Zero waste tops agenda for CDE
By Steve Ducker25 May 2022
CDE, a leading supplier of sand and aggregate wet processing solutions for the natural processing and waste recycling sectors, has revealed its product showcase for the Hillhead trade show (21 to 23 June, Buxton, United Kingdom).
In a 30-year history, CDE has been engineered for zero waste with its wet processing solutions across both natural processing and waste recycling, collaborating with customers to create solutions to extract the valuable resources contained in recycling industry waste streams.
Alongside its Hillhead product showcase, CDE will be joined by representatives from customer Peel NRE (Natural Resources and Energy), part of Peel L&P.
Peel NRE describes itself as being “at the heart of the nation’s activity around clean growth and the circular economy – helping the UK achieve net zero by 2050 and supporting regions in their actions to achieve climate emergency targets”.
The company is currently working with CDE to embark upon a new venture called NRE Aggregates that will be a vertical integration within their current business.
During the show the Peel NRE team will share more about the upcoming construction and demolition waste recycling project at Port Salford in Greater Manchester and plans for creating sustainable aggregates.
Equipment on display will include CDE’s R-Series primary scalping unit (R4500), AggMax logwasher and counter flow classification unit (CFCU).
The R4500 was created to handle the most troublesome materials, including heavily clay-bound mineral and waste materials, offering high-energy screening of material and oversize removal before it enters the AggMax logwasher for scrubbing and classification.
The AggMax technology is engineered to operate in the toughest of conditions to maximise product yield from the most abrasive and clay contaminated of feedstocks, while the CFCU provides an effective system for removal of lightweight contamination from fine material fraction.