Digital Recycling Expo and Conference for Circular Economy and Waste Management
When: 31st August 2020 - 1st, 2nd and 4th September 2020
Where: live online, free register to eREC 2020
What is eREC? The new expo and online conference
eREC brings the expo to a new digital level, supporting the direct interaction between company and customer.
A new complete digital context: virtual stands, videos, brochures, chats, an intense calendar of webinars and everything you need to discover its new solutions for solid waste treatment and recycling.
Forrec in the program of eREC 2020:
- Monday, 31st of August, 2020 Paper Recycling / Recycled Paper / Plastic / Plastic Recycling / Textile Recycling
- Tuesday, 01st of September, 2020 E-Waste
- Wednesday, 02nd of September, 2020 Scrap, Machinery
- Friday, 04th of September, 2020 Circular Economy / Waste to Energy / Market Insights
Use the following link to sign up as a visitor for eREC 2020. After that, you have free access to the the program and you can sign up for Forrec’s Webinar about “The Right Steps to a Profitable Recycling Technology”, 2nd September, from 02.30 to 03.00: erec.expo-ip.com
During eREC 2020 Forrec will introduce its new plants for waste treatment, in particular: the new TX1600 shredder of ELTs (End-of-Life Tyres) and two new refrigerators treatment systems.
The new TX1600 Shredder for Tyre and Rubber Recycling
TX1600 is the brand new shredder specifically designed and manufactured by Forrec for the treatment of ELTs (End-of-Life Tyres). TX1600 Shredder is able to respond to specific market's demands, without giving up productivity, which must never be below five tons per hour for the treatment to be economically sustainable. High torque and low speed allow to get maximum performance with low consumption. TX1600 Shredder is equipped with special blades to overcome the problem of fraying the steel wire contained in the rubber of the tyre.
The new Recycling Plants for Refrigerators
Forrec has recently designed and manufactured a new plant which allows the possibility of treating up to 120 refrigerators in a hour with a single line. This new recycling plant has already been installed in two French cities. One of the most important characteristics of these new plants for refrigerator recycling is the correct treatment of hazardous gas in refrigerators.