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Washing & Screening
  David Scott, JA Jackson
Transforming waste into value
In order to meet increased demands and also to serve the changing market landscape, CDE has designed J.A. Jackson a solution which can process over 200tph, an increase from 120tph with the existing plant, resulting in over 10,000 tonnes being washed through the plant each week.
reduce carbon footprint of material movements by providing a source of aggregates to the local construction sector.
David Kinloch, Director of Business Development for CDE added: “It’s been a pleasure working with J.A. Jackson over the years to build a solution that aligns with their sustainability goals. Plants like this are the future of the industry and a testament to J.A. Jackson’s passion for diverting waste from landfill.
“We have many customers across the U.K., and with that we were able to take J.A. Jackson to visit several some of our cutting-edge plants to showcase our technologies, to make sure we found a solution that suited them. We were delighted to be working on their most recent journey, enabling them with an innovative solution to play their part in creating a circular economy. At CDE we are committed to delivering quality products, which stand the test of time. We are proud to be able to upgrade this 13-year-old plant and deliver the lowest total cost of ownership in the wet processing market.”
David Scott, Health Safety and Operations Manager at J.A. Jackson said: “Now that we’ve increased the size of the plant, we’re able to process more material which allows us to work in partnership with large construction firms which diverts more waste from landfill and ultimately is helping promote sustainability in our local economy.
“CDE has delivered on what we set out to achieve, we’ve developed a very positive working relationship throughout the years. From the design process through to the commissioning and after-sales support. We have a great on-going relationship with CDE and have regular visits from our local Customer Relationship Manager, who has been a great asset to ensure the smooth operation and development of our plant.”
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The new 200tph solution integrates an EvoWash sand wash plant, AquaCycleTM A600 thickener, and screen, with a further addition of an R4500 primary scalping screen added once the upgraded solution was operational.
The plant is producing six final products (two sands; 0-2mm and 0-4mm, and four aggregates; 10mm, 10-20mm, 20-40mm and an oversized) as well as filter cake. With this new plant, 85% of the feed material is being repurposed in the local construction industry, limiting the amount of waste being sent to landfill.
The J.A. Jackson facility has an abundance of feed material from the local area, much of which comes from the 400 tipper wagons which form part of the Fox Groups fleet. The material is processed through the wash plant and the wagons leave with washed sand and aggregates, so as well as diverting material from landfill there are also less empty transport runs during this extremely efficient process, with waste washed and graded within 3 minutes.
J.A. Jackson is 45 minutes from the local stone quarries in Cumbria so by increasing capacity they are helping further
JA Jackson wet processing plant site overview March/April - Issue 79
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