How can you save time, money and space in waste recycling and paper recycling yards? The Tiger Depack offers an interesting answer.
Our innovative waste separation machine can reduce the output in paper recycling by more than 50%. When waste paper is recycled, other waste materials are produced in addition to the recycled paper. Products such as Tetra Pak consist of plastic-laminated cardboard, and in the household these composite materials often end up in the paper bin.
In our process we feed these composites to the Tiger Depack and the machine separates plastics and paper by adding water. This means that on the one hand you get a paper fibre mixture and clean and dry plastic. This reduces more than half of the weight that would otherwise have to be disposed of at great expense. This technology is not only applicable for paper industries. Until now, the same system or has been used for bio waste, residual waste, plastic and metal-packed products, packaged beverages and food. The Tiger Depack-system is an innovative and environmentally friendly technology. On average, a European consumes between 130 kg and 320 kg of paper per year per head. Germany is in the upper midfield with 258 kg. This high consumption of paper could be made much more environmentally friendly by using the Tiger Depack. And for the recycling industry in the paper industry, enormous disposal costs could be saved by effectively separating the recyclables. A win-win situation for all involved. The Tiger Depack is therefore a very interesting solution in waste paper treatment for the recycling industry.
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