A municipal wastewater utility in Louisiana had a sludge disposal problem and knew they needed to dewater their sludge to bring their disposal costs down. Without dewatering equipment their only disposal option was to have 5,000 gallon tankers haul their sludge to a land application site for more information on how the Bright Technologies Belt […]
Many Industries such as Automotive, Aerospace, Recreational Vehicle and Farm Equipment manufacturing use abrasive grinding processes using petroleum or synthetic cutting fluids and coolants to machine precision parts for their products. These processes create a material commonly known as “Swarf” that is a mixture of metal particles, cutting fluids, cellulose and abrasives from the grinding […]
There’s a lot of junk that comes into the PPRE-Forevergreen plant in Charlotte, N.C. But once inside the building, the bales of comingled cardboard, paper, plastic, aluminum and other materials get started on a new life.
Last year, Best Buy handled 3.5 million pounds of expanded polystyrene packaging, or EPS.Because it’s bad for the environment – and also extremely expensive – to dump some 1,750 tons of EPS into landfills, Best Buy began using hot‐melt densifiers to compact the foam into recyclable blocks.
Food waste in the United States is a growing problem as Feeding America estimates 70 million pounds of food is wasted each year.
DCA member company, Sebright Products is once again in the spotlight! Sebright Products applied for and received a portion of an Access China grant that will assist West Michigan small manufacturers in creating a strong export plan in both China and India.
Being GREEN at Sebright Products, is to do things in a planned manner with environmental responsibility as a main priority. We have been environmentally responsible since we began manufacturing compactors, over 25 years ago in 1984.
Sebright Products Inc. differentiates its waste compaction equipment by using engineer-driven processes and offering customization.
The City of Beaver Dam (Wis.) water and wastewater utilities are pulling closer together, in part thanks to a dewatering system that now handles lime slurry from the water treatment plant but will eventually handle wastewater biosolids, too. Read Full Article Here: https://www.tpomag.com/editorial/2010/02/two-becoming-one Download PDF
In a competitive waste-handling equipment market, Michigan-based Sebright Products Inc. says its quality, product innovation, design, manufacturing capabilities and customer service set it apart.