Recycler Advance Reopens California MRFRecycler Advance Reopens California MRF
September 4, 2014
The Hesperia-based Advance expanded its MRF to process 50 tons per hour (TPH) compared with its previous level of 20 TPH. It now operates on one extended shift instead of two because of the increased throughput.
Advance Disposal serves residents and businesses in the cities of Hesperia, Oak Hills, Spring Valley Lake and unincorporated Apple Valley.
CP Group decommissioned the old equipment, which included an in-feed conveyor and shaker screen, while leaving the sort station to be reused in the new system. The new equipment installed to increase the system throughput and increase material recovery levels included the CP metering drum, CP trommels, overbelt magnets, CP scalping screen, CP glassbreaker screen, 2 CPscreens with proprietary cam-disc screening technology, eddy current separator and a fines trommel.