Who is Green Machine®
GREEN MACHINE® is a privately owned, American manufacturer of innovative recycling and solid waste processing equipment and systems. These systems can be used in a variety of applications across all industries. All of our product lines, equipment, and components are manufactured completely in the United States. These products provide our customers with cost effective solutions that can be tailored to meet any need or budget.
Green Machine® was founded by John Green, an expert in the field, who brought more than 30 years of experience to the table. He and his assembled team of experts have the knowledge, experience, and expertise to create solutions to any problem you may have. They design and manufacture all of the components of each and every product in-house, employing a no-nonsense approach that gets the job done quickly and efficiently. Their work has resulted in a number of patent pending component designs that cannot be found anywhere else.
These unique designs make Green Machine® an innovative leader in the industry. System components such as Green Eye optical sorters, Green Screens® separation systems, Green conveyors, and the UL Listed 508-A panel building shop are just a few of the reasons why Green Machine® stands out from others in the recycling industry.
In addition to these smart, cost-effective designs, we also offer the industry’s heaviest, most durable products. Our equipment is more than just a purchase—it’s a lifelong investment. If you’re not convinced, we invite you to “Weigh the Difference” between our products and any others. Our long lists of satisfied customers appreciate our dedication.Have questions? Want to know more about our products? Please contact us and see why we have a reputation for putting our customers first. Subsidiary of Green Machine “Green Machine Brokers” is a used equipment web site available to customers of Green Machine® for the sale of their used equipment. This service has proved to be very successful and will enable customers interested in upgrading their systems the ability to recoup current value of the equipment it plans to remove from its plant.