Check out this beast recycler

Bandit Industries is a leading manufacturer of heavy equipment built to help remove waste product from a variety of work areas. The video below showcases a beast of a recycling machine and highlights its powerful chipping and cutting wheels. The Beast 3680 has a tall conveyor belt system that is designed to make clearing the waste from a work area very simple and convenient. In the video, you can see this beast chomp down on full, 4-foot tree trunks and eat them as if they were cotton candy; spewing out the finely chipped remains for re-purposing elsewhere.
The Model 3680 Beast Recycler is extremely productive, yet compact and easy to transport. It has interchangeable cutting wheels and a mill opening of 33” x 60” and a 33-foot folding conveyor belt that can reach up to 18 feet high, making loading even the tallest dump trucks a breeze. You can even get a hydraulic thrower attachment as an additional add-on to make clearing debris even more efficient and worry-free.
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The 3680 beast recycler is a workhorse that delivers reliability and durability. With over 700 of this model currently in operation, it is easy to see why it is considered one of the most dependable debris grinding machines on the market today.
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