Get The Right Compactor For Your Business

Every business no matter what they may handle creates waste on a daily basis. So that’s why it is important to be able to take care of it with a compactor for your business. However, when it comes to these machines, one size does not fit all. As a business owner, it is important to… Read more »

Cutting Back on Electronic Waste

When most people think about recycling, they instantly think of newspapers and soda bottles. Sure, those things are perfect for recycling and getting the most out of our already stretched resources, but what about consumer electronics? A major concern about recycling electronics, specifically smartphones, is that they contain personal information. Making sure that those items… Read more »

Why Every Business Using A Compactor Needs a Pre-Crusher

As we all know, the main challenge to compacting material is the sheer volume, meaning the first goal of compacting should be to downsize that mass to the smallest size possible. Of course, this can be done in many ways — most of which involve some sort of heavy-duty, industrial compaction — in addition to… Read more »

Refuse Trucks – Front, Side and Rear Loaders

Refuse trucks, garbage trucks, or if you are using old English the dustbin lorry, are trucks that are specifically designed to drive around and collect recycled materials or solid waste, which could be from commercial or residential, urban consumers. The collected waste is then brought to a solid waste treatment facility such as a recycling… Read more »

What Is A Sorting System?

Whether you are in the municipal solid waste, recycling or construction and demolition business, sorting systems are a productive and efficient way to sort items like waste and recycled materials, all the way to packages and merchandise. The sorting system has many parts that make up the whole. The different parts are able to do… Read more »

Compactors & Balers: New vs Used

There’s always been then the age old argument in our society that something new is always better than something old. This philosophy is true in some aspects but couldn’t be more false in others. Yes buying a brand new car fresh off the dealer’s lot is not only a great, satisfying feeling but once those… Read more »

Electronic Waste & Recycling

Electronics that can’t be used anymore whether they are being replaced from being obsolete, in need of disposal, broken, or destined to be recycled are called “e-waste.” But many of the components that might make up the elements of the e-waste can be recycled properly and are a valuable resource to be used again for… Read more »