CEMCO Introduces Glass Gator

CEMCO, based in Belen, N.M., is promoting its Glass Gator, which can turn glass into a 100 percent recyclable cullet or soft-edged sand byproduct, reducing waste handling costs and minimizing glass-related injuries.

"MsoNormal">CEMCO says the Glass Gator can process between 40-80 bottles per minute. The Glass Gator’s hopper features strategically placed trap doors to prevent flying glass debris, further enhancing the safety of the user, according to the company.

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Date: 12 June 2012
Source: www.recyclingtoday.com

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