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What Wood Waste Processing Equipment is Right for My Business?

Posted on: Apr 01, 2019 - 09:00 AM | Buying Recycling Equipment
Researching and selecting the appropriate equipment is the first and most important step in establishing a successful and profitable wood waste business. streamlines that process with our powerful online search functions and vast database of Tub & Horizontal Grinders, Chippers, Screeners, Blowers and other material handling equipment from a variety of manufactures that are available on today's market. Consequently, time spent on planning and research will be a wise investment.   Begin by determining your goals and what type and volume of material you wil... More

Tub or Horizontal Grinder?

Posted on: Nov 28, 2018 - 10:00 AM | Buying Recycling Equipment
If you need a grinder, for processing wood waste, you will face two important questions: how big and what style? The size of your grinder will, of course, be determined by the volume of your incoming waste stream as well as your projected growth over the next two to five years.   There are two grinder style choices - tub or horizontal.  Tub grinders are popular because they are productive, easy to work on and maintain. If you are in a remote area or if you can position your grinding operation in a controlled environment area where bystanders are kept back at least 200 feet,... More

How is buying or selling heavy used equipment like buying or selling a house?

Posted on: May 02, 2016 - 06:00 AM | Buying Recycling Equipment
Buying or selling used heavy equipment is almost like buying or selling a house. If you’re selling, your realtor will come in and tell you to fix all the minor and major issues.  The realtor or equipment broker will also ask you about issues that may be hidden.  Come clean and deal with these issues.  It will prevent headaches if and when it does sell.  You’ll get more for your house/used heavy equipment if you do.  If you don’t fix it, any potential buyer will look at the problems and will assume that this is just the tip of the ice berg.  ... More