Thank you to our conference sponsors
SSI Shredding Systems engineers, manufactures and services industry-proven size and volume reduction solutions. With installations in over 51 countries spanning all 7 continents, SSI utilizes patented features with low-speed, high-torque technologies to produce quality one-, two-, and four-shaft industrial shredders, primary waste reducers and pre-load/transfer station compactors.
Since 1980, SSI's innovation, improvement, and engineering has created an evolution of the most versatile shredders in the market today. SSI Shredding Systems continues to extend the limits of size reduction by asking one recurring question: What Needs Shredding?®
Vecoplan designs, engineers and builds turnkey mechanical systems that process MSW, C&D debris, Industrial scrap and other wastes to be used as RDF in WTE applications. Our systems are used in facilities that produce a broad range of alternative fuels, including: pellets, cellulosic ethanol, syngas, second-generation liquid transportation fuels, and other advanced biofuels from waste.
Vecoplan systems provide application specific receiving, sizing or shredding, ferrous & non-ferrous metals removal, screening, size and density separation, conveying, loading & unloading, storage, and metered feeding of waste prior to the production of energy or conversion to fuel.
Covanta is a world leader in providing sustainable waste and energy solutions. Covanta provides communities and businesses environmentally sound solid waste disposal by using waste to generate clean, renewable energy. Annually, Covanta's Energy-from-Waste facilities convert approximately 20 million tons of waste into clean, renewable electricity to power one million homes and recycle over 440,000 tons of metal. Energy-from-Waste facilities reduce greenhouse gases, complement recycling and are a critical component to sustainable solid waste management.
The Power Resource Group develops projects utilizing waste streams for power and heat production on a scale appropriate for a distributed energy vision. PRG was founded from within Charlotte, NC-based Calor Energy in 2014, where PRG principals had many REW clients and were eager to move from advising to putting steel in the ground. Most recently, PRG has developed a poultry-waste-to-energy project pipeline and started construction on the first $24M, 200 tpd plant providing power and steam to a host factory (commercial operation March 2018). PRG is proud to sponsor the REW conference in 2017 with the aim of connecting with waste-stream decision-makers for two current areas of interest: hard-to-dispose of wood products (such as rail ties), and unrecycle-able plastics. Related inquiries are welcome.