Trash compactors help reduce the volume of waste you have at your job or place of business because they literally compact trash. By using a trash compactor, you can help the environment in several ways. Not only do you end up lowering your transportation costs, but you also reduce the amount of space used in landfills.
As you’d imagine, there are many different types of trash compactors available today. Some are more expensive than others, and with any business, you probably want to save some money, right? Have you considered buying a rebuilt trash compactor from a company like Action Compaction Equipment? A rebuilt compactor is going to cost less money than a brand new one, and you could save several thousand dollars, if not tens of thousands.
A Meticulous Process
When a compactor gets rebuilt, it receives a lot of attention to detail, which is a good thing. The people who rebuild compactors want to ensure that they work well. If needed, the compactors are retrofitted to meet or exceed ANSI standards for compaction equipment. Furthermore, equipment gets put through a series of quality control tests to make sure it’s up to industry standards. If there are any issues or problems, they get fixed during this process, with the intent to make the product “good as new.”
Saving it From the Scrap Heat
If all compaction equipment was just thrown out after its useful life was over, that’d be a lot of waste, wouldn’t it? In today’s world, where recycling is important, when you buy a rebuilt compactor you’re “saving it” from the junk pile/landfill. You’re getting more use out of the equipment that otherwise would sit idle and/or be dumped in the ground. For people who are environmentally-minded, it’s a very good thing to buy a rebuilt trash compactor. It’s “reusing” something rather than throwing it out, and perhaps the best bonus is that it’s costing less than having to buy brand new expensive equipment.
Action Compaction Equipment of Salt Lake City, Utah, has a wide variety of used/rebuilt equipment available; Please call 801-565-1033 to ask about rebuilt trash compactors today!