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Resource Materials showcases new CDE plant at open house

By |  October 12, 2021
An aerial view of Resource Materials' new CDE wash plant in Texas. Photo: CDE

An aerial view of Resource Materials’ new CDE wash plant in Texas. Photo: CDE

CDE hosted its first open house in two years at Resource Materials near Jarrell, Texas, showcasing its washing technology to the industry.

Resource Materials previously partnered with CDE, which designed and engineered a solution to produce concrete rock and concrete sand at its limestone quarry in Williamson County, Texas. Resource Materials invested in a new 450-tph wash plant incorporating CDE’s M4500 and M2500 modular wash plants, dual RotoMax logwashers, an AggMax modular logwasher and a closed-circuit water management system incorporating the AquaCycle, FlocStation and AquaStore.

The new wash plant was showcased for industry representatives and materials processors from across North America, CDE says.

“It was hugely encouraging to see the level of interest in this new plant and to be able to come together again as an industry to recognize the continued efforts of our sand and aggregates producers who have kept up production in challenging circumstances while also renewing their operations and investing in new technology,” says Darren Eastwood, business development director for the Americas at CDE.

According to Resource Materials, it has a longstanding relationship with the CDE team.

“The technology itself is proven, the results have been demonstrated and our customers expect us to maintain those high standards already set,” says Kevin Collier, co-owner of Resource Materials.

Tom Wick, CDE business development manager, says the plant at Resource Materials was engineered to maximize production volumes while minimizing operational costs.

“We pride ourselves on engineering solutions that enable fast return on investment for our customers,” Wick says. “[This is] achieved through advanced, modular processing technologies that integrate seamlessly to ensure maximum transfer-point efficiency and underscored by industry-leading water management.”

Jack Kopanski

About the Author:

Jack Kopanski is the Managing Editor for Pit & Quarry and Portable Plants. Kopanski can be reached at 216-706-3756 or jkopanski@northcoastmedia.net.

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