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Creating more opportunities for gypsum waste

A solution to recycle more than gypsum alone

Situation

Gypsum, plasterboard and plaster blocks are excellent to use again. But the waste of this material is huge. Some foreign companies, including those in Ireland and Australia, were looking for a solution to recycle more gypsum waste (such as plasterboard and finely ground gypsum). The problem with this material is the cardboard back, which is very difficult to separate from the plaster. The parts will then not be small enough, leaving a lot of unnecessary waste.
 


Profitable solution

Colubris Cleantech has developed special plaster recycling systems to prevent plaster waste, because it is almost 100% recyclable. Our gypsum recycling systems are specifically designed to recycle plasterboard and stones and can handle a capacity of 12-20 tons / hour. The 'pockets' and 'crushers' of the system break the plaster firmly from the cardboard layer, leaving almost nothing of it. It produces a high quality plaster that can be reused for production.
 

For many years, we have been developing, producing and installing complete sorting lines for various waste streams. From these waste streams our sorting lines distil materials for a second phase

Colubris Cleantech

About waste recycling

Waste is raw material. Reuse of these materials ensures that fewer raw materials are needed and that less waste is removed in the incinerator. The better the materials are separated, the higher the reuse value. For many years, Colubris Cleantech has been developing, producing and installing complete sorting lines for various waste streams. From these waste streams our sorting lines distil materials for a second phase of life.

 

About this project

Customer: A group of foreign companies
Time frame: The solution was introduced in 2009.

Highlights

  • 12-20 tons / hour.
  • Recyclable up to 100%.
     

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