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.
It's hard to maintain a small carbon footprint when you're traveling. Airplanes are one of the biggest emitters of CO2, and hotels frequently guzzle energy while they cater to a traveler's every whim. That being said, there are simple things that eco-conscious travelers can do to reduce their impact on the environment.
National Garbage Man Day is June 17th, and it reminds us to pay our respects to the men and women that keep our country clean. While we frequently take time out to honor police and firefighters (and deservedly so), we sometimes overlook the dangerous job that waste management workers do for our communities. Let's take a closer look at the job that sanitation workers perform and think about some ways we can help them out.
Summer is the busy season for concerts, festivals, and other outdoor events. And while these get-togethers build a sense of community and provide family-friendly activities, they also create a waste management challenge. Luckily, there are plenty of GSA-approved companies that provide specialized equipment for diverting waste from landfills as well as resources for throwing a zero-waste event.