Harmon Scrap installing Tenn. auto shredder
Dec 13, 2013 | 04:49 PM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH Harmon Scrap Metal LLC plans to begin building a new auto shredder in Tennessee next month, and it is confident it has enough feedstock for the unit.
Cornersville-based Harmon said it will install a 60-85 American Pulverizer shredder at its 60-acre yard capable of processing 50 to 60 tons per hour, and a downstream system will be added to separate the nonferrous scrap.....
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