[GRRN] FW: Pulverizing equipment for organics

From: Reindl, John (Reindl@co.dane.wi.us)
Date: Mon Oct 02 2000 - 11:27:07 EDT

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     With apologies for cross posting
     
     A contact in the UK who works as a consultant specialising in large scale
     contained composting systems, especially batch tunnels, and as a Director
    of
     the UK Composting Association is looking for recommendations for equipment
     to hammermill organic solid waste for direct reuse or for facilitating
    composting.
     
     Can someone help him out? He is not on this list, so if you would please
     contact David Border directly at djborder@msn.com.
     
     Thanks much!
     
     John Reindl
     Dane County, WI
     
     
    > John:
    >
    > Happy to help out.
    >
    > I am also looking for some info. Are you aware of anyone n the US who is
    > taking the organic fraction of unsorted MSW (say <100mm through a trommel
    > screen) and then pulverising it, either to produce an end product
    directly
    > or as a precursor to composting? What I am really looking for is a
    > supplier of a hammer mill, or equivalent, that will pulverise this type of
    > organic material at about 20 tonnes an hour or more.
    >
    > Any suggestions would be gratefully received.
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > David Border
    > DBCC, PO Box 42, St. Ives, Cambs., PE17 4BL, UK
    > Tel:/Fax: +44 (0)1480 466177
    > Email: djborder@msn.com



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