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We rent, lease, and sell the right equipment for your application.
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Baler

  • There are many different types and sizes of balers.
  • Most common is a Vertical Downstroke Baler.  This can be found at most grocery stores across America.  They are primarily used for Cardboard.
  • It can also be used for various Paper and Plastics.
  • Best way to handle scrap commodities as you get the most compaction and makes your recyclables become a commodity – worth $
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Self-Contained Compactors

  • Available in a variety of sizes ranging from 15 cubic yards to 34 cubic yards.
  • Commonly used for high volume restaurants and commercial establishments where the trash being handled has the tendency to maintain liquids, such as food.
  • Contain a built-in "sump" to hold excess water to prevent it from leaking onto the property beneath.
  • When the compactor is full, the entire unit is hauled away leaving only the hydraulic unit and power pack.
  • Require a disconnect box at the compactor location and typically are 3 phase electrical power. Single phase units are available at an additional cost.
  • Can be built to satisfy a wide variety of needs.
  • Can be loaded free standing with a totally enclosed and lockable "dog house" around the loading area; they can be backed up to a loading dock and have hand rails and gates, or they can be fed with a through-the-wall chute.
  • Self-contained compactors have 1 or 2 hoses and an electrical cord, which are disconnected at pick-up so the driver is able to haul the compactor to the disposal site.
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Stationary Compactor with Receiver Box

  • Stationary, or Break-Away, compactors are available in a variety of sizes from 2 cubic yards to over 5 1/2 cubic yards.
  • Typically used for dry, industrial type waste.
  • The compaction units are permanently bolted onto a concrete slab and have a 40 cubic yard receiving container attached.
  • When the unit is full, the container only is hauled to the disposal site.
  • These compactors require a disconnect box at the compactor location and typically are 3 phase electrical power.
  • Can be built to satisfy a wide variety of needs.
  • Can be loaded free standing with a totally enclosed and lockable "dog house" around the loading area; they can be backed up to a loading dock and have hand rails and gates, or they can be fed with a through-the-wall chute.
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