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Higher Gas Prices =
Quick Paybacks from Compactors
Rising fuel costs have
led trash haulers to charge more for
waste collection this year. In
addition to the increase in fuel prices,
the cost of buying steel equipment, such
as containers and trucks, has risen by
at least 25 percent. They have no
alternative but to pass the costs along
to their consumers. Consumers are
now frantically looking for ways to
reduce the impact of fuel costs on their
organizations. One way is waste
compaction and baling.
trash occupies up to 20 times more
dumpster space than compacted waste.
Many times dumpster pickups can be
reduced by 50% by compacting.
Compacting can also reduce waste hauling
costs by fewer and/or smaller dumpsters.
When the waste hauler picks up less,
they use less fuel. Using less
fuel means reduced prices for the
consumer. Due to the rising fuel
costs, paybacks for commercial
compactors and balers can often times be
Other savings from
compactors and balers include 1) labor
savings, 2) tax write-offs, 3) reduced
pilferage, 4) cooling/heating savings,
5) labor wage increases and savings
associated, 6) indirect labor cost
savings including employee benefits, 7)
inflation, 8) improved security, 9)
increase in employee morale due to a
better, cleaner work environment, 10)
recycling capabilities, etc.
Commercial Trash Compactors
Lamp Crushers and Lamp Recycling
Programs are available at
Order yours today.
A Fluorescent Lamp Crusher / Compactor
is a lamp crushing machine that
processes, or crushes, spent fluorescent
lamps into small fragments. The crushed
glass is compacted into 55-gallon
containers. Over 1350 T8 4' lamps can be
crushed into one 55-gallon drum. Both
straight fluorescent lamps and u-shaped
fluorescent lamps can be crushed. This
greatly improves storage of the lamps,
handling, safety/liability issues, and
recycling costs. The units are complete
with filtration systems to help ensure
both OSHA and EPA compliance, even for
facilities disposing of large quantities
Facilities across the
world use the Fluorescent Lamp Crusher /
Compactor to make their lamp disposal
process more efficient. The systems will
greatly reduce storage needs, minimize
handling of the lamps, create a safer,
cleaner work environment, and cut
overall recycling costs.
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