WB Waste Solutions has compactors to help reduce the volume and frequency of hauls and offer significant savings on waste removal costs.
We have a great selection of compactors for bulky, dry or wet waste streams, recyclables or space restricted areas. Using a commercial trash compactor will allow you to crush your waste and remove it from public areas and save space for other use.
Because each business has different needs, we pair you with one of our experts who will visit you at your location and offer you advice on the best solution and the right equipment for your business.
All of our compactors meet stringent safety requirements and provide sustainability for your business and the environment as well.
Maintenance & Repairs
Beyond installation, protect your investment with regularly scheduled maintenance to prevent unexpected downtime due to equipment failures. A maintenance plan will ensure the longevity of your equipment and help protect your investment.
WB Waste has a team of experts available to diagnose issues, schedule repairs performed by qualified technicians and get your equipment optimized and running again.
Your account executive is available for on-going training and support as long as you have your equipment.
Used for dry waste such as paper, cardboard, plastic, etc.
Best Suited for
- Department/Retail Stores
- Government Agencies
Self Contained Compactors
Used for wet waste & food processing
Best Suited for
- Grocery Stores
- Stadiums/Sports Facilities
Ideal for wet of dry waste and where space may be limited
Perfect for heavy industrial type waste produced by manufacturers such as furniture, drums, barrels, drums, etc.
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Commercial Trash Compactor FAQs
What type of business should use trash compactors?
Any business that produces a large amount of trash will benefit from using compactors. Trash compactors can help businesses and facilities minimize odors, reduce pest and rodent concerns and save money by reducing the number of times you will need service. Restaurants, apartments/condos, malls, hotels, hospitals, supermarkets, warehouses, universities, etc. use compactors.
What types of waste can I put in a compactor?
You can put dry waste such as cardboard, paper, plastics, glass as well wet or kitchen and food waste in a compactor. Some compactors are liquid-tight and helps manage the waste neatly and keeps things sanitary.
Can I put construction and demolition debris in a compactor?
Construction and demolition debris are not permitted in a compactor.
How much space do I need to install a compactor?
Compactors come in different shapes and sizes. Important considerations to keep in mind when choosing the space for your compactor should include the footprint, overhead space, electrical requirements and making sure the ground is level.
Will my compactor be accessible to unauthorized users?
Many business owners are plagued with having their trashcans and dumpsters used without permission, costing them money. Compactors are not easily accessible and eliminate unauthorized use.
How do compactors save money?
Compacting allow you to save money by reducing the number of pickups needed. Not only will this save you money but also fewer pickups per month helps the environment by lowering the carbon emissions released into the atmosphere.