We believe our expertise and knowledge gained from our many installations makes Turmec an ideal candidate for this project. We look to achieve a critical balance between automated, mechanical and manual sorting. This innovative approach enables us to make overall operational efficiencies for our […]
As work continues in Australia amid the Covid 19 Pandemic Turmec stood down on one of the sites to conduct a valuable Tool Box Talk specific for contractors under the Covid Prevention plan. Recent changes to Australian environmental policy will result in significant investment in how waste is […]
Turmec earlier this year engaged in the design manufacturing and installation of the Waste Processing line for Murray Waste based in Wexford. Murray Waste Recycling Ltd began skip hire operations in the late 1990's. The New Murray Plant was needed in order to process local waste in the area, as […]
The rise of home shopping and especially during COVID times has seen a huge rise in OCC, especially small pieces of OCC coming into co-mingled MRFs across the UK. Recovery of large OCC is well established but the small OCC can travel through the MRF process and can often end up in the plastic […]
These past few months have being extremely challenging for all and as we continue to navigate through these difficult times, We want to reassure our customers that we remain open and continue to provide 24/7 Emergency Support, supporting our valued customers across Ireland and the UK We will […]
Turmec are about to start work to install a C&D sorting plant for RM Penny Plant Hire and Demolition in Wells in Somerset. The plant will be capable of treating 20 tph of C&D waste to remove valuable recyclates such as wood, hardcore, soils and metal. Tom Brimble from RM Penny says “This plant […]
Mobile waste processing has risen to a new level with the world’s largest machine of its type, able to achieve high capacities within a compact design.
Turmec’s state of the art Mobile Eddy Current Separator is just 3m wide and 3m high, yet it can process 300m3 per hour of material.