Recycling is becoming a common practice at most public and private waste handling facilities. In fact, recycling organic wood waste is how many facilities started. Today, recycling wood waste, organic and processed, isn’t just a landfill space saver — it is also a revenue stream for many organizations.
To make wood waste a revenue stream area of your waste facility, you need to make sure you optimize your process. That starts with identifying what method of processing needs to be employed for the type of material being collected, determining the appropriate equipment to reduce the size of the material and deciding the steps for processing waste.
In this paper, you will learn about the different types of wood waste, equipment used for processing it, market opportunities and best practices for setting up a facility to produce recycled wood waste material.
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