hi-rise compactor Articles

  • 63 Percent Diversion and Rising

    Untitled Document The City and County of San Francisco is making great strides towards ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • SmartPack trash compactors are in world’s largest museum! - Case Study

    We recently had the pleasure of installing SmartPack Trash Compactors in the largest museum in the World!  Can you guess where they are? Maybe you noticed the famous painting behind the SmartPack automatic trash compactor: the famous Liberty ...


    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • Compactor reduces waste handling, disposal cost for Furniture manufacturer case study

    S. Bent and Brothers Inc., a large New England furniture manufacturing company, has significantly reduced its hazardous waste handling and disposal costs by using a compaction machine built by Compacting Technologies International (CTI) of Portland, Ore. Roger R. LeBlanc, administrative assistant at S. Bent's Gardner, Mass., headquarters, reports tbat prior to installing the compactor in early ...


    By Waste Control Systems Inc

  • Talking Trash

    In 1976, Brent Sebright and his colleague, Lee Murray, formed a small operation in Hopkins  Michigan installing trash compacting equipment manufactured by another company. By 1980, the manufacturer was experiencing financialtroubles, and its largest customer, Brask Enterprises, a trash compactor rental company, had become dissatisfied.  “We got a phone call from the president of Brask ...


    By Sebright Products, Inc.

  • McDonald’s equipped with SmartPacks save time & money - Case Study

    Fast food restaurants like McDonald’s are known for quick service, but they also need to be clean and keep their costs down. One way that some McDonald’s save time and money is by installing a SmartPack automatic trash compactor in their restaurant lobby. C & R Restaurant Management, based in West Jordan, Utah, was ...


    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • A little insurance with a big payback

    A supermarket owned by a prominent West Coast chain had been under threat of being cited by local authorities to the proximity of one of their storm drains to the store’s garbage compactor. The drain needed to be protected from both the threat of the miscellaneous fluids which emanated from the compactor as well as from the potential for a hydraulic fluid leak. A Safe Drain was installed as ...

  • Reliable balers, reliable maintenance - Case Study

    Front Range Maintenance, based out of Littleton, Colorado has been a distributor of Harmony compactors and balers since 1999. The owner, Skeeter Gosney, has been repairing balers and compactors since 1972, and then bought Front Range Maintenance with his wife Linda in 1998. They have a crew of five ...


    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • High technology comes to Hazardous waste disposal – Case Study

    Skyrocketing hazardous waste disposal costs for the USC/ Division, of C.R. Bard, Inc., Billerica, Massachusetts led them to a high technology solution. USC/, a medical products manufacturer that develops and produces angioplasty catheters, had seen its solid hazardous waste disposal costs rise to almost $500 per 55- ga/lon drum, excluding costs associated with inplant storage, handling, and ...


    By Waste Control Systems Inc

  • A new tread on life

    Before Alaba ma Dumpster Service began testing Goodyear DuraSeal Technology tires on one of its roll-off trucks in 2008, the Hope Hull, AL-based company was lucky if a tire lasted three months. And as far as having tires retreaded to get additional tread life—that was nearly impossible. However, today that’s all changed thanks to tire self-sealing technology from Goodyear. It’s ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Our top tips to retailers to improve environmental efficiency

    Waste Management Improve landfill diversion rates and reduce costs with rising landfill tax and waste management costs: Contact suppliers or head office to improve waste management by reducing the amount of packaging used or implementing take back schemes therefore eliminating waste Review waste storage facilities – ensure sufficient quantity of bins, labelling of ...

  • Recycle systems helps customers identify waste management needs - Case Study

    It was paper recycling that first got Recycle Systems into the business of selling solid waste and recycling equipment. Knowing which equipment worked for their own needs eventually led to selling cardboard balers to grocery stores and other small businesses who had similar needs to recycle. Today, Recycle Systems sells, installs, and services several manufacturer brands ...


    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • SSI Shredding Systems: A Global Leader

    SSI recently won the “Mayor’s Global Leader” award during World Trade Week hosted by the Oregon Consular Corps. The annual event recognizes companies that make significant contributions to Oregon’s economy through involvement in international trade. The “Global Leader” award recognizes SSI’s growing international business, effective approach to ...


    By SSI Shredding Systems, Inc.

  • I’m Guilty Of Illegal Dumping

    I live in downtown New York City, one block west of City Hall. My office is approximately 2 1/2 blocks north of City Hall. I point this out, because many demonstrations are held right outside City Hall with loud speakers for the protesters to announce their protests so everyone can hear them within a half-mile radius, they march or gather for blocks. During these demonstrations, it is common to ...


    By ABCOV Companies , LLC

  • A Closer Look | NOV 2017 Sebright Products with Gary Brinkman

    Sebright Products, a family owned and operated company, got its start in 1984, according to Gary Brinkmann, the company’s director of multinational sales. At the beginning, the company built compactors. Now, it’s “one of the most innovative manufacturers of waste and recycling equipment in the entire world,” Brinkman said. “We are a solution designer that ...


    By Sebright Products, Inc.

  • Fine screens help New Jersey wastewater treatment plant stop rag and grease problems

    A few years ago the Hammonton Wastewater Treatment Plant, located in the lush green countryside of southern New Jersey, faced continuous problems with rags, trash and plastics passing right through a rusty old bar screen and into the oxidation ditch and final clarifier.After years spent unclogging pumps, clearing out trash and untangling the UV system – plant managers decided to find a better ...


    By JWC Environmental

  • Disposal solution for the mail-order business - Case Study

    Channelled flow of cardboard Carpenters, forestry workers or road construction workers looking for hard-wearing but modern work clothes come to the right address at engelbert strauss. This familyowned business in Biebergemünd now belongs to Europe’s leading mail-order companies for work clothes. They deal with countless customer orders and deliveries, as well as a flow of ...


    By HSM GmbH + Co. KG

  • Wood recycling is cornerstone of new Tallahassee C&D facility

    For better than four decades, the Williams family, owners of Marpan Supply, Inc., have been in the container services business in and around the Tallahassee area. And for the last 15 years or so, steady area growth meant that waste stream has been heavy with construction & demolition (C&D) debris. Seeing that, prompted Kim Williams, son of Marpan's owner and founder, to question the logic ...


  • Public/private partnering facilitates organics diversion

    Windham Solid Waste Management District (WSWMD) provides recycling services to 19 towns in the southeast corner of Vermont, serving a population base of 37,000, plus a significant number of second home residents, as well as tourists. Based in Brattleboro, WSWMD operates drop-off recycling at 22 locations, with materials processed at a dual stream materials recovery facility (MRF) owned and ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Evolution of Bailing Wire in Agriculture and Recycling Industry

    Today, the world rings with the slogan, ‘Go green!’ But, do you know that several centuries ago there were methods followed in the agriculture to avoid the dumping of garbage through the bundling of hay with a soft wire called bailing wire? In the 18 and 19 centuries, people used to bind bales of hay with farm wire and could mend fences with the same wire. Since it was totally manual, ...

  • San Francisco Takes Residential Organics Collection Full-Scale

    After two and a half years of conducting a variety of pilot residential curbside organics collection programs that included food and soiled paper, the City and County of San Francisco (referred to hereafter as “the City”) and Sunset Scavenger Company are commencing a citywide rollout of the Fantastic Three Program. This new, innovative program will include the separate collection and composting ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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