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Posted on May 27, 2019 by Anniina Rasmus
A high-quality landfill compactor is the minimum requirement when operating a safe, sanitary, and profitable landfill. However, to really maximize profitability, a mobile slow-speed industrial waste shredder is a great next step. With the right equipment, you can process waste to extend the lifecycle of a sanitary landfill and get profit from recovering valuable materials from municipal solid waste (MSW).
Posted on March 21, 2019 by Tana Oy
Happy customers around the world are currently using TANA machines at their landfill sites, in transfer stations, or in other waste management facilities. A major factor in their user experience is not only the effective machinery but what comes with it: fast and competent aftersales that supports TANA customers for years throughout the entire lifecycle of their Tana products.
Posted on July 19, 2017 by Tana Oy
Landfill managers know the amount of incoming waste quite well, but all waste is not created equal and comparing only the daily incoming tonnage can be misleading. Getting to know your hourly input tonnages by waste stream and peak hours will help you to choose the right size of compactor.
Posted on January 20, 2017 by Tana Oy
To operate a highly functioning landfill, you need to integrate the right technologies into smart processes. By optimizing the processes in management of waste streams and handling of waste, you can increase the life expectancy of a landfill, guaranteeing increased lifetime profit.
Posted on November 16, 2016 by Yli-Erkkilä Mirja
Tire shredding is an efficient way of destroying breeding environments of mosquitos spreading zika virus. The shredders can be transported where the piles are, tire shreds have multiple uses and the terrible disease can be stopped.
Posted on October 23, 2015 by Mirja Yli-Erkkilä
Track-type tractor (=Bulldozer) is very popular machine in the landfill. TTT usually prepares the site by spreading the first waste layer because bottom layers of a new site can be damaged when real landfill compactor is used. During the normal...

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