Mobile Mulch Hopper Feeders


The Astec mobile mulch hopper feeder is designed to stockpile materials like mulch, biomass, woodchips, shredded wood, wood pellets, green waste, palm kernel shells and other material.

The feeder can be directly fed by wheel loaders, grab cranes, wood grinders, shredders, screens or trommels. With excellent mobility on-site, the mulch hopper feeder will eliminate double-handling of material. 


  • Wood Waste Recycling

    Wood waste is the second largest category of construction and demolition (C&D) debris, and accounts for 10% of material added to landfills annually.
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  • Compost

    Compost is decomposed organic matter derived from either a single source material or blended for specific application performance. Materials can include garden debris, kitchen scraps, manure or yard and lawn waste.
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  • Landscaping

    Landscaping involves designing, installing and maintaining outdoor spaces with a focus on creating visually appealing and functional environments.
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  • Mulch

    Organic mulch is a product that can decompose, providing nutrients to the soil over time. It can be made from a variety of materials, typically organic, but not exclusively.
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  • Organic Recycling

    Green waste recycling is fresh or biodegradable waste material including grass, leaves, plants and tree trimmings that can be diverted from landfills for recycling. This method is best used to produce compost for use on gardens, lawns, erosion control projects and agricultural crops.
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  • Natural Disaster Cleanup

    Natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, fires or floods create debris that must be cleared to restore affected areas. This type of debris can be green waste (such as tree limbs), furniture, drywall or entire structures that have to be demolished and recycled.
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  • Playground Chips

    Playground chips/mulch typically have a fibrous consistency, free of twigs, leaves and hazardous materials, no larger than two inches long and have the ability to drain water.
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  • Pulp & Paper Chips

    Common sources for pulp and paper chips include mill wood yard chips, in-field clean (flail) chips and sawmill residual chips.

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  • Salvage Timber

    Salvage logging is the removal of dead or damaged trees from forestlands that have been damaged by wildfire, harsh winds, flood, disease, infestation of insects and other natural causes. 
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  • Biomass

    Biomass is an energy source derived from renewable and sustainable organic materials to create electricity or other forms of power. Horizontal grinders and drum chippers are highly productive machines for creating biomass.
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All specifications subject to change without notice.


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