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Large Industrial Shredders are Now Economically Viable

June 23, 2012

Global Recycling Equipment, a division of Shredderhotline, offers large and very large industrial shredders, for a price that most would expect to pay for what is considered to be a small machine.

Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) June 22, 2012

For the past four decades, large industrial shredders have not been economically viable. They have been around for quite some time and their capabilities have always been very impressive. But their price tag always held back major projects, as the returns could not justify the expense. This has now changed.

Global Recycling Equipment, a division of Shredderhotline, offers large and very large shredders, for a price that most would expect to pay for what is considered to be a small machine. The complete list of the companies industrial shredder models and prices are listed on it’s website.

The companies creator has been around for as long as industrial shredders themselves. Dan Burda started the Saturn shredder company in 1972, when the first industrial shredder was invented, and the SSI shredder company in 1983. The group as extensive experience in delivering large projects, and working with special requirements, such as radioactive waste. Former clients include, but are not limited to: Boeing, Merk pharmaceutical, Mercedez Benz, the US Army, The US Air Force, Komatsu, Hitachi, BFI and many Municipal bodies. There are very few, if any companies asides from Global Recycling Equipment, that offer such a high level of expertise in the shredder field.

With the new pricing structure offered in the industrial shredder field, large waste management projects can be accomplished with complete shredding lines that involve as many as four industrial shredders in a single line. Maintenance is greatly reduced and capacity greatly increased and down time reduced, since wear and tear is spread across several industrial shredders.

Global Recycling Equipment has open the door to the future of recycling and waste management. take a look at http://www.globalrecyclingequipment.com

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