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MRF of the Moment: Combining new screens with existing equipment

Right Away Disposal MRF-ArizonaA small-scale materials recovery facility in Arizona demonstrates the ability to engineer a line from both new and existing equipment.

Right Away Disposal recently opened its 10-tons-per-hour single-stream line, which was provided by equipment company CP Group. The MRF in Apache Junction, east of Phoenix, includes new disc screens from CP Group incorporated alongside Right Away Disposal’s existing sort lines, conveyors and baler.

“This facility shows how CP is able to blend existing equipment with our own to create a low-cost, highly effective solution,” Terry Schneider, CEO of CP Group, stated in a press release.

The system includes a CP Glass Breaker Screen and a CPScreen, which both feature the CP Cam-Disc for separating 2-D and 3-D materials. A CP OCCScreen was also installed.

The new equipment allows for a higher throughput and improved commodities recovery, according to CP Group.

San Diego-based CP Group calls the small throughput MRF lines “McMRFs.”

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