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Friday, June 9, 2017 - 10:52
Tyre recycling is on a growth trajectory. Australia's largest and oldest recycler of tyres continues to expand its operations across Australia off the back of strong support from retailers, Tyrecycle says. To read the full article, please click here or the thumbnail below.  
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 10:43
GCM Enviro was featured in Inside Waste (Issue June/July 2017) magazine. In the article, Australian manufacturer Bio Gro discuss the advantages of working with GCM Enviro on its window turning needs. To find out more, please click here to review the article or click the thumbnail below.
Civenex   May 18 & 19
Wednesday, May 18, 2016 - 10:45
Civenex 2016 at the Richmond Showground May 18 & 19 Site 151. Call in and say hello to Daniel and Nathan We have on display the Tana E520 Landfill Compactor, Screenpod 1534T Trommel Screener
Wednesday, March 16, 2016 - 05:58
GCM Enviro was featured in February/March's Waste Management Review magazine. In the article, Wyong Shire's mattress recycling problem solved with the help of GCM Enviro. To find out more, please click here to review the article.  
Friday, October 23, 2015 - 00:00
Track-type tractor (=Bulldozer) is very popular machine in the landfill. TTT usually prepares the site by spreading the first waste layer because bottom layers of a new site can be damaged when real landfill compactor is used. During the normal landfill operation TTT is usually used for building access and haul roads and spreading cover soil. It can be also used as a feeding machine for landfill compactor by pushing and spreading waste during peak hours and when the waste needs to be pushed long distances. TTT as a compactor Track-type tractor can also be used as a “compactor”... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 - 00:00
Our customers often ask us how to turn shredded tyres into business. This series of articles enlightens the future possibilities of utilizing end-of-life tyres (ELTs) and also presents productive and environmental friendly applications that are already commercialized. -  Picture: 50x50mm tyre shreds work best as lightweight material. Tyre derived aggregates (TDA) have been used as lightweight in constructing roads, embankments, noise barriers, building foundations and bridge and road banks on soft grounds for decades. Technology is well-tested but true commercial brakethrough is... + continue reading
Thursday, June 11, 2015 - 14:50
July 27- 30  - WMAA Australian Landfill and Transfer Stations Confeence & Expo - National Convention Centre Canberra August 12 - 13 Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo  Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre Sept 9 - 11  Waste & Recycle 2015  Esplanade Hotel Freemantle  Western Austaa Oct 7 - 8  Waste Expo 2015  Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre Looking forward to seeing you there
Thursday, June 11, 2015 - 14:32
Daniel and Bozena are off to Finland to attend the TANA Dealers Meeting from June 7th. This opportunity is used to come up to date with all the new happenings at TANA and to cach up with TANA Dealers from all over the world.    
CIVENEX 2015
Thursday, June 11, 2015 - 10:42
CIVENEX 2015 20 - 21 May.  Another successful event attended by GCM Enviro,  the weather provided a perfect backdrop for our machinery. The TANA E380 Landfill Compactor, TANA Shark Shredder 440DT, Terra Select T3 Trommel Screener and a ALLU Bucket all created a fantastic visual display which drew many visitors. Thank you to all our visitors who dropped by to say hello
Monday, April 20, 2015 - 00:00
Our customers often ask us how to turn shredded tyres into business. This series of articles enlightens the future possibilities of utilizing end-of-life tyres (ELTs) and also presents productive and environmental friendly applications that are already commercialized.   Numerous studies have proven the filtering characteristics of shreds and granulates made from end-of-life tyres (ELTs) to be excellent in municipal waste water treatment in removing solids, organic matter, nitrogen and phosphorus. As this is both effective and safe for health and environment, there are already... + continue reading