Dry Mixed Recyclables Recycling Machinery & Equipment

Dry mixed recycling (also known as “co-mingled” waste) can be found within many municipalities and residential areas worldwide. It refers to a system where paper, card, plastics, metals and other recyclable products are collectively separated from the municipal waste stream at source.

Ideally glass should not be included but can be accommodated if required. This mixture of recyclables is then separated at a materials recovery facility for onwards closed loop recycling.

DMR Plant Solutions

Our state of the art dry mixed MRFs utilise the latest in bag opening, shredding, screen, air, magnetic, ballistic, optical and baling technology. This allows operators to efficiently separate and sort a wide variety of material types, with purity and recovery rates up to 98% achievable. Our robust engineering and design principles are applied at all times giving customers maximum output at all times.

Kiverco Compact Plant Processing Dry Mixed Recyclables

This Dry Mixed Recycling plant is using the new Kiverco Compact plant to process waste.

Dry Mixed Recyclables

This video demonstrates the new Kiverco Compact plant at work processing Dry Mixed Recyclables: first going through the FT620 Feeder Trommel and then the Picking Station.
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FAQs

What products can be recovered?
Dry mixed products which can be recovered and recycled include:
  • Paper
  • Card
  • HDPE and PET plastic
  • Film
  • Plastic bottles
  • Tetra packaging
  • Ferrous and non-ferrous metals including aluminum cans.
Where do the recovered products go?
Is the plant flexible if our company grows?