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General Kinematics creates innovative recycling systems to optimize material recovery . Meet our Director of Resource Recovery, Dick Reeves as he discusses GK recycling equipment featuring the Rod Deck Screen.

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Dick Reeves

Director of Resource Recovery | Dick Reeves

For more than 20 years Dick Reeves has been designing and engineering Recycling equipment for General Kinematics. Since Dick started at GK he has developed the C&D market in Australia, joined the CDRA Board of Directors, and championed the development of new equipment technology for multiple applications.

Have a question about GK Recycling Equipment? Ask Dick Reeves!

Director of Resource Recovery | Dick Reeves

For more than 20 years Dick Reeves has been designing and engineering Recycling equipment for General Kinematics. Since Dick started at GK he has developed the C&D market in Australia, joined the CDRA Board of Directors, and championed the development of new equipment technology for multiple applications.

Have a question about GK Recycling Equipment? Ask Dick Reeves!

Rod Deck Screen

Discover the benefits of General Kinematics’ one of a kind Rod Deck Screen.

General Kinematics Recycling Systems

General Kinematics Recycling Systems

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Florida Recycling: 75% by 2020

Notably similar to the goals of California, Florida is also striving to reach a 75% recycling rate by the year 2020. As both states are known for their beautiful weather and dedication to the environment, it is only fitting that Florida is also trying to do all they can to protect it. Though they both […]

California Recycling: 75% by 2020

California has long been one of the leaders of recycling in the US. Fitting the state’s green reputation, a law passed by Governor Jerry Brown in 2011 is pushing the state to reach a goal of 75% recovered recycled materials by 2020.   In addition to creating potentially 110,000 new jobs in the recycling industry, […]

Using Air Instead of Water to Separate your Recycled Materials

Separating recyclables by density is nothing new. For many years, the use of wet tanks to remove heavy materials from lights has been very successful. Unfortunately, the disadvantages of this technology are increasingly apparent. With stringent and increasing environmental regulations, use of water quickly becomes a messy proposition. When material enters a wet tank, any […]

Q&A: Ask Director of Resource Recovery, Dick Reeves.

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