- As people already in this business
already know, plastic recycling is not an easy
- If you are a beginner, you better watch out because
even people with experience are making mistakes and
here we're talking about lots of money.
- So, if you get some advices you know how much
it cost, if you don't, you may be lucky, and I whish
you are, but if you aren't you can go in big troubles.
- If you already are (in troubles) I may be able
- IF YOU
ARE ALREADY IN RECYCLING
and absolutely satisfied of the system
you're running this is not for you.
- But if you have
some concerns about quality and/or throughput
of your line this is what I can do
- First is to
check, together with you, and according
to your personal experience I do respect
very much, all the weak points and see
if I'm able to do something.
- Second is to see if operating costs
can be decreased by adding, replacing,
moving or removing a piece of equipment.
- And do not be surprised, this happens
- I know you know your
system more than very well, and anyway
better than me, but a second opinion
will not hurt.
- IF YOU ARE JUST STARTING
- I can tell you which way to go
and why, what to do according to the
source of scraps you have and, may be
more important, I will tell you what
not to do to avoid mistakes right at
- And people reading the left column
know what I'm talking about.
- Starting from feasibility study
I can go all the way to:
- Set up the space required for your
scraps, machinery and storage area.
- Laying the system out with all the
- Provide for drawing for local construction
of some parts of the line.
- Put all vendors together so you
haven't to worry about interfaces.
- Supply the logic of the system ,
as far as electrical and electronic
control, the water circuit and so on.