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Waste & Recycling Equipment Category
Brief Description / Typical Application
Main Material Classes
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Compactor Cart Combo Can hold roughly 600 gallons of loose trash before emptying Mixed Trash    
Stainless Steel with Separate Liftcart 3 Sizes to choose from and buil in odor control Mixed Trash    
Mini-Baler Compactor Great for small bales of cardboard and shrink wrap


 Shrink Wrap


Smart-Pack - Automatic Compacting Receptacle

For the concourse areas, quick service dining areas and other public areas

Mixed Trash


36Stockroom Baler

Up to 1,000 pound bales of Cardboard


Plastic Wrap  

60” Cardboard & Plastic Wrap Baler

Up to 900 pound bales of Cardboard


 Shrink Wrap

Bottle and Can Crusher Recycling of PET and cans on ships / vessels is easy with this Multiple Bay Crusher. The Multiple Chambers allow for easy separation and baling of different materials. PET Cans  

Container Ready Compactors

Compacts the trash in your existing 96 gal or 64 gal containers

Mixed Trash



Bin Compactors

Easy to use and easy to feed large volumes of trash manually, by conveyor or air

Mixed Trash



Lamp / Bulb / CFL Crusher  

For crushing Fluorescent Bulbs and CFL's

Bulbs only



Glass Bottle Crusher

For Crushing Glass

Glass bottles




Waste Reduction and Recycling Tips for Ships & the Marine Industry

It is a scientific fact that over 70% of our planet is covered in water. With that in mind, wouldn’t the marine industry want to do everything possible to keep our oceans and environment clean? Environmental groups worldwide have had a close eye on the ship and marine industry due to recent actions to streamline waste and recycling and create a worldwide partnership for ship material recycling.


With the adoption of the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships in May 2009, steps towards quality improvements in ship recycling are being taken. Other members of the marine industry are taking notice on areas where recycling can be effective, even as new laws are put into place about waste reduction at sea.


Recycling Tips


The marine industry has many areas to institute effective recycling programs. 


Waste Reduction Tips


So what can be done in terms of waste reduction efforts to allow the marine industry more environmental pursuits? Proper waste handling is crucial to the safety and security of employees, the environment and the industry. Whenever you handle, store and dispose of harmful chemicals, bio-hazardous materials, paints, solvents, and any other products, do it by the book.


Case Study: Cruise Lines Recycle & Reduce Waste

Royal Caribbean International

Royal Caribbean International’s (RCI) Mercury has been named Recycler of the Year several times by the Port of San Diego.  RCI uses fluorescent lamp crushers that allow for crushing of glass onboard and also separation of mercury and metal end caps.  They also created a battery recycling program As a result, RCI has won several environmental awards.

Princess Cruises' Ships

Princess ships have biological treatment plants. These biological facilities break down and disinfect with a bio-reactor. Ten or more of Princess Cruises' ships have treatment systems for wastewater that use membrane filtration and ultraviolet light.



The ship and marine industry constitutes a wide variety of opportunities to recycle, reduce waste and better care for our environment. While some programs exist, more can be done to showcase the marine industries efforts to be good stewards of our environment.



For assistance in determining the best approach for your particular facility, email WasteCare Corporation at sales@wastecare.com and in addition to your contact information, let us know the approximate volume of trash being hauled from your facility each week or month and the approximate waste hauling cost each month and we will be glad to give you some suggestions.

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