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Stationary Compactors are ideal for all types of dry waste.  The packer unit is anchored to a concrete pad and uses a detachable container for the material stream.  The detachable container allows the maximum amount of weight for the material being compacted.   

Many companies use a stationary compactor for dry recyclable materials.  Containers for Stationary Compactors range in size but are generally 40 Yards to minimize hauls and maximize weight.  With a chargebox size ranging from 2 cubic yards to 12 cubic yards, there is a size to fit every need.

 Options available for loading material into a stationary compactor can be tailored to your specific needs such as:

          Tall Hoppers for loading via forklift in an open area.

          Low Hoppers for handloading material in an open area.

          Chute fed from a building.

          Large walk-in or drive-in enclosures.

A site survey and analysis from our expert staff with input from the people who will use the equipment the most will help to reduce more than just hauling costs.  Minimizing time spent on the waste stream allows your employees to spend more time on making your business more productive.  Reduced costs and increased productivity is what every business is looking for.

 

A Simplified Example: A business using a 40 cubic yard open top container has a scheduled haul of once per week at a charge of $150.00.  Installation of a compactor and using a 4 to 1 ratio (an industry standard for mixed material) drops the hauling down to once per month at a cost of $200.00 per haul.  This results in a savings of $400.00 per month.  

The type of material will vary the compaction ratio.  In our 30+ years of experience in the industry, some of the most dense materials will still result in at least a 3 to 1 compaction ratio, and we have experienced 8 to 1 compaction on some lighter materials.