MMDPS is a method and apparatus for separation CO-mingled solid waste materials for the purpose of recycling and recovery.
This process is particularly suited for the separation of metal from Auto Shredder Residue (ASR) and the recycling of electronic scrap for the recovery of precious metals.
In the process the metal fraction of the waste is separated based on its type (gold, copper,
aluminum, zinc, etc.), each metal is collected in a separate location within the system and is 98%
free of contamination of other fibers or metals in the CO-mingled feed material.
MMDPS may also be used to separate plastics from one another in order to make each product
A Total Waste Recovery System (TWRS) is a process of combining technologies to process solid and liquid wastes from both domestic and industrial sources.
The results or by-products of the process are salable by-products with zero discharge of waste to the environment.
The economics of such a process is that the processor (plant ownership) receives revenue from
tipping fees or processing fees to receive the waste and then they receive revenue from the sale
of the products that result.
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