Description: Safely dispose of your site's aerosol cans with an EPA-certified recycling system. Depressurize, collect residual liquid, and filter VOCs. Our five lightweight and portable systems require no power to operate. Recycler units mount onto 30 or 55 gal drums with a standard 2in bung.
Uses: Remove the expense and hassle of your company's hazardous waste handling. Puncture and convert spray cans into recyclable containers or valuable scrap metal.
Description: Our hand wringer is made with heavy steel construction. Its collection tray fits over a closed-head 55-gallon drum and allows liquid to flow into the drum. A recent EPA report on absorbent recycling concludes that a wringer could pay for itself in 2.8 to 5 weeks with an annual savings of 51% to 75% on absorbents and disposal costs.
Uses: Recover up to 90% of absorbed fluids from most sorbent mats, towels or rags. Ideal for use in plants, spill clean-up services, and car washes. Save by reusing your absorbent pads. The wringer model works with flat absorbent pads, towels, as well as absorbent socks. An electric motor option is also available for this wringer. Additional product information on order page.
Description: Portable, small scale incinerator that burns small batches hot and clean. Reduces 55 gallon drum waste to 3% ash without smell or smoke. Meets EPA requirements for burning non-hazardous refuse.
Uses: An environmentally friendly way to save on waste disposal costs. Incinerate soiled absorbents, oil, paper, food waste and more.
Description: This eco-friendly propane cylinder recycling system converts canisters into a non-hazardous state. It safely filters propellant, removes sealing sleeves and internal valve stems from empty propane and calibration gas cylinders. Requires no power to operate. EPA compliant.
Uses: Reduce your business hazardous waste costs by diverting canisters from landfill. Recycle small propane tanks as scrap steel.
Uses: Outdoor ashtrays help prevent litter and provide smokers a safe way to dispose of their cigarette butts to minimize risks of accidental fire. Place in designated smoking areas, out front of stores, office building entries, and more.