Cart for transporting conduit through narrow aisles with 5,000 lb (2268 kg) capacity.$1,150.00
Case of eight 12" square AcidSorb Pillows for placement in drip pans to neutralize and absorb acid drips and boil-over from lead acid batteries.$260.00
The Dockmaster™ two-wheeled bin tipper (DM0700-B) tips and empties bins and drums weighing up to 550 lb (250 kg) at 27.5" (700 mm) tipping height.
With Earth Day around the corner, many business owners are considering a commitment to recycling electronics, metals, textiles, and other harder-to-handle materials. It's the natural next step for companies that already recycle paper, plastics, and glass.
School green programs, like recycling and composting, have a far-reaching impact. From reducing waste to nourishing leadership skills in students, these programs improve not just local communities, but also the planet — and that makes Earth Day the perfect opportunity to start one. Luckily, there are plenty of resources to help create a program from the ground up.
The global recycling market is changing rapidly, and that can leave municipal plastic recycling programs struggling to find enough end users to stay in business. More than ever, post-consumer plastics are competing with virgin resins. This, in turn, is placing new pressures on materials recovery facilities (MRF) and the municipalities that hire them to produce pristine bales of reclaimed plastics; high levels of contamination are no longer acceptable.