CBI Customer Case Study
LEDR Recycling, St. Charles, MO
LEDR Recycling (Landfill-Environmental-Diversion-Reclamation) is set to open its doors in April 2015 as a construction and demolition (C&D) indoor material recovery facility in St. Charles, Missouri. Loads consisting of wood, concrete, drywall, plastic, metal, cardboard, aggregates and other recyclable materials are processed through a stationary processing system designed and manufactured by CBI. As the windows of other landfills are beginning to close within the St. Louis Metropolitan area, LEDR Recycling will operate 8-10 hours a day, 5-6 days a week. Its stationary system is expected to produce over 50 tons per hour of throughput.
Instead of waiting upwards of nearly an hour between loads, trucks can now resort to LEDR Recycling’s 3-acre concrete plot to drop off waste materials without any wait. CBI’s stationary processing system is joined by a customized CBI Magnum Force 5400 Stationary Grinder. The system features a Taper Slot screener, thicker machine belts, solid hopper plates, fines conveyor, fines magnet, incline conveyor, mezzanine, picking conveyor and inline electromagnet. The fines magnet picks up any steel in the two inch fines cut while anything over two inches in size continues down the conveyor to those picking the debris by hand and the inline electromagnet gets any steel missed by the pickers. About 45% of LEDR Recycling’s processing material will be wood.
President/Managing Partner: John Davis