Transfer Stations: Essential Tools for Municipal Waste Management
A transfer station is a crucial part of a community’s waste management efforts. If you’re looking for one that can process a large amount of waste for landfill purposes, turn to our high-performance transfer system compactors. We provide top-of-the-line transfer compactor solutions manufactured by Marathon, a trusted name in the waste management equipment industry. Know what these machines are and how they can improve your waste disposal system’s productivity.
What is a Transfer Station?
A transfer station is a place where waste collectors unload waste for processing and transportation to landfills.
How Does a Transfer Station Work?
When commercial delivery trucks make a scheduled stop, they follow this standard process:
With the staggering amount of garbage that municipalities produce, ordinary compactors won’t be able to keep up. As such, specialized transfer compaction solutions like the Marathon BlokPak 3000 and M-Series are needed to compress large loads of solid waste into manageable chunks.
Benefits of a Transfer Station
Waste transfer stations are a key component of any modern waste management and transport systems. They significantly reduce transportation costs to landfills, waste-to-energy facilities, and other disposal sites. In addition to their cost-effectiveness, here are different ways you can benefit from them:
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We supply both the BlokPak 3000 and M-Series transfer station compactors to companies and communities in the U.S. Here’s what to expect from these high-performance transfer station compaction machines.
Both options are excellent for municipal waste processing. It all depends on your community or municipality’s needs. If you’re looking for a solution that can take on even the toughest solid waste, the BlokPak 3000 is for you. But if you want to prioritize seamless loading into trailers, consider the M-Series compactors.
Contact us today to find a compactor that fits your waste management system’s needs.