If you have found your way to today’s Karl Schmidt Mfg. Inc. blog post, it is more than likely you already know a thing or two about material handling systems like our belt-and-chain conveyors.
That said, a lot of people think of our material handling systems as giant mechanized sorting, fluffing, and conveyor systems. While they aren’t wrong when they say that our material handling systems move and sort materials, but what we think of when talking about our material handling systems we think of the integral role that they play in recycling.
Recycling is a difficult thing to do. After all, it is not as simple as gathering the glass, metal, plastics, and paper from the recycling bins that people leave at the end of their driveway every other week. Instead, collecting the recyclables is the easy part — the real difficulties begin once the recyclables have been collected, and it is time to efficiently sort them.
Continue reading as we discuss how our material handling systems play a support role in the recycling industry.