Enviromix accepts Delivery of First Track Mounted Neuenhauser

Enviromix Pty Ltd, Melbourne’s Green Waste processor, has accepted delivery of Australia’s first Neuenhauser; a 3-Fraction Star Screen on crawler Tracks.  Operating since 2003 and based in Dingley Village, South East Melbourne, Enviromix turned to their trusted dealer, Morbark Pacific (a member of the Lincom Group of companies) for a screening solution for their organic waste material.

“We have had plenty of experience with other screening solutions for our Green Waste but due to the unusual amount of rainfall we had been experiencing in Melbourne, we needed to look at an alternative” commented General Manager of Enviromix, Michael Wood.  At this time Morbark Pacific had been appointed authorised dealer for Neuenhauser and offered to take key personnel from Enviromix to Europe to inspect various Star Screen machines in operation on their particular application.  “We were blown away by what we saw in Germany,” said Eric Deighton, Enviromix’s Production Manager.  “We went over there with Roy Watterson, CEO of the Lincom Group in early February so it was at the height of European winter and the conditions were much worse than ours.  However, the Neuenhauser Star Screen performed extremely well, in such difficult conditions,” he continued.

Enviromix opted for a 3-Fraction machine, separating their grinded Green Waste into 3 products; 0-10mm, 10-60mm and +60mm.  The machine comes with a windsifter which extracts contaminated material such as plastics and paper from the feed stock.  Other options include magnets on each conveyor, acid proof conveyors for organic waste, reversing fan and automatic central lubrication.  The machine is on crawler tracks for ease of onsite mobility.

“We are delighted to add the Neuenhauser product to our Recycling portfolio and are equally pleased that we can serve an existing and loyal customer in Enviromix, with a machine that is tailor made to their particular needs,” commented Ben McQuaid, National Sales Manager for Morbark Pacific.