Waste Haulers Articles

  • Stevens, Pennsylvania - AccuFAS - Biological Treatment installations applications - Case Study

    Application A poultry processing plant, which was exceeding its original effluent ammonia limit of 8 mg/L, not only wanted to expand production (increasing discharge by 67%), but also needed to meet an even lower ammonia limit of 4 mg/L. Additional aeration tankage could not be accommodated in the given area and hauling waste did not provide a long-term, cost-effective solution. By ...


    By Brentwood Industries, Inc.

  • California Refuse Recycling Council: Advocating for the Next Generation of Solid Waste Legislation

    Created out of a need for waste haulers to respond to government decisions, the CRRC has grown to a pivotal organization in California that has a hand in influencing the waste industry’s legislation issues. In the 1950s when several waste haulers in Northern and Southern California saw that pending legislation in Sacramento would impact them and the waste industry, they banded together to ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Be prepared: It’s not just for boy scouts

    The Boy Scouts have a motto: “Be prepared.” Their founder, Robert Baden-Powell, was once asked: “Prepared for what?” His response: “Why, for any old thing.” So it is with the Boy Scouts, so it should be with the modern waste hauler in an era where “any old thing” can range from improperly discarded radioactive and biohazardous waste to signs of ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • The promise and power of software

    We’ve all seen the overused phrase “The Promise of Technology” emblazoned across colorful, glitzy banners or ringed in neon at trade shows. Though effective as a marketing slogan, the phrase is little more than that—a promise—unless there are practical, hardhitting benefits for everyone in your organization. Software can either confound or create, ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Analytical investigation of an on-road in-pit heavy traffic situation

    The paper considers the problem of an on-road in-pit heavy traffic situation that might occur during the operation of a shovel-truck system. During their travel, trucks encounter other pieces of haulage frequently that can affect the truck's performance. It is a well-known fact that by increasing the number of trucks in the system, the productivity of the truck system grows. However, this only ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Transformative technology: laying the foundation for high tech tools for today’s modern hauler

    Imagine you’re interviewing for a job. The person sitting across the table tells you that the position carries with it prestige, a good salary and great importance for the company. As your interest mounts, the interviewer says, “Oh, there are just a few caveats. You’ll be in charge of a large group of employees, each of which will be using a company asset worth about $200,000 to ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Dealing with white goods

    The Hemlock Knoll Sanitary Landfill, operated by the South West Solid Waste Commission (SWSWC), is the waste management facility for the South Western portion of New Brunswick. This facility, which opened in the fall of 1997, serves approximately 14,000 households. In the past, when the area was serviced by twenty-two old style dumps, the disposal method for most household trash was fairly ...

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