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A waste container is a container for temporarily storing waste, and is usually made out of metal or plastic.

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Waste collection does not stay constant. Like any other industry, it changes and grows with each new innovation in machinery or technique. Other industries consciously adopt the formal process of “continuous improvement” to advance their capabilities and improve the quality of their products and services. Waste collection is no different.

4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Underground Waste Containers

4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Underground Waste Containers

We have been conditioned to accept that traditional dumpsters are the one and only way to collect waste, especially at high-density sites.

We have accepted that these dumpsters will be in various states of disrepair. We are resigned to paying large amounts for their maintenance and frequent pickups. And we have

Commercial Waste Containers For Specific Wastes

Commercial Waste Containers For Specific Wastes

Commercial waste pick up is not just a matter of size. Though certainly larger than residential carts and waste cans, commercial containers come with additional features made necessary by the volume and weight of their waste loads. Commercial containers are made with different materials, often with reinforced structures to manage

It’s Not Just a Matter of Size

It’s Not Just a Matter of Size

Commercial waste pick up is not just a matter of size. Though certainly larger than residential carts and waste cans, commercial containers come with additional features made necessary by the volume and weight of their waste loads. Commercial containers are made with different materials, often with reinforced structures to manage

Residential Organics Recycling: Discard, Storage, and Set-Out

Residential Organics Recycling: Discard, Storage, and Set-Out

Under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), municipalities are liable for hazardous waste contained in the municipal solid waste generated in their jurisdictions. Broadly, municipalities are “arrangers” under the law and “potentially responsible parties” for Superfund cleanup. (The most-cited case is B. F. Goodrich Company v. Murtha,

Otto Receives Export Excellence Award

Otto Receives Export Excellence Award

Asheville, N.C., June 22, 2016 ̶ Otto Environmental Systems North America, Inc. (OESNA) was recently presented with an Export Achievement certificate for 2014-2015 export sales performance. OESNA Director of International Sales Travis Dowell was present to receive the award. The NCDEC contributes to international trade expertise to complement the U.S.

Otto Moves Forward After Refinance Completion

Otto Moves Forward After Refinance Completion

Charlotte, N.C., June 21, 2016 ̶ Otto is proud to report our refinancing effort has been completed. Otto spent the last eighteen very difficult months going through an operational turn-around. Our plants needed extensive refurbishment in order to handle increased sales volumes. During this period Otto invested over eighteen

Wastequip Partners with Compology to Offer Roll-Off Container Monitoring Solution

Wastequip Partners with Compology to Offer Roll-Off Container Monitoring Solution

Charlotte, NC—June 22, 2016—Wastequip announced that it has reached a partnership agreement with Compology, a San Francisco-based waste technology company that provides waste container tracking and monitoring solutions.

Under the agreement, Wastequip has exclusive rights to Compology sensors sold on new roll-off containers purchased through Wastequip. The agreement allows Wastequip customers

Discard, Storage and Set-Out

Discard, Storage and Set-Out

Under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), municipalities are liable for hazardous waste contained in the municipal solid waste generated in their jurisdictions. Broadly, municipalities are “arrangers” under the law and “potentially responsible parties” for Superfund cleanup. (The most-cited case is B. F. Goodrich Company v. Murtha,

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