. Fuel use and noise are also reduced, thanks to a hydraulically driven, electronically controlled fan, which increases fan speeds only when needed. Built to perform together These new engines are matched to drivetrain, hydraulics and lifting systems that are all designed and produced by Volvo for im-

proved productivity, lower emissions, greater smoothness, easy serviceability, and operator comfort. That’s not all — the L90G wheel loader also features a 23 percent increase in lifting force and 19 percent improvement in breakout force. The improvement ensures smooth operation and full buckets — resulting in faster cycle times and increased productivity. Load sensing hydraulics delivers power to hydraulic functions only when needed, eliminating unnecessary oil pumping. Fitted with high capacity axial piston pumps with variable flow, the working hydraulic pressure has been increased from 3,771 to 4,496 psi. These improvements provide superior control of the attachments and loading, as well as higher breakout forces and faster lift and tilt functions. Transmissions feature the exceptional Volvo Automatic Power Shift (APS) concept, which ensures the loader always operates in the ideal gear by sensing engine and travel speed, kick down, engine braking and other factors. Offering operators a choice of four gear-shifting programs, APS results in more efficient work cycles with lower fuel consumption and wear. Power is delivered to the ground through heavy duty wet brake axles that offer high rimpull. In

The new L60G, L70G and L90G are the latest wheel loaders from Volvo Construction Equipment in the 13 to 17 tons class. With its industry leading versatility, the Torque Parallel linkage combines power with precision. difficult terrain, operators can select the differential lock in order to transfer 100 percent of the available drive to the wheels, reducing tire slippage and offering maximum traction in soft or slippery

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conditions. Purpose built, durable axle housings absorb all loading from the machine, reducing working stresses on the axle shafts for longer life. The Volvo patented Torque Parallel (TP) linkage combines the benefits of Z-bar and Parallel linkages in one system, delivering good parallel movement and high breakout force, even in the highest lift position. Featuring fewer welds, the TP linkage has a strong and durable design to with-

stand tough conditions. Comfortably in control The latest generation Volvo cab fitted to the L60G, L70G and L90G extends its already legendary status. ROPS/FOPS approved — visibility in the spacious new cab is excellent to the rear, to the bucket edge, and to the centrally located instrumentation. Operators can breathe easily thanks to efficient air management and filtering systems — and get

the job done in a comfortable, clean, low noise, low vibration work environment. Middle weight Volvo wheel loaders The servo controls are mounted in an adjustable console, and pilot operated hydraulics enable attachments to be easily controlled with minimal effort and high precision. Also, to encourage operators to work smoothly, the eco accelerator pedal applies an appropriate amount of mechanical

back pressure, encouraging operating techniques with low fuel consumption. Fuel use is also reduced, thanks to a load sensing steering system, which only activates when the steering wheel is turned. The G-Series comes with advanced electronic monitoring diagnostics that are designed to prolong machine life, enhance uptime and maximize productivity. Contronics monitors functions in real time and alerts the opera-

dard video from the Volvo Group. You can preview and request video material as MPEG2 files or on Beta SP tapes. Registration and video material are free for the media. Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) is a major international company developing, manufacturing and marketing equipment for construction and related industries. Its products, leaders in many world markets, include a comprehensive range of wheel loaders, hydraulic excavators, articulated haulers, motor graders, soil and asphalt compactors, pavers, milling machines and compact equipment. Volvo CE is part of the Volvo Group, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of heavy duty diesel engines. Volvo Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses and construction equipment, drive systems for marine and industrial applications, aerospace components and services. The Group also provides complete solutions for financing and related services. The Volvo Group, which employs more than 90,000 people, has production facilities in 19 countries and sells its products in more than 180 markets. Volvo Group sales for 2010 amounted to 36.7 BUSD*. The Volvo Group is a publicly held company headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden. Volvo Shares are listed on Nasdaq OMX Nordic Exchange and are traded OTC in the U.S.

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tor if problems occur. MATRIS charts and analyzes data on machine handling and operation. VCADS Pro is a service tool that allows easy trouble shooting. CareTrack, the Volvo Construction Equipment telematics system, allows machine location and operating data to be securely viewed via the Internet from anywhere in the world, aiding decisions on maintenance and repairs. Service with a smile Servicing is made easy with the G-Series, with daily pre-start items quickly checked and scheduled service items conveniently grouped together. The new look engine cover also provides better ventilation of the engine compartment and gives good access for fast and easy cleaning or servicing duties. Centralized, ground level lubrication banks lower the time spent on scheduled maintenance. And consumables like filters are easy to reach and easy to replace. The rear axles are supported on maintenance free cradles and include greased for life bearings and bushings that reduce service requirements. The G-Series comes with a wide range of Volvo attachments to suit the application. Attachment brackets make changing tools fast and easy. All are designed and approved by Volvo to work in perfect harmony with the machines’ link arm geometry, breakout, rimpull and lifting forces. Visit www.thenewsmarket.com/volvogroup to access broadcast stan-


Papé Machinery expands Morbark territory into Idaho

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WINN, MI — Morbark, Inc., a leading manufacturer of tree care, forestry, sawmill and wood recycling equipment, is pleased to announce the territory expansion for Papé Machinery into northern Idaho. A respected Morbark forestry and recycling dealer for almost 20 years, Papé Machinery adds Boundary, Bonner and Latah counties in Idaho to an already well established territory throughout California, Washington, Oregon and western Nevada. With more than 70 years of experience serving the construction and forestry industries, Papé has excellent product support, extensive equipment and parts inventories, and a reputation for customer service. “Papé’s experience and expertise with Morbark products will greatly benefit our customers in northern Idaho,” Chris Edmonds, Morbark Western Region Industrial sales manager, said. “Our goal is to have the most knowledgeable and reputable dealers deliver the industry’s best customer support locally to our customers. Papé Machinery helps us do just that by meeting the high standards we have set.” Customers will now be able to receive Morbark sales and service support at three additional western Washington locations

— in Four Lakes, Tekoa and Walla Walla — as well as at three Idaho locations — in Bonners Ferry, Moscow and Ponderay. Addresses and contact information for these and other Papé Machinery locations providing Morbark equipment can be found at www.morbark.com or www.papemachinery.com.

Papé Machinery Inc. provides sales, rental, parts and service for construction, forestry, agricultural and turf equipment in Oregon, Washington, Northern Idaho, California and Northwestern Nevada. Papé Machinery has 10 Washington locations, six Oregon locations, seven Cali-

fornia locations, three Idaho locations and one Nevada location. Papé Machinery is headquartered in Eugene, OR, and is part of The Papé Group Inc. Visit www.papemachinery.com. Morbark, Inc., based in Winn, MI, has been innovating and manufacturing durable, high

performance equipment for the forestry, recycling, tree care, sawmill and biomass markets for more than 50 years. Morbark equipment helps customers harvest, process and convert wood and other organic materials into valuable, useful and profitable products. The

company produces a full line of whole tree and waste wood chippers, flails, brush chippers, horizontal and tub grinders, sawmill equipment, material handling systems and more. Visit www.morbark.com. “Like” us on Facebook or subscribe to our YouTube channel.


The EEI Group now offers SOCOMEC’s latest breaker, the MDO 4000TS Thirty years of experience owning and running a demolition company have taught Roland and Zoya Jarl, owners of The EEI Group, to always be alert for the right equipment to do a job. This experience is what led them to establish a central equipment supply company, Enterprising Europa, Inc. (EEI) that could offer demolition contractors a wide selection of solutions for their project needs. EEI was already the importer and general distributor for all SOCOMEC products in North America, including the DMS medium light duty breaker, MDO medium heavy duty breakers, PDO Series crushers and SBV Series screening buckets. Now EEI is able to offer SOCOMEC’s latest addition, their 9,240pound breaker, the MDO 4000TS. The MDO 4000TS that was recently made avail-

able for export to North America, after an extensive one year testing program in European quarries. The heavy weight MDO breaker range, now consisting of five models, is able to satisfy the demands of customers with excavators from 15 to 75 tons. These breakers reaffirm the traditional characteristics of SOCOMEC’s products: reliability, technical innovation and also their unprecedented 60 months warranty. In regards to the breaker’s inside structure, the tie rods have a new profile and an innovative tightening system, which gives them great elasticity and resistance. Moreover, the heavy weight MDO breaker range from 3500 to 12000-foot-pound shares, together with the light weight class DMS breaker range, the exclusive advantage to be able to remove the piston and the sleeves without having to loosen the tie rods.

Constant, reliable breaker performance is assured due to an innovative system of hydraulic oil pressure control in the input line, while an automatic variator or a hydraulic control system changes the frequency of the blows, adjusting to the power requested for the work to be done. The piston has been the object of long, profitable study, and is equipped with a strong hydraulic brake able to avoid harmful blank firing to the breaker. The metal case of the heavy weight class breaker range is built in high resistant Hardox steel, along with side guides in the lower part of the breaker and an innovative upper rubber pad which totally eliminates vibrations to the excavator boom. For underwater or tunneling applications it is possible to pressurize the stroke chamber. A new special dust proof protection on

the lower part of the piston has been positioned to prevent the entrance of any impurity. “I’m very pleased to be able to offer this expanded breaker product line,” says Mr. Jarl. “It helps us offer a much more complete line of breakers. We want demolition contractors to come to us for equipment that solves their problems, for equipment that lasts. This line of heavy hydraulic breakers fits that description.” EEI started with the Gallmac Tool Carrier machinery line, then expanded to include Socomec Hydraulic Hammers, RockFrac fracturing mortar, CanAm Rock Drill accessories and most recently, the Trevi Benne line of attachments. With the addition of these products, EEI became the EEI-Group. EEI, based at 439 Rte 17 North, Mahwah, NJ 07430, can be contacted at 201-236-0969, or e-mail Info@theEEIgroup.com.

The first MDO 4000TS that was sold in the U.S. was purchased by Homrich Wrecking from Michigan. Roland Jarl of Enterprising Europa proudly poses with the breaker to give a sense of scale to the photo.

Road Machinery opens fifth California branch New location in Fremont sells and rents Komatsu construction equipment FREMONT, CA — Road Machinery is pleased to announce the opening of its new location in Fre-

mont, CA at 43801 Osgood Road. As the Komatsu equipment dealer in California, Road Machinery now has five branches throughout the state, with the entire

equipment line available at all locations. Customers may reach the new location by calling 510-659-1903. “We are excited about expanding our operations,” says

Steve Branson, president and CEO of Road Machinery. “Our customers represent many types of businesses throughout the state, and it’s important that we provide

Grinder Sale

2006 Vermeer TG7000

1999 Vermeer TG400A

Year

Make

Model

Serial #

Hours

Price

Location

Contact

2006

Vermeer

TG7000

00123

1433

$425,000

Fishers, IN

Gary

2006

Vermeer

TG525

00237

$180,000

Aurora, IL

Stu

2002

Vermeer

TG400

00528

$130,000

Aurora, IL

Stu

1999

Vermeer

TG400A

00481

5400

$81,000

Jackson, MI

Stewart

1998

Morbark

1200XL

67467

4290

$98,000

Ft Wayne, IN

Gary

1997

Morbark

2348

00117

9900

$78,400

Eureka, IL

Darin

3-Vermeer

TG7000’s

Aurora, IL

Stu

Stu 630-986-6018 Darin 309-208-4568

Think Spring

Call For Price Stewart 517-206-5512

Financing Available

Greg 314-960-0920 Gary 317-509-3278

days a week by their certified technicians. Founded in 1955, Road Machinery serves the construction, mining, energy, agriculture, forestry, industrial and government markets by providing top quality equipment, supported by excellent repair and rebuild facilities, field service capabilities, welltrained mechanics and a complete parts inventory. There are now sixteen locations in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Texas and Mexico. Please visit our website at www.roadmachinery.com for the latest information on products, services and opportunities at Road Machinery.

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2006 Vermeer TG525

quick turnaround on service and parts, since both are critical needs for our customers.” Road Machinery offers both new and used equipment, rental equipment, parts and service for the full range of construction and mining equipment. Road Machinery serves a wide variety of customers, from private landscapers to large scale mining operations, with equipment to fit all their needs. Brands represented include Kleeman crushers, Terex Fuchs material handlers, Mega portable tanks, NPK hydraulic hammers and material processors, Magnum shears, and Komatsu forestry equipment. Onsite service is available 24 hours a day, seven


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Portable coloring unit now available from Colorbiotics Convenient and efficient CM200 pumping system ideal for entry level colored mulch producers AMES, IOWA — Colorbiotics, a leading developer and manufacturer of landscape coating products, has introduced a new portable coloring unit. The CM200 single pump colorant injection

system is a portable cart configuration — an ideal option for mulch producers that are expanding their product offerings to include color enhanced mulch — and is designed for convenience, efficiency and quality. Equipped with peristaltic pump and 1/3 hp motor, the CM200 easily attaches to any grinder, trommel screen

or other processing equipment for optimal colorant distribution. “The user friendly portable CM200 colorant pumping system has a number of convenient features that make it among the most efficient and accurate portable systems on the market today,” said Kent Rotert, director of marketing and

sales with Colorbiotics. “The CM200 is easy to transport and setup is easy. The single pump injection system is also very accurate. It’s a cost effective way for entry level mulch producers to expand into color enhanced mulch.” The 120-VAC CM200 water/colorant manifold includes a flow meter and

The CM 200 portable colorant injection system offers entry level users an economical way to color mulch. check and control valves that ensure a consistent and accurate flow of water is being introduced to the colorant. The precision variable frequency drive delivers the exact amount of colorant as specified by the operator via a digital control panel. The CM200 system is available with an optional remote control for convenient starting and stopping as well as a portable generator for remote use when electricity is unavailable. For colored mulch producers whose grinding equipment has already been outfitted with a coloring application configuration — manifold/spray bar and related “plumbing” — the CM200 system can be attached easily, usually in less than 30 minutes. Colorbiotics reminds mulch producers that coloring application equipment e.g., manifold, spray bar, etc., will vary based on the

equipment type. Well versed in grinder spray application systems, Colorbiotics service technicians are available to assist mulch producers in designing an approach that is best suited and most efficient for a variety of grinder models. The grinder application plumbing and related equipment are separate components from the CM200 portable pumping system. Colorbiotics territory manager representatives can be reached at 888-663-6980. More information on Colorbiotics products and services can be found on the company’s website at www.colorbiotics.com. Colorbiotics focuses exclusively on the research, development, production, sales and support of landscape coating products. All products are developed and manufactured under strict ISO 9001 standards.

Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems is proud to announce the opening of our newest location in the Pittsburgh area! We sell and service waste handling and materials recycling equipment and have seven locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. With hundreds of products from refuse trucks to sweepers and compactors to grinders, we have everything to fit your needs. We offer a full service facility with sales, service, parts and rentals for the western PA region. Special thanks to our General Manager, Rich

Weinstein and our Mobile Equipment Sales Manager, Kathy Whitman for the dedication they put into getting our new location up and running! For more information call 855-PA-TRASH or write Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems, 400 Watercrest Way, Watercrest Business Park, Cheswick, PA 15024.

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Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems opens new full service location in Cheswick, PA


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LC Whitford Equipment Co., Inc. 4316 Bolivar Rd. Wellsville, NY 14895

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Web site: www.lcwhitford.com Email: sales@lcwhitford.com Morbark

Timber Pro

Rayco

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Okada

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2002 Morbark Mountain Goat 20/36 Track Chipper with Loader, Cummins Diesel, Low Hours! - Call for Pricing

2006 Timber Pro 630B Feller Buncher w/ Rolly II Head Call for Pricing

2009 Morbark 4600XL Wood Hog, Exc. Cond., Cat 875HP, Remote, Mag End Pulley, Low Hours

2012 Morbark Beever M18R Chipper, 213 HP Cat, Autofeed, Many Additional Options Call for Pricing

2000 Bandit 1400 Track Chipper, 14” Capacity, 2143 Hrs, Cab & Loader Call for Pricing

2012 Morbark Beever M15R Cat 142 HP, Autofeed, Many Additional Options - Call for Pricing

CHIPPERS 2012 2 Morbark k Beeverr M15R Cat 142HP, New and Unused! . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 2012 2 Morbark k Beeverr M18R,, Cat 213HP, Tandem Axle - Nice! . . .Calll forr Price 2011 1 Morrbark k 3800XL Track Wood Hog, horizontal grinder, 800 HP Cat -Financing e Available-Trades welcome! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 2006 6 Morbark k Blizzard d 12 Auto Feed, Needed TLC and Got it Here! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 2004 4 Marbark k Hurricane 18” Chipper, Tandem w/Winch, 180 CAT, Recent Trade In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price STUMP GRINDERS Speciall Discountss on n Alll In n Stock k Stump p Cutterss - Calll Forr Price! 2012 2 Rayco o 1645SJR,, Swing Out Controls, 4X4, Blade, Trailer - New Model! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Calll forr Price

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2006 John Deere 648G Series III 4x4 Skidder/Grapple - Call for Pricing


Governor Hickenlooper signs electronic recycling jobs act DENVER — In celebration of Earth Day, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed the Electronic Recycling Jobs Act (SB 1322) into law. He was joined by a coalition of Colorado small businesses, members of the recycling industry, conservation groups and nonprofit organizations. The landmark legislation encourages the recycling of electronic waste, creates thousands of new jobs and will prevent disposal of harmful chemicals in Colorado landfills. “The bipartisan Electronic Waste Recycling Jobs Act is an incredible win win win for Colorado. It will increase the amount of electronic waste that is recycled in the state, create jobs, return valuable metals found in electronics back into manufacturing, and provide for a cleaner and more sustainable Colorado,” said Governor Hickenlooper. The Act was supported and moved through the Colorado Legislature by a bipartisan and diverse coalition including the Act’s sponsors, Senator Gail Schwartz (D-Snowmass Village) and Rep. Don Coram (R-Montrose) and partners including, Colorado Association for Recycling, Colorado Environmental Coalition, Colorado Counties Inc. and Goodwill Industries. “The success of the Electronic Recycling Jobs Act shows that Coloradans can come together to work on issues which impact us all,” stated Senator

Gail Schwartz (D-Snowmass Village). “It was a pleasure working on this bipartisan legislation with my colleagues and the diverse stakeholders. The Electronic Recycling Jobs Act creates new opportunities for the recycling in our State and allows for the responsible disposal of the electronics we all enjoy, while reducing waste and protecting our air, land and water quality.” Colorado joins 17 other states that also have passed laws to address the emerging problem of electronic waste in landfills. Electronic products from televisions and computers — all contain large quantities of valuable materials such as gold, silver, copper and aluminum. By currently land filling the precious metals residents are literally throwing away resources which could be used for manufacturing. Instead of losing these materials, this legislation would prevent large screen electronics from being placed in landfills in the first place. Importantly, it leaves the specific solutions to the electronic waste to the free market. “As we’ve seen in other states, electronic waste legislation will help strengthen electronic recycling in Colorado allowing us to create potentially thousands of jobs,” stated Marjorie Griek, executive director, Colorado Association for Recycling. “This type of legislation can serve as a successful model

for keeping toxic materials out of the waste stream while recovering valuable resources for reuse by Colorado businesses and protect the environment.” Colorado is currently throwing away between 40,000 and 161,000 tons of electronic waste a year and only recycling on average 8,000 tons. For every 10,000 tons of electronic waste recycled, at least 130 jobs are created with the possibility of twice that many. A ban has the potential to create 2,500 jobs. Electronic devices also contain large amounts of toxic metals such as lead, cadmium and mercury, as well as other contaminants, allowing a staggering amount of toxins entering our landfills each year, threatening Colorado’s air, water and land. In fact,

despite only amounting to two percent of our trash by volume, discarded electronics account for a shockingly disproportionate 70 percent of the heavy metals in our landfills. “We congratulate Governor Hickenlooper, Senator Schwartz, Representative Coram and our other elected leaders who supported and worked so hard to pass the Electronic Recycling Jobs Act,” said Elise Jones, executive director of the Colorado Environmental Coalition. “The Act epitomizes the spirit of Earth Day, were Coloradans can come together and use our ingenuity to create jobs, use our finite resources more efficiently and lessen our impact on the environment.”

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New and Used Recycling Equipment 2007 McCloskey 512R approx. 1300 hours used in mulch application, Very Nice! $115,000

2002 Peterson Pacific 5400 CAT 800 hp engine, approx. 2800 hours $149,000

1999 Morbark 1300 CAT 3412E 860 hp engine, Approx. 600 hours on CAT rebuild NEW LOWER PRICE!! WAS $140,000 NOW $115,000

2009 Morbark 3800T CAT 700 hp with engine warranty remaining, Approx. 5500 hours, VERY NICE! NEW LOWER PRICE WAS $325,000 NOW $320,000!!

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2004 Morbark 950 w/ coloring unit, 200 hp under 300 HOURS - Excellent Condition!, NEW LOWER PRICE! WAS $85,000 – NOW $62,500

1997 Morbark 1200 NEW CAT 3412 650 hp, New Clutch, New Slip Joint, New CAT bell housing, Rebuilt Mill – EXCELLENT CONDITION! $159,000

1998 Bandit Beast 3680 325hp Approx. 4430 hours, Engine runs out well Oil samples available - Great Deal! $74,500

1999 Morbark 5600 CAT 3412E CAT Rebuilt Engine, New feed Chains, VERY NICE MACHINE - HOT DEAL!! $185,000

2006 Vermeer TG7000 L, CAT 1000 hp engine, Approx. 6500 hours, Grind Ready, GREAT DEAL Won’t Last!! $299,000

1999 Morbark 1200T CAT 3412 750 hp engine, Many recent updates too many to list, Good Condition! Was $185,000 NOW $179,000

WE HAVE A HIGH DEMAND FOR TROMMEL AND VIBRATING SIFTING MACHINES - All Sizes Give us a call let us help you sell your equipment at NO COST to YOU! 2010 Bandit Beast 3590 CAT C18 765hp Approx. 1200 hours GOOD CONDITION! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $280,000 1993 Morbark 3036 CAT 300 hp engine, compressor, many extras, Nice Straight Machine! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $62,000 2002 Vermeer HG525 CAT 525hp, many recent updates, Very Nice! $165,000 LOWER PRICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150,000 2006 Vermeer HG6000TX Approx. 1900 hours, NEW lower price, WON'T LAST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $289,000 2006 Bandit Beast 4680 CAT 1000hp, approx. 2200 hours, Excellent Condition! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300,000 2003 Morbark 1300NCL CAT 1000 hp engine, approx. 4500 hours, Good Condition! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $190,000 2003 Morbark 7600 CAT 3412E 1000 hp engine, approx. 3000 hours, VERY NICE! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $275,000 2007 Morbark 2755 Chiparvester, Approx. 3800 hours, VERY Good Condition! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $499,000 2006 Vermeer HG6000 CAT C16 630 hp engine, approx. 2800 hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $189,000 2004 Morbark 3600T CAT 525 hp engine, approx. 1000 hours, Lower Price! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $240,000-$229,000 2008 Morbark 4600XLT CAT C27 875 hp, Tier 3, approx. 1800 hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $410,000

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Terex presents Company Wrench with top Terex Fuchs Distributor award CARROLL, OHIO — Terex Construction Americas has recognized Company Wrench Ltd. as the top distributor of Terex® Fuchs material handlers for 2011. One of the top performing distributors for several years, this is the first time Company Wrench has been selected to receive the No. 1 Terex Fuchs equipment distributor award. The company was selected for its continued growth with the material handler line, top sales performance and superior service support of the customer. “Starting with Brad Hutchinson (owner of Company Wrench) and carrying through to the sales and service personnel, the entire Company Wrench team is passionate beyond belief about ensuring the customer’s success,” says Dean Barley, general manager of Terex Construction Americas. “It’s rewarding to work with a distributor like Company Wrench, whose philosophy and dedication to the customer is in line with our commitment to the success of the customer.” On hand to receive the award for Company Wrench were Hutchinson, Gary Gleckler — president, Scott Carpenter — CFO, and Cam Gabbard — vice president. “It’s an honor to have our team’s dedication to the Terex Fuchs line recognized with this number one distributor award,” says Hutchinson. “With our focus on the scrap and demolition indus-

The No. 1 Distributor, Terex Fuchs award and proclamations from the Governor of Ohio and Congressman Steve Austria, Ohio's 7th District.

Brad Hutchinson, owner of Company Wrench (L) and Dean Barley, general manager of Terex Construction Americas. tries, the Terex Fuchs line was a natural fit to our equipment offering. As a result, the relationship has allowed us to offer more solutions for our customers and

has resulted in a huge infusion of growth for our company.” Company Wrench’s unique road to becoming a heavy equipment distributor began 13 years ago, when Hutchinson started a truck, trailer and equipment

shop in Fairfield County, Ohio. At the time, the company offered 24 hour, seven day a week wrecker and recovery service. It wasn’t until 2002 that Company Wrench turned its focus to the demolition market, representing a line of specialty hydraulic attachments. In 2005, Terex Construction Americas began its relationship with Company Wrench to provide local sales and service support for Terex Fuchs scrap and recycling customers operating in Ohio. This gave Company Wrench a full line of purpose built material handlers designed for the scrap, recycling and demolition markets. With its strong bent on serving these markets, Company Wrench immediately became a top performing distributor for the material handler line. “We took the same philosophy of 24-7 repair services demanded by the customer in the heavy wrecker business and adapted it to the scrap business for

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we’ll fly the service personnel to the jobsite on our own plane to ensure he is up and running as quickly as possible.” It is this dedication to the customer that has enabled Company Wrench to grow from 1 to 12 locations in six years. The No. 1 Terex Fuchs equipment distributor award was presented to Company Wrench officials by Terex

Construction Americas representatives Dean Barley, Chris Koch and Kristy Jennings in a ceremony held on May 1, 2012 at the distributor’s headquarters location in Carroll, Ohio. Joining Terex Construction Americas and Company Wrench officials were a host of local and state dignitaries, including representatives from the offices of Governor A crowd of dignitaries, employees and local citizens gathers just before the presentation of the award.

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John Kasich and Congressman Steve Austria of Ohio’s 7th District. In addition to being named the top Terex Fuchs equipment distributor for 2011, Company Wrench received proclamations from the offices of both Governor Kasich and Congressman Austria. From a small initial territory representing Terex Fuchs material handlers, Company Wrench now offers sales and service support for multiple states in the Midwestern and Southern regions for Terex Fuchs. “This is a well deserved honor for Company Wrench,” says Chris Koch, divisional sales manager for Terex Construction Americas. “They are a top notch organization and one of our most dedicated distributors, not only to the product line but, more importantly, to the customer. We congratulate them on their success.” Terex Corporation is a diversified global manufacturer of a broad range of equipment that is focused on delivering reliable, customer driven solutions for many applications, including the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries. Terex reports in five business segments: Aerial Work Platforms; Construction; Cranes; Material Handling, Port Solutions and Materials Processing. Terex offers financial products and services to assist in the acquisition of equipment through Terex Financial Services. More information can be found at www.terex.com.


Composted mulch gets final screening before going to customers by Jon M. Casey

Donnie Bonovich, Compost Facility supervisor and David Bleeks, McCloskey representative from Commonwealth Equipment, talk about future considerations for VPPSA and the upcoming equipment needs for 2012 as the facility's McCloskey 733 Trommel is busy processing a row of finished composted mulch. windrow has cured for the appropriate length of time, we screen it with the trommel,” Donnie said. “The overs are returned to a compost windrow for further composting and the screened material is either moved to our sales area near the entrance to the facility, or it is stockpiled for future customer sales and direct shipment to large consumers. With this trommel, we can screen three tractor trailer loads of material in about an hour, if we need to.” Donnie explained that VPPSA consumers come from communities in Hampton, Poquoson and York Counties in Virginia. “VPPSA is a ten city and county solid waste authority,” he said. “Facility members include the Cities of Hampton, Poquoson and 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 members.” As we toured the facility, Donnie said that the first step of the process is the material is ground using a tub grinder. Then, it is placed into windrows that are several hundred yards long, eighteen feet wide and about seven feet tall. Over the next six months, the windrows are monitored as they cure. This is done to ensure consistency. During the curing process, temperatures in the stockpiled compost can reach 160 degrees. These products are cured for a minimum of three months. This curing process ensures that the material is weed seed, bug and pathogen free making it safe to place around a customer’s property. From there it goes through the tub grinder again,

Composted mulch is run through the McCloskey 733 Trommel before being moved to the outgoing materials piles for sale or shipment.

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When consumers head to the Virginia Peninsulas Public Service Authority (VPPSA) Compost Facility in Yorktown, VA for their composted mulch or specialty soil products for their landscaping projects, they are assured of a consistent, quality product. That is because the compost has been carefully screened with a McCloskey 733 trommel screener before it is sold to the public. In a recent visit to VPPSA, Waste Handling Equipment News had the opportunity to see the McCloskey 733 in action while VPPSA was preparing a stockpile of composted mulch for future sale. According to Donald “Donnie” Bonivich, the Compost Facility supervisor for VPPSA, all of the composted mulch goes through the 733 trommel as the final step in the composting process. “When a


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which feeds the second grind directly into the McCloskey 733. This reduces an extra handling step of manually feeding the reground material into the trommel. During this screening process, the McCloskey 733 separates the material into the two available products, mulch fines and reground mulch. Once the material has rested, usually thirty days, the process is complete and the material is ready for sale, For the 2012 season, VPPSA offers four products for sale: reground mulch, mulch fines, compost and a soil blend. Since this visit to the VPPSA facility, Donnie tells us that they have begun coloring mulch with a newly acquired Diamond Z 1352BL tub grinder, and they will be offering colored mulch as part of their product line. This product was offered several years ago, but with the economy people were leaning toward the lower prices offered on regular mulch. With renewed interest, they will be offering 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 online at www.vppsa.org.

An attendant at the entrance to the VPPSA site, watches customers unload leaves onto the incoming stockpile. Donnie Bonovich, Compost Facility Supervisor and David Bleeks, McCloskey Representative from Commonwealth Equipment, help give perspective to the size of the 733 Trommel.

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Material that is ready to fill customer's orders is stored in four bins near the entrance to VPPSA.

David Bleeks, the Commonwealth Equipment representative who works with VPPSA to keep the 733 serviced and ready to go, said that the volume of product that the high performance trommel is able to process, gives recyclers the kind of equipment that they need to meet the high volume demands of the busy spring landscaping time of year. He noted that the trommel’s 48-inch wide remote controlled radial stacker, gives the operator the ability to stockpile up to 1,200-cubic-yards of material from a single operating location. With the 180 degree rotating stacker, the need to move the trommel to additional locations is reduced, giving the crew more operating time in one spot. Additionally, with its 33-foot long drum, material is able to spend more time on the screen,

which allows for a more thorough screening of the finished product. One of the nice features that Bonivich appreciates in the production capabilities of the 733 is that he is able to screen about three tractor trailer loads of mulch in an hour if and when he needs to. He says that this kind of capability is especially helpful during the spring and summer when wholesale customers are doing everything they can to keep their composted mulch in adequate supply. For more information on McCloskey International, visit their website at www.mccloskeyinternational.com. For customers in the Commonwealth Equipment marketing area, visit their website at www.commonwealthequipment.com.

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A worker from Cedar Creek Landscaping unloads a pickup full of leaves.

by Jon M. Casey It did not take long to see why the crew at the Virginia Peninsulas Public Service Authority (VPPSA) enjoyed having the McCloskey International 733 high performance trommel going through its paces on a recent afternoon at the Yorktown, VA Compost Facility. The 733, with its 7-foot diameter trommel screen and 225 hp CAT diesel engine, gives VPPSA the ability to screen up to 400-cubic-yards of dry, composted mulch per hour as they prepare for the 2012 yard care and landscaping season. With a virtual endless line of customers awaiting a load of freshly screened, composted mulch, Donnie Bonivich needs the assurance that the 733’s reliability provides when it comes to having product ready for his customers.


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