Watch this industrial recycling machine chew cast iron and aluminum like it was a Ritz cracker
Recycling is where it’s at. It’s one of those things that has become a daily part of our routine. It’s a great way to keep good stuff out of our landfills, supports public health, and creates jobs. It saves money, and best of all, it’s easy.
Have you ever wondered what happens to big stuff when it’s recycled? We know that newspapers and soda cans are easily shredded, but what about things like engine blocks, logs or whole cars? They need to be shredded too, in order to properly separate and use the material. Have you ever considered the saber-toothed mechanized megalodon that would be necessary for such a task? Well wonder no more!
Watch the PRI-MAX 560 in action!
Got Logs? Shed E’m!
What happens when Jesse James shreds a whole hearse and a couple of propane tanks?
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