A new Doppstadt shredder

O'Donovan invests in MRF kit

Published:  30 November, 2015

Independent waste and recycling company O'Donovan Waste Disposal has invested in new equipment to further enhance its waste processing and recycling capabilities.

It has bought a Powerscreen Powertrak 750 mobile screener, a Doppstadt DW-3060K mobile shredder and a Marathon 250 two-ram baling press equipped with a BlueMAC feeder.

The Powertrak 750 is a high capacity mobile screener with a potential output of up to 600 tonnes per hour. It can handle the toughest scalping tasks and its lively screening action delivers high performance in fine screening applications, processing materials such as crusher run and topsoil.

A vibrating grid feed-in width of 4.4m allows it to be easily fed by excavator, loading shovel or grab. Quick set-up times, compact dimensions to help its transportation, heavy-duty, low ground pressure crawler tracks, user-friendly operation and maintenance make the Powertrak 750 popular worldwide in contracting, quarrying, rental and recycling applications.

O'Donovan is also offering this versatile machine for hire throughout Greater London and the Home Counties.

A Powerscreen Powertrak 750 mobile screener

The crawler-mounted Doppstadt DW-3060K is a heavy-duty shredder designed to handle large bulk timber and wood waste, mixed construction waste and industrial refuse. O'Donovan's new shredder is hard at work at the company's Tottenham MRF, pre-shredding material to a manageable size before trammel-screening which speeds up the process and reduces the volume of processed waste on site, so saving space.

Marathon's Model 250 Galaxy2R twin-ram baling press is equipped with a highly efficient power unit and features a robust, full-penetration compaction ram to produce high density bales to the required transport dimensions.

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