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Van Dyk Advertorial_October 2018

Van Dyk October 2018 Advertorial
With installations and retrofits, customers are using Van Dyk’s products, including optical sorters and new non-wrapping screens, to thrive in a changing market. Creativity, experience and a customer-first approach are helping Van Dyk Recycling Solutions enjoy continued growth. Also: The technology and materials test center introduced last year expands to 49,000 square feet, and now includes classroom and conference facilities; the Van Dyk Direct online portal transforms the ordering of recycling equipment parts. …read >>


Van Dyk Recycling Solutions advertorial-oct2017Van Dyk October 2017 Advertorial
Read an example of an MSW processing plant in Mexico, designed and developed by Van Dyk, leapfrogging the U.S. in processing technology. Also: Van Dyk introduces a new way to separate single stream, FCC Group chooses Van Dyk for its new Dallas MRF, Van Dyk operates a large Bollegraaf baler repair facility, and Van Dyk unveils a new 30,000-square-foot materials test center at its Norwalk, Connecticut, USA headquarters. …read >>


Niagara fiber sortMRF Project Yields Best Practices on Fiber Sorting
The Regional Municipality of Niagara, Ontario, installed a fiber optical sorting system at its MRF that included two TITECH sorters from Van Dyk Recycling Solutions. A year later, the MRF was generating a cleaner newsprint stream and greater volumes of OBB/OCC for sale. Specifically, contamination in the newsprint stream dropped from 30.1 percent to 11 percent. Additionally, the MRF is recovering and selling nearly 60 percent more OBB/OCC than before. …read >>


wt_nwraNWRA Names FCC’s Dallas MRF Best Recycling Facility
The materials recovery facility was named Best Recycling Facility in North America by the National Waste & Recycling Association. The plant can handle more than 40 tons per hour of single-stream material. VDRS supplied the single-stream sorting system for the MRF. …read >>


MRF of the Month Recology San FranciscoRecycle Central MRF Sorting Capability Increases 37% to 630 Tons per Day
This 200,000-square-foot MRF, located on Pier 96 in San Francisco and operated by Recology, recently underwent a $11.7 million upgrade. The revamp included new Lubo 440 screens and TOMRA Autosort optical sorters. In addition to the increased throughput, the upgraded sorting technologies allow the facility to adapt to the “evolving ton.” …read >>


VanDyk-Lubo - WC screens - Sept RPN 2017Waste Connections (Texas) Reports Highest Production Ever with Lubo Screens
Waste Connections in McKinney, Texas, recently installed a new LUBO Non-Wrapping 440 Screen supplied by Van Dyk Recycling Solutions. The installation enabled Waste Connections to drastically cut time to clean decks, increase the number of quality-control sorters, reduce fiber and container cross-contamination and record some of their highest production ever. …read >>


operations milestone - FCC group MRFDallas MRF Helps Boost FCC Group’s Earnings
Sorting systems from Van Dyk at FCC’s Dallas MRF helped boost FCC’s earnings by nearly 13% in 1Q 2017 compared to the same quarter in the previous year. VDRS’s systems included Lubo StarScreens that separate old corrugated containers (OCC), glass, fiber and containers, including the Anti-Wrapping ONP (old newspapers) screen, the widest screen in the industry at 13.3 feet with 440 stars. We also supplied four TOMRA Autosort 4 optical sorters. …read >>


Van Dyk - Sims Brooklyn, NYMRF of the Month – Sims Recycling, New York City
Opened in late 2013, the Sims Municipal Recycling Sunset Park “Mega-MRF” is billed as the largest facility of its kind in the U.S. It handles the majority of New York City’s metal, glass and plastics, as well as a portion of its fiber. …read >>


Van Dyk - RecologyRecology Recycling Plant Is Focus of Extensive Coverage in New York Times
Recycling professionals from the U.S. and a number of countries regularly visit Recology’s recycling plant in San Francisco, CA, to “pick up tips on how to handle their own mushrooming piles of garbage back home.” Van Dyk designed and installed the plant, which is described in the article as “one of the world’s most advanced recycling plants” and “like a modern art installation.” …read >>