Ahead of No-Dig Down Under taking off next month, Quarry sat down with CDE to discuss one of the country’s largest trade shows and what it means for the business.
CDE will showcase its extensive solid/liquid waste recycling equipment range at No-Dig Down Under. The event, which is the second largest trenchless technology event in the world, will take place 12-14 September at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
It marks a big showcase for CDE as one of the leading suppliers of wet processing solutions for waste recycling and the quarry sector. The company will highlight the effectiveness G:MAX in processing a wide variety of voluminous waste streams, including NDD (Non-Destructive Drilling) muds.
“CDE solid/liquid waste recycling equipment is helping spearhead a more sustainable approach to industrial waste management in Australia,” Webber said.
“As the number of vac trucks in the marketplace continues to grow, our hydrovac technology is enabling maximum resource recovery and providing highly effective water management to boost profitability and drive down operational costs, including disposal fees.”
Webber said this year’s No-Dig Down Under event represents CDE’s largest-ever product showcase in the Australian wet waste market.
“Our NDD solutions are delivering significant economic return and positive environmental outcomes country-wide, and we look forward to showcasing the real-world applications of our product suite at our largest trade event to date in the local market,” he said.
With all essential processes housed on one chassis, CDE’s G:MAX is an all-in-one wet processing system with an integrated hopper for direct feeding, a split screen for separating products and a onboard control panel.
A highly versatile system, it can be used to process a range of solid/liquid wastes, including road sweepings, gully waste, hydrovac waste and more.
Alongside its product showcase, CDE’s Daniel Webber will share expert insights into the proven solutions delivered for customers in the Australian market.
On Wednesday 13 September, Webber will present a case study discussing the company’s ongoing partnership with Enviropacific at its state-of-the-art soil and waste processing facility, SOLVE, located in Altona, Victoria.
SOLVE has accepted contaminated material from Western Australia, South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory, and has supported landmark remediation projects including the former Fitzroy Gasworks and Armidale Gasworks sites.
For more information about CDE and its wet processing solutions, book at meeting at cdegroup.com or visit the team at No-Dig Down Under from 12-14 September 2023, stand 75.