Lincom Group’s Mark Malone details the company’s ever-expanding range of resource recovery offerings amid an acceleration of recycling sector investment opportunities.
NSW’s waste and resource recovery sector is set to see $11.6 billion in private investment over the next 10 years.
Through its zero organics waste to landfill by 2030 goal, the state government’s Net Zero Plan State One: 2020-2030 strategy outlines a range of actions.
NSW’s bold organics move is welcome news to Lincom Group. National Sales Manager – Forestry & Recycling Mark Malone says that Lincom’s sales team expect the initiatives will drive wider investment in efficient and high strength organics materials processing equipment.
“With over 25 years’ experience as a leading provider of material processing equipment and services, Lincom take pride in building and maintaining strong relationships with valued customers,” Mark says.
He adds that another source of pride is partnering with world-leading recycling equipment manufacturers such as Powerscreen, Neuenhauser, Kiverco, Morbark and Pronar.
As one range of many in Lincom’s extensive waste and resource recovery portfolio, Mark says Pronar Mobile Trommel Screens are a particularly effective organics solution.
He adds that given the screens’ high throughput capabilities, they are well suited to operators hoping to capitalise on the recent organics push.
“Thanks to their durable construction and simple operating principals, these mobile screens are perfect for working with various organic materials including soil, compost and biomass. Their versatility also enables the screening of municipal waste, coal and aggregate.”
Delivering the first Pronar mobile trommel to the Australian market in 2017, Lincom operates as the Polish-based manufacturer’s exclusive Australian distributor.
Mark says that Lincom can offer four separate units depending on application and throughput requirements, with replaceable drums available as punch plates of various thickness, with either square or round holes, or a mesh variety with replaceable mesh sections.
Machine dimensions and the ability to aggregate, for example with a lorry, allows operators to move on public roads without applying for a special permit. Lincom can supply screening drums customised to client needs, with circular or square perforation at any mesh size.
“Wide-opening covers provide quick and efficient access to the engine mounted on a rotating frame, providing excellent access to the powertrain, hopper and hydraulic components. This facilitates simple and efficient maintenance procedures, thereby minimising machine downtime.”
Lincom’s waste and recycling offerings also include Kiverco compact recycling plants, Morbark horizontal grinders and Neuenhauser Targo 3000 shredders and star screens.
Catrina Quinn, Lincom Group Marketing Manager says that while Lincom is particularly excited about developments in the organics sector, the company can facilitate equipment solutions for any and all waste streams.