Ameri-Kart, Goddard, Kan., has introduced 1.5-yard and 2-yard Material Handling Karts. Available in four models, the Karts can move up to 2,000 pounds, the company says. Features include roller bearing caster wheels, rotationally molded tubs, tubular steel frames and optional trailer kits. Tubs are available in gray, red and blue. Lids are optional for 0.5-yard and 1-yard models.
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Cascade Cart, Grand Rapids, Mich., offers injection-molded plastic carts and recycling bins designed to withstand extreme temperatures and handling conditions. Rollout carts are available in 35-, 64- and 95-gallon capacities to collect household garbage, yard waste and recyclables.
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Paper recycling carts from Curbside Container Co., Paso Robles, Calif., come in two sizes, one for office paper and one for newspaper. Carts are designed to hold any type of paper in a dense stack to eliminate sorting and reduce handling costs, the company says. Curbside Container also has introduced a see-through cart with a Plexiglas window to collect recyclables such as aluminum cans.
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The Curotto Can
The Curotto Can, Sonoma, Calif., offers an automated can with a 60-inch reach, a cushioned dump cylinder, sleeved pins for even force distribution and a series of Teflon strips designed to eliminate rotating bearings, according to the company. Dumping occurs in the front of the vehicle, and the container can be used as a tipper in areas with obstructions, the company says. Can features include three nitrate cylinders, a three-point disconnect attachment and an operating time of 10 gallons per minute (gpm) at 2,000 pounds per square inch (psi).
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El Monte Plastics
El Monte Plastics, Chino, Calif., offers the EMP series of carts and containers for recycling and waste collection. Carts are designed for semi- and fully automated collection systems and are available in 35-, 64-, 100-, 300- and 450-gallon capacities. Options include a variety of colors, custom serial numbers, engraving and white boss imprints.
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Jedstock Inc., Warren, N.J., manufactures curbside containers, collection carts and material handling products for the recycling and solid waste industries.
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The Otto MSD cart series from Charlotte, N.C.-based Otto Industries Inc. includes carts and accessories for refuse and recyclable material collection programs and lifting systems. MSD carts are available in 32-, 68- and 95-gallon capacities, and can be picked up by semi- and fully automated lifting systems. The 32-gallon cart can hold up to 150 pounds, the 68-gallon cart can hold up to 238 pounds and the 95-gallon cart can hold up to 335 pounds, the company says. Features include a one-piece lid; blow-molded, snap-on wheels with axle spacers; a steel lower bar; upper lift pocket; and dual-reinforced wear strip.
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Plastic Omnium Zarn
The CityCart from Plastic Omnium Urban Systems, a division of Plastic Omnium Zarn Inc., Reidsville, N.C., can be used for automated and semi-automated refuse, recycling and yard waste collection. Carts come in 35-, 65- and 95-gallon capacities.
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Los Angeles-based Rehrig Pacific Co. manufactures Huskylite 20-, 35-, 65- and 95-gallon universal rollout carts for semi- and fully automated lifting systems. The 65- and 95-gallon carts include a ventilation system for aerobic decomposition of green waste and a hinged false bottom designed to eliminate trapped material during dumping, the company says. All models include pre-assembled lids and snap-on wheels, injection molding and high-density polyethylene (HDPE) construction.
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Roto Industries Inc., Anaheim, Calif., offers 35-, 60-, 70-, 90-, 100- and 300-gallon Hauler carts for semi- and fully automated collection systems. The company also manufactures plastic lids for front- and rear-load containers, plastic bin liners and plastic bottoms; and performs residential route audits.
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Carts from Rotonics Manufacturing Inc. (RMI), Gardena, Calif., have front hatches that can be replaced with different colors to designate refuse, recycling and green waste collection; four molded-in hinge holes designed to increase the carts' strength and minimize damage; and a 115-degree rotating latch angle, the company says. Features include a domed top and sloping, overlapped edges to contain odors and prevent moisture from entering the cart.
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Schaefer Systems International
Universal System Design (USD) carts from Schaefer Systems International Inc., Charlotte, N.C., are available in 35-, 65- and 95-gallon capacities for curbside waste collection. The company also offers injection-molded carts and models for standard bar-lock lifters or automated grabbers, and models for comb lifters or automated grabbers, the company says.
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Toter Inc., Statesville, N.C., manufactures the EVR series of rotationally molded carts. EVR carts can be converted into co-collection carts with the addition of double-walled rotationally molded dividers and lids, the company says.
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Tri-State Rotational Products
Tri-State Rotational Products Inc., Hudson, Ind., offers rotationally molded 90-gallon carts in black, gray and blue for solid waste collection.
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