eFACTOR3, a US-based company specialized in providing custom recycling solutions, from single machines to complete integrated systems, joins Ecostar’s global network of partners.

Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, eFACTOR3 is a national company that offers innovative recycling equipment to handle the toughest waste and plastics recycling and is now Ecostar’s sole distributor in the US for the mobile and stationary screening systems and technologies. With a dedicated team of industry experts spanning recycling, environment, engineering and equipment issues, eFACTOR3 is leader in innovative recycling whether landfill solutions for waste to energy or waste and recyclable materials, helping the recycling industry take out the best from waste.

Thanks to the partnership with eFACTOR3, Ecostar’s state-of-the-art technology – Dynamic Disc Screening (DDS) – a point of reference for the industry worldwide in terms of consumption, yield, reduced emissions and return on investment, will be from now on even more accessible to the US market.

“Ecostar proudly expands its green footprint in the US market, championing waste recycling with strategic ally eFACTOR3. Together, we embark on a mission to bring innovative solutions to regions and recyclers in need of innovative solutions, and drive positive environmental impact across the United States”, Filippo Cappozzo, CEO Sales and Marketing Ecostar.

Thanks to the DDS technology featured on the Ecostar screening systems many types of waste, including waste from landfills, can be used efficiently as clean fuels and energy resources. The DDS technology and its configurations intended for specific materials are featured on both Hexact stationary and Hextra mobile ranges, working on over 600 Ecostar screeners globally.

According to EPA (United States Environmental Protection Agency data), the recycling rate in the US is currently at 32 percent, while the goal is to reach a recycling rate of 50 percent by 2030. With 292.4 million tons of MSW (municipal solid waste) generated in 2018, the US succeeded in recycling around 69 million tons with paper and cardboard accounting for 66.54 %, while a staggering 146.1 million tons of MSW were landfilled, with food counting for the largest component at about 24 percent.

If you want to find out more about Ecostar solutions for the US industry, you can visit our partner eFACTOR3 at COMPOST 2024, booth 704, at Daytona Beach, FL starting February 6, or consult the EVENTS calendar for further meetings.