With which shredder technology are you better positioned?
Which shredders offer more potential to operate sustainably and efficiently? We have focused on this fundamental question in an article.
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The effects of climate change mean that more and more wood types and bulky wastes are being processed. Stationary and mobile shredders play a crucial role here. But which shredder is better for the environment? And which shredder costs less per tonne of output material?
The big challenge of waste wood processing is to fully exploit the potential of material and energy recycling while acting sustainably oneself.
And this requires shredders that deliver the highest possible qualities and throughputs with low energy consumption, operating costs and maintenance requirements. Or in other words: shredders that cost less per tonne of output material.
When comparing whether mobile or stationary shredders have the advantage, the following questions arise: Which shredder performs better when you consider the output-cost ratio while maintaining good quality? Which is more efficient in view of rising energy prices and new legislation on CO2 emissions? And what about the environmental impact when it is more important than ever to reduce harmful climate impacts?
Three reasons why ...