Erie, PA - Recycling industry professionals can now stay current with up-to-the-minute information on recycling products and news by subscribing to a free e-newsletter from Eriez®, world authority in advanced technology for magnetic, vibratory and inspection applications.
"The Eriez Orange Connect Recycling e-newsletter was developed to provide readers with information to help them run more efficient and profitable recycling operations," explains Al Gedgaudas, Eriez Resource Recovery Market Manager. "Each issue highlights the latest product innovations from Eriez." He explains, "Eriez equipment, either as individual units or complete systems, is designed for the most efficient and economical processing of municipal solid waste, comingled recyclables, shredded automobiles, electronic scrap, glass cullet, plastic (PET), foundry sand and many other resource recovery operations."
Eriez Orange Connect Recycling e-newsletters also include case studies profiling Eriez customers and describing their experiences with Eriez' products and services. Special issues highlight recycling trade shows and industry news.
"Today, technical advances and new techniques come so fast that it is often difficult for professionals to stay on top of the latest developments in their field," says Gedgaudas. "With more than six decades of experience solving problems in the recycling industry, Eriez is on the leading edge when it comes to recycling industry products and solutions. Our recycling e-newsletter is a great way for us to share valuable information with our readers to help them stay competitive in this rapidly changing industry," he adds.
Eriez is recognized as world authority in advanced technology for magnetic, vibratory and inspection applications. The company's magnetic lift and separation, metal detection, x-ray, materials feeding, screening, conveying and controlling equipment have application in the process, metalworking, packaging, recycling, mining, aggregate and textile industries. Eriez manufactures and markets these products through ten international facilities located on six continents.