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Dear Readers In the first six months of this year it was particularly evident that the raw material industry is very agile and active. Not only three...





New CFO at Schenck Process

With effect from 01.06.2016, Eric Jaschke (Fig.) has taken over the position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in the Schenck Process Group. He will...



Technical conference Recycling R’16 in Weimar

Technical specialists, members of the society “Aufbereitung von Baustoffen und Wiederverwertung e.V.” (Processing of Building Materials and Recovery) as well as representatives of associations and companies will meet in Weimar from 19 to 20 September 2016 on the occasion of the specialist conference Recycling R’16. During the two-day event lectures will be given covering the topics ofrecycling of building rubble, urban mining, sustainable concretes, recycling of ashes as well as processing of gypsum boards and gypsum recycling. The venue will be the Weimar Bauhaus University, lecture hall 6 in Coudraystraße 9a.



Sustainable production with Rockster impact crushers

Pioneering a new and better way of doing business, that’s the goal of Mfangano Solution, working with municipalities and contractors to deliver the right recycling machinery, at the right price, with the best environmental performance. “We don’t ...


Flexible mobility pays off

The new Destroyer 1113 has been deployed in the recycling process at the Danish company Kim Vind Maskinstation & Entreprenør since the summer of 2015 (Fig. 1). The intermediate version of Keestrack’s track-mounted impact crusher unit is a ...


More efficient crushed sand production

BHS-Sonthofen introduced their new rotor impact mill of type RPMF at bauma 2016. The new RPMF machines produce even finer fractions as well as output material with a significantly higher proportion of fine sand. As such, machines of this type are more ...


Higher capacities and safer operation

In the early 2000s allmineral introduced the allair® jig which is working completely dry with air only to the coal industry. Since then about 80 allair® jigs have been supplied for coal preparation plants in the U.S., India, Colombia, Spain and Ukraine. ...