Garb Oil & Power, a provider of equipment to the waste processing and recycling industries, has introduced a compact LCD-monitor waste recycling plant that can process 3 metric tons per hour of throughput.
The plant, aimed at both the national and international markets, will be equipped with technology on an automotive level such as the Pre-Shredders with quick-change-system and the Secondary Shredders with automatic knife adjustment system to recycle electronic waste.
The recycling plant also comes with a full buyback agreement on all output materials produced, in line with Garb’s ClosedCycle and NoWaste residue principle aimed at finding ways to process all waste and desecrating nothing.
Garb Oil & Power president Garb Rossi said that the company is pleased to introduce its first full LCD-Monitor Waste Recycling Plant.
“Garb is interested in having many such compact computer waste recycling plants stationed all over the world, reducing the direct impact of electronic waste on landfills everywhere,” Rossi said.