Kallo, a village on the Scheldt bustling with harbour activity, has recently become the home of the new building of D’Hollander Equipment. For the recycling of industrial waste, the company invested in a 50m x 90m sorting hall. This makes the colossal building perfectly suited for the needs of D’Hollander Equipment. Its 12m height provides plenty of manoeuvring space for mobile screening and crushing equipment. The generated dust is effortlessly filtered to the outside through the numerous ventilation grilles. Anti-condensation film keeps the materials dry during the sorting process.
The new industrial building makes D’Hollander Equipment futureproof again, ready to secure its future in recycling, remediation and demolition works. And the Port of Antwerp? It can boast yet another colossus!
Be sure to watch the time-lapse video of this project above!