Bids are now being accepted for a live online auction Jan. 24 of well-maintained electronics recycling, glass sorting, crush and CRT separation and sorting lines; as well as warehouse, material handling and other equipment from an electronics recycling facility formerly owned by ECS Refining, Mesquite, Texas.
Headquartered in California, the national e-scrap processor serviced companies like AT&T, Bayer Healthcare, Comcast, DWS (Disney), Samsung and Walmart. ECS was also involved in state recycling initiatives, at one time receiving 41 percent of the material collected through Oregon’s program. ECS Refining Inc. filed for bankruptcy April 24, 2018.
According to a press release, the assets may be previewed Jan. 22 at the Texas facility.
“A variety of specialized assets and materials handling and other equipment with universal applications will be offered at competitive, hard-value prices during this event,” says John Coelho of Tiger Group, which is selling the assets.
The facility’s electronics recycling line includes an SSI Model M160 60-inch x 72-inch dual rotor shredder with a 50-inch in-feed conveyor; an International Baler auto tie, two ram series baler with 100-horsepower hydraulic pumping system; as well as various other shredders, a Bivi-Tec rubber screen classifier, numerous belt conveyors, two Javelin Eddy Current Separators, and dust collection systems.
A glass sorting and crush line features six glass break stations with bottom sort conveyor, a 40-horsepower Ross Cook CE18-40 vacuum, a Donaldson Torit 40-horsepower dust collection system, an American Pulverizer D7264 glass crusher and more.
A CRT separation and sorting line, a CRT 100-foot power belt conveyor with hood, a 100-foot Lewco plastics transfer conveyor and an Excel 63 hydraulic horizontal baler are also up for bid.
Warehouse and material handling assets and a maintenance shop with welders, tooling, supplies and replacement parts will be offered.
An SSS T15 specific gravity separator, No. 28 and 43 model Cumberland solid rotor granulator chambers and vertical and horizontal balers are also up for sale.
For information on the assets, click here.