Earlier this year, General Kinematics had the honor of working with Peconic Recycling and Transfer Station in New York to install vibratory equipment for their new construction and demolition (C&D) waste and MSW waste system. This facility has been in the works for nearly eight years, and its grand opening is very exciting. The services include waste collection, commercial services, and recycling.

At the heart of this state-of-the-art sorting system are two pieces of General Kinematics (GK) vibratory process equipment:

  1. The SXS SCREEN®
  2. The DE-STONER®
Recycling center with General Kinematics SXS SCREEN™
Aerial view of the system set up and layout.

At this new facility, General Kinematics is most excited about the installment of their revolutionary SXS SCREEN®. This piece of machinery comes from over 20 years of research and creates double the stroke with the same low horsepower requirements like other GK FINGER-SCREEN™ equipment. In addition, it can be customized to fit your widths and separation requirements.

Along with the DE-STONER® Air Classifier, the equipment allows Peconic Recycling to run both C&D waste and MSW waste in the same system. This MULTI-STREAM capability is something no one else in the industry has achieved. In fact, with this General Kinematics equipment, they are able to sort and recycle roughly 220 tons of C&D waste and MSW waste each day that previously went to landfill!

Watch the video below to learn how the SXS SCREEN® plays a role in the New York recycling facility…

 

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