Garb Oil & Power, www.garbop.com – a leading pioneer in the fields of tire recycling, OTR (Off the Road), E-Waste/E-Scrap processing, and Waste to Energy, with sophisticated applications of ClosedCycle™ technology and NoWaste™ residue, today introduced its first compact Refrigerator Waste (Scrap) Recycling Plant (turnkey sale price of some $4.69M).
With an impressive throughput capacity of some 150 pieces/hour and a buyback agreement covering all throughput produced, the facility should prove to be a moneymaker. Like all Garb Oil & Power plants, this Refrigerator Waste Recycling Plant will be equipped with automotive level technology like the pre-shredders outfitted with the company’s quick-change-system and secondary shredders with automatic knife adjustment.
Process innovation is paramount for Garb Oil & Power, and the Company is able to boast a guaranteed 95% availability rate at its plants, which are also equipped with a remotely operable after-sales system.
President of Garb Oil & Power, Garb John Rossi, expressed his great pleasure at the introduction of the Company’s first full Refrigerator Waste Recycling Plant, noting that the full, long-term buyback agreement on output is a solid assurance for customers that production would be sold to Garb Oil & Power.
This closed product loop is emblematic of Garb Oil & Power’s dedication to the ClosedCycle Principle, whose ideal is zero waste and maximized use.
The realization of this principle also makes the plant ideal for domestic and global markets, especially low-cost startups that can take advantage of the supreme efficiency benefits and significantly reduced environmental impact, particularly from E-Waste.
With plans to introduce many such compact recycling facilities worldwide, Garb Oil & Power is rapidly positioning itself to take advantage of growing global demand for a means to lower impact of E-Waste on landfills everywhere, and a superior alternative to existing solutions.
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