September 21, 2016

Major project in Switzerland: BHS implements turnkey waste incineration and recycling plant

Turnkey waste incineration processing plant for the Swiss company DHZ The BHS scope of delivery covers all components for two complete processing plants The new supersort®metall processing plant is currently being commissioned BHS rotor impact mills for fine processing BHS impact mills for coarse processing

BHS planned and implemented the turnkey waste incineration processing plant for the Swiss company DHZ The BHS scope of delivery covers all components for two complete processing plants: from loading to machine technology and through to big bag filling stations The new supersort®metall processing plant is currently being commissioned BHS rotor impact mills for fine processing are an essential part of the plant BHS impact mills for coarse processing are a central component of the plant

BHS-Sonthofen planned and implemented a turnkey plant for the processing and refinement of metals derived from waste incineration plant slag and other metal-bearing fractions. Recycling machines from BHS are core components of both processing lines, as they allow for efficient shredding. This order from Switzerland is the largest ever for the Recycling Technology division.

BHS-Sonthofen was commissioned by Swiss-based DHZ AG, headquartered in Lufingen, to build a plant for processing concentrated metals bound in incinerator bottom ash. The new plant named supersort®metall will also be able to process and refine a wide range of metal-bearing fractions. Recycling machines from BHS are core components of both processing lines, as they allow for efficient and selective shredding. This order from Switzerland is the largest ever for the Recycling Technology division.

The new recycling plant in Oberglatt was finished and handed over in September and is currently being commissioned. Based on the information provided by DHZ, the initial production runs have been successful and promising, and they will be stepped up and optimized in the coming weeks. The official opening ceremony will take place in 2017. At that time it will be possible to visit the plant in person.

For Alfred Weber, Sales Director Recycling Technology at BHS-Sonthofen, this contract underscores the success of BHS’s strategy to offer a continuously increasing range of complete plants: “Our client greatly appreciates that we do not simply deliver individual machines, but rather provide a fully operable plant in turnkey condition.”

More information about the DHZ recycling plant is available under www.supersort.ch

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