Plastic Waste Systems

COMPLETE PLASTIC RECYCLING SYSTEM

EMALTE is in partnership with PLASTIC COLLECTIVE, SOUTHERN CROSS UNIVERSITY AND THE NATIONAL MARINE SCIENCE CENTRE who won a government CRC-P grant in early 2020.  Emalte’s role in this project is to engineer a complete Plastic Recycling System.  This is a groundbreaking project which will see the delivery of rapidly deployable containerised systems to waste plastic hotspots.

The project commenced on March 1 2020 and runs for 3 years. Funded by the Federal Government this project is perfectly suited to EMALTE’s engineering capabilities.,

COMPLETE PLASTIC WASTE RECYCLING SYSTEM

DESIGN

Design complete Plastic Recycling Systems

DEPLOY

Deploy containerised system at speed

DELIVER

Deliver Plastic Recycling Centres & Education

EMALTE is in partnership with PLASTIC COLLECTIVE, SOUTHERN CROSS UNIVERSITY AND THE NATIONAL MARINE SCIENCE CENTRE who won a government CRC-P grant in early 2020.  Emalte’s role in this project is to engineer a complete Plastic Recycling System.  This is a groundbreaking project which will see the delivery of rapidly deployable containerised systems to waste plastic hotspots.

The project commenced on March 1 2020 and runs for 3 years. Funded by the Federal Government this project is perfectly suited to EMALTE’s engineering capabilities.,

DESIGN

Design complete Plastic Recycling Systems

DEPLOY

Deploy containerised system at speed

DELIVER

Deliver Plastic Recycling Centres & Education

THE 'SHRUDER' PLASTIC SHREDDING MACHINE

BACKGROUND WITH PLASTIC COLLECTIVE

Emalte’s involvement with Plastic Collective goes back to 2016.   Recognising the need for specialist engineering skills Mark Wolf CEO Emalte, and Louise Hardman Founder Plastic Collective, joined forces so Louise’s vision to empower some of the World’s most vulnerable communities by providing a solution for their plastic epidemic .

Emalte re-engineered the original ‘Shruder’ and the ‘Shruder Mark II’ was born.

Shruder Mark II has been used in a variety of Plastic Collective Pilot Projects including in The Whitsundays, Bali and Saba.   As a result of these projects areas needing improvement were identified which has led to the partnering up of Plastic Collective, Southern Cross Uni and National Maritime Science Centre to find bigger solutions for this escalating problem.

View Louise Hardman demonstrate how ‘The Shruder’ works in this video >>

SHRUDER MARK II IN ACTION

THE 'SHRUDER' PLASTIC SHREDDING MACHINE

BACKGROUND WITH PLASTIC COLLECTIVE

Emalte’s involvement with Plastic Collective goes back to 2016.   Recognising the need for specialist engineering skills Mark Wolf CEO Emalte, and Louise Hardman Founder Plastic Collective, joined forces so Louise’s vision to empower some of the World’s most vulnerable communities by providing a solution for their plastic epidemic .

Emalte re-engineered the original ‘Shruder’ and the ‘Shruder Mark II’ was born.

Shruder Mark II has been used in a variety of Plastic Collective Pilot Projects including in The Whitsundays, Bali and Saba.   As a result of these projects areas needing improvement were identified which has led to the partnering up of Plastic Collective, Southern Cross Uni and National Maritime Science Centre to find bigger solutions for this escalating problem.

View Louise Hardman demonstrate how ‘The Shruder’ works in this video >>

SHRUDER MARK II IN ACTION

THE PLAN - WHAT HAPPENS NEXT

STAGE 1 - Prototype Design

 

Stage 1 is currently underway.   Blueprints have been designed and approved by Project Partners.  Construction of the the prototype is scheduled for 20th April 2020.   More information will be available shortly.  If you would like to find out more at this stage, please do not hesitate to contact us below for more information or you can sign up below to receive regular blog updates on this important project..