Heil Launches New 23-Yard Half/Pack Freedom

Chattanooga, TN. — Heil Environmental has announced the launch of a new 23-yard model of their Half/Pack® Freedom front-loading refuse collection vehicle.


Known as the lightest, most durable front loader on the market, the Half/Pack Freedom is now offered with the option of a smaller body and shorter wheelbase, perfect for maneuvering through narrow streets and alleyways and around MRFs, transfer stations, and dump sites.


Environmental Solutions Group (ESG) has announced the opening of a new manufacturing facility in Phoenix, AZ

The company states the expansion is necessary to address a growing demand for its products in the western region of the United States. According to Bob McMackins, ESG’s vice president of manufacturing, “Our manufacturing operations have been primarily located in the Southeast. Having a large-scale manufacturing option in the western part of the U.S. makes perfect sense for our customers. We can now manufacture our products much closer to their point of use, reducing freight charges for our customers.”


ESG Announces Acquisition Of The Curotto-Can Company

Environmental Solutions Group (ESG) has announced the acquisition of The Curotto-Can Company of Sonoma, CA. Details of the acquisition have not been disclosed.

The Curotto-Can is known for their automated carry can that mounts to the forks of a commercial front loader, converting the unit to an automated front loader. This system enables a commercial refuse collection unit to also be used for residential pickups, with efficiency and versatility superior to that seen in automated side loaders.

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NEXGEN Designs Tulsa’s American Waste Control Material Recovery Facility

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Smartferm® Technology Introduced In CA

Zero Waste Energy (ZWE) announces the development of two semi­mobile anaerobic digestion (AD) plant facilities throughout the State of California utilizing their SmartFerm technology. The proposed installation of these SmartFerm facilities in Napa, and Monterey Counties, are part of Zero Waste Energy's visionary strategy to transform the way communities, businesses, and municipalities in the world's eighth­largest economy manage organic waste­streams.