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Sun Recycling opens new Florida location

By: CDR Staff
Source: Recycle Today
Date: October 22, 2014
The Sun Recycling subsidiary of Southern Waste Systems (SWS) opened its newest recycling facility in South Florida Oct. 22, 2014. SWS says Sun Recycling is the largest recycler of construction and demolition (C&D) material in the state of Florida. The new 10-acre site on Wallis Road in West Palm Beach, Florida, adds an additional 10 employees to SWS’ current roster of 709 employees. The new facility is dedicated to the recycling of concrete aggregate and is designed to complement a nearby location dedicated to recycling mixed C&D material and yard waste. The company has two other facilities in the county in West Palm Beach and Lantana. The new facility includes a 1400 Max crusher made by Eagle Crusher Co. Inc., Galion, Ohio, matched up to an Eagle 6-foot by 20-foot triple deck screen. According to SWS, the crusher has the capacity to generate up to four different size products at the same time and can process up to 250 tons per hour depending on the material. “The state of Flo

Charles Gusmano, Scholarship Chairman of Police Foundation announces 2014 Recipients

By: Tom Murphy
Source: Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation
Date: June 19, 2014
Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation Scholarship Chairman Charles Gusmano has announced the two recipients of a $1,500 scholarship. The Foundation awards scholarships to recognize local students based on their academic achievement, community service
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Uptime machines

By: Volvo Construction Equipment
Source: Construction and Demolition Recycling
Date: April 29, 2014
Sun Recycling processes large volumes of C&D debris with machines that can handle the heavy workload. Excavators and wheel loaders from Volvo Construction help Southern Waste Systems' Sun Recycling in West Palm Beach, Fla., complete the various tasks required of a high-volume C&D recycling operation.
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Uptime machines

Sun Recycling Case Study

By: Volvo Construction Equipment
Source: Construction and Demolition Recycling
Date: April 29, 2014
Excavators and wheel loaders from Volvo Construction help Southern Waste Systems' Sun Recycling in West Palm Beach, Fla., complete the various tasks required of a high-volume C&D recycling operation.
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C&D World 2014: Positive outlook for construction industry

By: Megan Workman
Source: Construction and Demolition Recycling
Date: April 11, 2014
The national construction industry is heading for growth, according to Associated Builders and Contractors Chief Economist Anirban Basu. Basu, who also is chairman and CEO of Sage Policy Group Inc., a Baltimore, Md.-based economic and policy consulting firm, addressed his positive outlook for the construction industry at C&D World 2014 held in early March in Las Vegas. Paul Valenti, director of operations for Sun Recycling, a Southern Waste Systems (SWS) company, headquartered in Davie, Fla., talked about the company’s recently installation of a Wendt 60x86 metal shredder and how the company is using refuse-derived fuel (RDF) to take out ultralights (anything light enough to blow away, he explained) from C&D waste streams. He also discussed the challenge of PVC pipe recycling.

Florida C&D recycler receives national recognition

By: CDR Staff
Source: Construction and Demolition Recycling
Date: March 17, 2014
The Construction & Demolition Recycling Association, (CDRA), a national association for C&D recyclers, has recognized Southern Waste Systems (SWS), and its sister company, Sun Recycling, as the 2014 C&D Recycler of the Year. The award was presented March 5 in Las Vegas at the annual meeting of the CDRA. SWS serves Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River counties in Florida. Sun Recycling, an affiliated construction and demolition debris company, operates facilities in Pompano Beach, Dania Beach, West Palm Beach, Lantana, Deerfield Beach and Miami, Fla. We have been dedicated to recycling for over 35 years,” said Charles Gusmano, president and CEO on behalf of the company and its more than 700 employees. “The work that our team performs in South Florida is focused on sustainable practices that protect our states natural resources. We are honored to be recognized by our industry for the work we have been committed to for over three decades,”
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Nick Casagrande & Southern Waste Systems Go Green with RJS iForms

By: Patti Hamilton
Date: February 25, 2014
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Nick Casagrande & Southern Waste Systems Go Green with RJS iForms


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