Trash compactors can handle a variety of materials, but the appliances aren't designed to compress all types of trash. The Association has been informed that a large number of cardboard boxes have been thrown to the compactor and not to the recycling trailer. Be polite and take the time to break down your cardboard and recycle it properly in our FREE recycling trailer. This frees up space in the compactor for real trash and helps the association to keep garbage costs low.
Check with the manufacturer of your trash compactor for more information on the trash approved for your appliance. Here are some tips to help you use your garbage compactor efficiently and safely and avoid problems in the future. Most of the wet waste is produced by restaurants, which usually use autonomous compactors to dispose of garbage. In addition, there are some limits to the types of materials that are suitable for placing in a commercial garbage compactor.
Commercial waste disposal compactors are a clean and efficient solution for processing garbage in a cost-effective and responsible way. Let's take a look at some common waste materials and if they're appropriate for a commercial garbage compactor. Trash compactors have important safety features that must be inspected regularly to ensure that appliances are safe. If your garbage compactor smells bad, it's probably because bacteria and other harmful microorganisms have formed inside the appliance.