Trade articles in the media

Recycling gypsum wallboard: Turning construction waste into a chemically-pure resource

November 2020
EU regulations, the reduction in FGD gypsum from lower coal use and increasing construction are among the many reasons that wallboard recycling is becoming more attractive. However, the process needs to be cost-efficient. To this end, BHS-Sonthofen has developed a process that entails two crushing stages. This even makes it possible to recycle any adhering impurities.
Global Gypsum Magazine, 11/2020

Efficiency in biogas generation

October 2020
BHS-Sonthofen has launched a new, completely redesigned version of the succesful Biogrinder on the market. The Biogrinder is used in biomass processing, where it ensures that biogas is generated efficiently and production is accelerated. The machine is now fitted with a disk rotor and stainless-steel components, making it stand out thanks to its improved durability and flexibility.
recovery, 05/2020

Recycling gypsum plasterboard: Turning construction waste into a chemically pure resource

October 2020
EU regulations, coal phase-out and the construction boom are among the many reasons these days for making the recycling of gypsum highly attractive. However, the process needs to be cost-efficient. BHS-Sonthofen developed a process that entails two crushing stages. This even makes it possible to recycle any adhering impurities.
ZKG INTERNATIONAL, 10/2020

Recycling gypsum plasterboard - Turning construction waste into a chemically pure resource

September 2020
EU regulations, coal phase-out and construction boom are among the many reasons these days for making the recycling of gypsum highly attractive. However, the process needs to be cost-efficient. BHS-Sonthofen developed a process that entails two crushing stages. This makes it even possible to recycle any adhering impurities.
AT MINERAL PROCESSING, 09/2020

New process by BHS-Sonthofen

September 2020
Fossil fuels are being increasingly replaced by other energy sources. Their use requires efficient storage technologies. However, lithium batteries and accumulators are often criticized, because the raw materials used for this technology are produced in an environmentally questionable manner in regions that are considered social hotspots. This makes it all the more important to have efficient and safe processes that allow the raw materials that went into the depleted batteries and accumulators to be returned to the material cycle. Together with its subsidiary AVA, BHS has developed a process that allows for the safe and efficient recycling of lithium-ion accumulators and batteries.
recovery, 04/2020

Economically efficient processing of automotive shredder residues

July 2020
For almost a year, a BHS-Sonthofen rotor impact mill has been in operation at Jansen Shredder Recycling BV in Moerdijk, the Netherlands, for the fine processing of automotive shredder residues (ASR). Thanks to years of experience in the processing of metal-bearing waste materials, the experts from Sonthofen found the optimal machine for processing abrasive materials. Wear costs at Jansen have significantly decreased since.
ALUMINIUM Journal, 7-8 / 2020