Auto shredder offers new market opportunities for scrap metal processing

Auto shredder offers new market opportunities for scrap metal processing

Wendt Corp. supplies shredder, nonferrous separation system to Newco Metal & Auto Recycling

Recycling Today, May 2019 Edited by Kelly Maile / read original article here

St. John’s, Newfoundland-based Newco Metal & Auto Recycling has commissioned an M6090 modular automobile shredder plant and nonferrous separation system from Buffalo, New York-based Wendt Corp.

The installation represents Newco’s first automobile shredder and offers new market opportunities and economic advantages for processing the company’s scrap metal, according to a news release.

Newco was originally founded in 1992 and acquired in 2010 by current owner, Bob Anstey. In the past nine years, Anstey has worked to help grow and expand the company by “modernizing it” with new equipment and technology. Newco has 12 stores throughout Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, and serves more than 100 municipalities by providing ferrous and nonferrous metals cleanup services of landfills and industrial sites.

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