If you are the owner of a plastics manufacturing facility, you already realize the importance of being able to easily separate and convey your plastic materials to different positions within your plant. There are several distinct types of material separation systems that can be designed and developed for you company’s unique and specific requirements, keeping your work flow running as smoothly and cost effectively as possible. At Sterling Systems, we have vast knowledge and experience in providing systems to separate and extract plastics of varying forms that provide an efficient and effective solution to remove dust, debris and fibers from plastic granules or flakes for a more valuable product for recycling.
At Sterling Systems, we are known as the leading business that has created and developed the most affordable and longest lasting material separation systems and equipment that can handle all of your material handling requirements. With the increasing demand to reduce the waste that’s going to our local landfills, it is more important than ever to ensure that recyclable materials are separated and extracted from the waste flow. Our systems ensure that these materials are recovered and are successfully reprocessed, which can lead to saving thousands of tons of recyclable materials from going into landfills.
In order to help face the mounting problems that are being presented to the plastics processing industry, our work is focused primarily on the designing, developing and testing of material separation and sorting techniques that are able to recover plastic products from waste, and then being able to reprocess and recycle them into new products. Various technology for separating plastic materials have recently been developed, and we are the leading innovators that have brought these new technologies to light. Many smart and savvy business owners have come to realize that when they promote their eco-friendly values to their potential clients, they are more apt in purchasing your brand and products.
The growth of plastic waste has had a negative impact on the environment. The potential reasons for this, are that the available capacity for land filling of wastes is declining and the incineration of plastics may cause the emission of harmful gases, together with generations of toxic fly and bottom ash that contains lead and cadmium. Without recycling, the life circle of products merely becomes a series of events without a logical solution to the conservation of resources, since the potentially useful materials can consequently become a hazard to our environment.
If you would like some additional information regarding the headways and business standards that our material separation systems have produced, Sterling Systems would like to invite you to visit our website. At sterlingblower.com, you can learn more about the exciting and innovative solutions that we have developed and integrated within our business core. On our home page, you can leave your contact information, along with any questions or comments that you may have, for a fast response. You can also simply call us at 434.316.5310, and speak with one of our friendly and professional team members.