Construction and Demolition (C&D)

Automated sorting of a most challenging material.

Cutting through the massive, mixed clutter of Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste requires ingenuity that’s always mindful of the bottom line. Efficient recovery of these materials could mean the difference between red and black ink. Whether you’re looking for a simple manual sort line or highly automated sorting, BHS has a solution for you.

We sweat the small stuff.

A significant percentage of the C&D material stream is made up of small pieces, and hand sorting these materials is inefficient and produces low recovery.  Only automation will keep these materials out of the landfill. BHS can make your transition to automation fast and painless. Our Nihot air technology is unsurpassed as it delivers accurate separation of rock, wood and light material.

 

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