Red Rhino Mini Crushers beat off competition to supply machines for the Haiti disaster effort.
Red Rhino is proud to be playing a major role in helping to re-build Haiti following a devastating earthquake that destroyed much of the country in January. Red Rhino has secured a contract to supply 24 machines to CHF International – a US-headquartered, non-profit aid organisation helping the country to recover and rebuild. Six months on, it is estimated that 98 per cent of the rubble left behind remains uncleared and Red Rhino’s mini crushers will be used to crush bricks and building materials so they can be used to rebuild Haiti’s schools, hospitals and homes.
Julian Mik (General Manager), said: “No one could have failed to be moved by the harrowing television pictures of the devastation the earthquake caused and the effect it had on the Haitian people and we are delighted that we can play a part in the recovery process. With up to 20 million cubic metres of rubble remaining on the ground in Haiti, there is a lot of work to be done. We estimate that our crushers alone will crush 100,000 cubic metres of material in six months, which shows the scale of the task at hand.”
Red Rhino beat off competition from the UK and Italy to supply CHF with 20 × 4000 series models and 4 × 5000 series models, the first 12 machines leaving the Grantham factory on Monday 16th August.
Save money and recycle your rubble
Have you ever wondered about the potential returns of purchasing a Rhino?
Consider a skip that holds 5 tonnes of waste will cost around £200 to dispose of into landfill. Most projects will produce at least 2 skips of waste per day. If you can hire a crusher for the day for the same price as one skip and better still produce your own MOT type 1,2 aggregate then surely making at least 50% saving on skip hire can’t be a bad thing but also producing your own backfill aggregate.
The government has stated their they intend to abolish Construction and demolition waste to landfill in 2012. The impact of this is huge. Every construction and demolition project that produces waste rubble will need to dispose of the rubble in an alternative way. Crushing is the most sensible approach as it both provides reusuable aggregate for future projects but also a saleable product to other people.
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Whats got skip companies excited?
Red Rhino Crushers continue to impress with their all new 7000 series Plus. Customers are loving the new vibratory feeder with the optional grizzly bars.
The 7000 series just goes from strength to strength.
More customers and more customers are benefiting from the considerable output of the 7000 series.
There is no need to look to large crushers when the 7000 series will crush at a fraction of the cost.
Our crushers just get everywhere
Red Rhino recently supplied a 2000 series crusher complete with helicopter transportation brackets to the New Zealand department of Conservation.
Feedback from this customer is that they absolutely love the crusher and its just what they have needed for years.
The Red Rhino is so easily transportable, reliable and effective that it makes crushing in restricted areas so easy to complete
Click below to see the crusher in action. The crusher has been attached to a raft meaning they can move the crusher along the river using just the power of the current.
Another satisfied customer
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