WasteExpo 2004

April 1, 2004

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WasteExpo 2004

On behalf of all of us who work on WasteExpo, Waste Age magazine and the Environmental Industry Associations, I would like to welcome you to WasteExpo 2004. This event culminates a year-long effort to create a vibrant educational experience that will bring you up to date on the industry's technological innovations and critical trends. Within the pages of this magazine you will find a floorplan of the industry's largest exhibit hall, information on education sessions and workshops, special events and so much more. For more information, please visit our Web site at www.wasteexpo.com. Clearly, WasteExpo is the industry's most comprehensive event — so much so that 50 percent of WasteExpo attendees indicate this is the only event they attend.

Our industry, like most others, still is coping with a very tough economy. We know you have been asked to scrutinize every dollar you spend, and we kept this top-of-mind as we organized WasteExpo 2004. We realize that you need and expect — more than ever — greater return for the time, money and effort you spend to attend this event, and we plan to give it to you. There is no doubt in my mind that no other annual event comes close to providing you with the value you will receive from the relatively few days you spend in Dallas at WasteExpo 2004. No other trade event comes close to what WasteExpo offers to private sector haulers, public sector and municipal employees, landfill owners/operators, medical waste professionals and other waste generators, and others who make their living in the waste and recycling industries. WasteExpo 2004 and our two co-located conferences — the Medical Waste Conference and the Waste Tech Landfill Technology Conference — will provide you with knowledge, ideas, insight and tools that will make you more effective and competitive.

We can never underestimate the value of face-to-face interaction with customers, friends, colleagues, prospective customers and partners. With WasteExpo being the largest annual trade event in this industry, there is no better place to reconnect and to reach out.

The workshops and education program were developed with an emphasis on leading-edge information that is highly valuable and extremely relevant. We promise you that you will take home something concrete that you will be able to apply immediately for change and improved results. And the exhibit hall at WasteExpo is unsurpassed — more than 425 companies showcasing the best products and services you need to know about, to better serve your customers, better serve your communities, and to better run the company for which you work.

All of us who work on WasteExpo believe that this 2004 event in Dallas offers you a chance to see what others are doing, find out more about what people are talking about and, most importantly, discover the opportunities that are on the horizon. Whether you are looking for intellectual stimulation, networking time or the opportunity to troubleshoot a critical business issue, WasteExpo is your show. WasteExpo belongs to you. It belongs to this industry. I sincerely hope our efforts serve your needs and that you will plan to join us in May in Dallas.

Sincerely,

Rita Ugianskis-Fishman
Group Show Director, WasteExpo
Primedia Business Exhibitions

WasteExpo Agenda

Dallas Convention Center

Conference: May 17-20, 2004

Exhibits:

Tuesday, May 18

10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Wednesday, May 19

10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Thursday, May 20

10 a.m. - 1 p.m.



Organized by:

For a complete list of WasteExpo Premier Partners, Allied Publications, Supporting Organizations and Corporate Sponsors, please visit wasteexpo.com

Co-Located Conferences:

(separate registration is required for the co-located conferences)

Wednesday, May 19

8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 20

8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Monday, May 17

7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Tuesday, May 18

7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Wednesday, May 19

7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.



Registration:

To register for WasteExpo, please go to the registration tab on www.wasteexpo.com.

Onsite Registration Hours:

Saturday, May 15

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Sunday, May 16

8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Monday, May 17

7 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Tuesday, May 18

7 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Wednesday, May 19

7 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Thursday, May 20

8 a.m. - 1 p.m.



For registration information, call (888) 863-9063 or (708) 486-7012. For show questions, call (800) 927-5007 or (203) 358-3751.

Travel/Hotel Information:

Special discounts have been negotiated for all participants with Dallas hotels, with American Airlines and with Avis Rent A Car. Visit www.wasteexpo.com or call (877) 557-5334 or (972) 349-5860 for a complete list of hotels, rates and reservation information.

To obtain airline discounts, call American Airlines at (800) 433-1790 and mention discount code A0954AG. For car rental discounts, call Avis at (800) 331-1600 discount code D006261.

Special Events:

New for 2004!
The WasteExpo 2004 Raffle

Win great prizes provided by the WasteExpo 2004 exhibitors! Visit participating exhibitors' booths, get your game card stamped and turn it in for the drawing that will be held in the exhibit hall.

Monday, May 17

EIA's BASF Invitational at WasteExpo

8 a.m. Shotgun Start
Sky Creek Ranch Golf Club

Contact Sandra Price for more information at (800) 424-2869.

Welcome Reception-WasteExpo Sports Bar

6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Dallas - Landmark Ballroom

Tickets: $50 each (One ticket included with Full Event Registration.)

Tuesday, May 18

EIA's Inspirational & Awards Breakfast

7:45 a.m. - 10 a.m. Ballroom A Dallas Convention Center

Tickets: $30 each
Join EIA and the waste industry for breakfast featuring inspirational speaker DeeDee Jonrowe. EIA also will recognize industry leaders and induct new leaders into the EIA Hall of Fame.

Waste Tech Landfill Technology
Conference Golf Tournament

2 p.m. Shotgun Start
Tour 18 Dallas

Cost: $120

Best ball scramble. For information, call Rita Ugianskis at (813) 994-4654.

International Reception

5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Dallas Convention Center

All non-U.S. attendees are invited to a free cocktail reception to network with colleagues from aboad as well as with personnel from sponsoring exhibiting companies.

Wednesday, May 19th

Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF) 10th Annual Refuse Equipment Absolute Auction and Charity Raffle

5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Dallas Convention Center, EREF Exhibit Space

Proceeds will fund municipal solid waste research and education projects.

WasteExpo Educational Sessions

The Environmental Industry Associations has organized the WasteExpo 2004 Education Program with sessions targeted to the needs of the private sector, the public sector and waste generators.

Also for 2004, both the Medical Waste Conference and the Waste Tech Landfill Technology Conference will co-locate with WasteExpo.

The Medical Waste Conference, organized by the Medical Waste Institute, focuses on the latest regulatory, legislative and technical issues that affect the management and disposal of medical waste.

The Waste Tech Landfill Technology Conference, organized by NSWMA's Landfill Institute, brings together landfill owners and operators, consultants and landfill technology firms, regulators and others with an interest in issues affecting land disposal of solid waste.

Separate registration is required for the co-locating conferences. For more information visit wasteexpo.com and click on the Co-Located Conferences tab or call (800) 927-5007.

New for 2004: Certification Credits Now Available

WasteExpo is pleased to offer Texas Commission on Enviro Quality Municipal Solid Waste Supervisor Licensing Program License Renwal Training Credits! See course listings for qualifying sessions and credit hours.

Educational Session Hours:

Monday, May 17

8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Tuesday, May 18

10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 19

8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Thursday, May 20

11 a.m. - 4 p.m.



CONFERENCE SESSIONS:
Monday, May 17
ORIENTATION

Navigating WasteExpo: Orientation for First-Time Attendees

8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.

Speakers: Rita Ugianskis-Fishman, WasteExpo, and Mark Glazer, Environmental Industry Associations.

HAULER ISSUES

New Rules of the Road

10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Speaker: Duane Baker, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Moderator: Ed Apuzzi, IESI.

© Automated Collection - When and How

12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Angela Mabin, The City of East Lansing, Michigan; Paul Smith, Norcal. Moderator: Phil Allen, Elliott Equipment Co.

© Alternative Fuels and “Greener” Garbage Trucks

2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Rich Hayes, City of San Diego; Representative from Volvo Power Train North America. Moderator: Jim Mele, Fleet Owner Magazine.

CONFLICT AVOIDANCE & IMPROVING COMMUNICATIONS

Stress Management for Professionals

8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.

Speaker: Deanna Kasten, M.A. LPC. Moderator: Kenneth Baylor, Republic Services Inc.

How to Keep Peace in a Family Business

10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Speakers: Royal Coulter, Peoria Disposal Co.; Charles Himes, Himco-Waste Away. Moderator: Michele Nestor, Nestor Resources.

Venus and Mars: Gender Differences in the Workplace

12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Speaker: Nancy Stokes, MS, LPC, Mars Venus Counselor. Moderator: Keyna Cory, Public Affairs Consultants.

EIA Women's Council Roundtable

2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Speaker: Ellen Harvey, E.L. Harvey & Sons.

RECYCLING

© Recycling Markets Panel

8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Bob Davis, Green Man Technologies; Frank Hurd, Carpet & Rug Institute; Jerry Powell, E-Scrap News. Moderator: Daniel Sandoval, Fibre Market News.

The Recovered Paper Market — Boom or Bust

10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Speakers: Bill Moore, Moore & Associates; Steve Ragiel, Recycle America Alliance; Michael Sullivan, Abitibi Consolidated General Manager Recycling. Moderator: Ben Harvey, E.L. Harvey & Sons Inc.

© Urban Recycling — What are the Latest Trends

12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Geoff Rathbone, City of Toronto; Mike Sangiaccomo, Norcal; Elaine Leung, City of San Jose. Moderator: Chaz Miller, National Solid Wastes Management Association.

© E-Waste: A New Market … A New Profit Opportunity

2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Steve Skurnac, Noranda Recycling; David Thompson, Panasonic; David White, Nokia. Moderator: Peggy Macenas, National Solid Wastes Management Association

LOCAL CONCERNS AND DRIVER TRAINING

© Coaching Your Refuse Truck Drivers

8:30 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. (2.5 credit hours)

Speaker: Bill Waslick, FLI Learning Inc. Moderator: Gary Mosier, Allied Waste Inc.

The Politics of Garbage: How to Work with Local Governments

12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Speakers: Don Cassano, Waste Management; Filomena Troiana, Troiana Waste Systems; Moderator: Peggy Macenas, National Solid Wastes Management Association.

© Tossing Trash Texas Style

2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Margaret Hoffman, Texas Council on Environmental Quality; Mary Nix, City of Dallas; Chuck Dees, Waste Management Inc. Moderator: Tom Brown, IESI.

LANDFILL WORKSHOP

© Landfill Operations Workshop: Part I

8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (5.5 credit hours)

Instructor: Leonard Joyce, Jr., Joyce Engineering Inc.

BOXED LUNCH DISCUSSION

Take Pride in Waste Industry — It's Good For Business

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Speaker: Kenneth Baylor, Republic Services Inc. Moderator: Patti Tom, Waste Age Magazine.

Tuesday, May 18

LANDFILL WORKSHOP

© Landfill Operations Workshop: Part II

10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (4 credit hours)

Instructor: Leonard Joyce, Jr., Joyce Engineering Inc.

EMPLOYEES ARE YOUR GREATEST ASSET

© How to Attract and Keep Dependable and Productive Employees

10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Jeff Johnson, Going Garbage and Recycling; Michele Nestor, Nestor Resources; Patrick Van Every, Waste Recruiters. Moderator: Mark Dorries, Waste Recruiters.

© Management 101: Going From the Back of the Truck to the Front Office

12:45 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Kenneth Baylor, Republic Services Inc.; John Johnson, City of Plainfield. Moderator: Bill Terry, Republic Services Inc.

© Training and Managing a Multi-Cultural Workforce

2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speaker: Terry Boone, Haynes and Boone. Moderator: Phil Headley, Waste Equipment Technology Association.

Garbage Contracts: Practical Advice for Non-Lawyers

10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Speaker: Chris Della Pietra, Potters & Della Pietra LLP. Moderator: Mary O'Brien, Advanced Disposal.

Legal Update on Flow Control and Interstate

12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Speaker: David Biderman, General Counsel, Nat'l Solid Wastes Management Assoc.

© How to Avoid Employee Lawsuits: A Guide to Progressive Discipline and Termination

2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Audrey Mross, Haynes & Boone; Joyce Thummel, IESI. Moderator: Ed Menger, Waste Corporation of America Inc.

SAFETY MATTERS

© Video Presentation: Reducing Fatalities in the Solid Waste Industry

10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Susan Eppes, EST Solutions Inc.; David Biderman, General Counsel, National Solid Wastes Management Association.

© Improving Safety at Landfills

12:45 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Terry Bitner, IESI; Billy Martin, Waste Management. Moderator: Chris Florczak, Shaw Environmental Inc.

© Practical Tips on Implementing an Effective Safety Program

2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Chuck Blough, IESI; Ralph Ford, Waste Industries Inc. Moderator: Gary Satterfield, Waste Equipment Technology Association.

FINANCIAL ISSUES

How to Choose the Right Health Plan for Your Company When Costs are Skyrocketing

10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Speaker: Mark Seeberger, R.G. Seeberger Co. Inc. Moderator: Johnathan Kiser, Gershman Brickner & Bratton Inc.

What Wall Street Thinks about the Industry

12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Speaker: Amanda Tepper, Vice President, J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. (Equity Research). Moderator: Ron McCracken, RJM Waste Equipment Co.

How to Borrow Money and Keep Your Banker Happy

2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Speakers: Jim Grogan, G&G Sanitation Systems; Luther Whitlock, Financial Federal Credit. Moderator: Mary Margaret Cowhey, Land & Lakes Co.

BOXED LUNCH DISCUSSION

“Tales from the Can”: Extreme Customer Service Stories

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Moderator: Steve Changaris, National Solid Wastes Management Association.

Wednesday, May 19

© TEXAS CERTIFICATION TRAINING

8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (8 credit hours)

Separate Registration required. For more information or to register, call (210) 520-1905.

IMPROVING ROUTE MANAGEMENT

© Pricing Commercial Collection for Profitability

8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (3 credit hours)

Speaker: Tim Clark, Tim Clark Business Consulting Inc.; Michele Nestor, Nestor Resources. Moderator: Phil Allen, Elliott Equipment Co.

© Computerized Routing Technology

12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Kevin Callen, WasteBid.com; Andy Stahl, Knight Waste Services. Moderator: Barry Grahek, Desert Micro.

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

© C&D Debris Management

8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Tom Kacandes, Taylor Recycling Facility LLC; William Turley, Construction Material Recyclers Association; Leonard Cherry, Cherry Demolition (invited). Moderator: Steve Changaris, National Solid Wastes Management Association.

© Being a Good Neighbor — Controlling Nuisances at Your Facilities

10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Jeffrey Harris, Waste Management Inc.; Bruce Maillet. EMCON/OWT, Inc.; Tim O'Donnell, Republic Services Inc. Moderator: Devin Moose, EMCON/OWT Inc.

© Keeping Bad Waste Out of Good Disposal Facilities

12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Bruce Clark, SCS Engineers; Marcos Elizondo, Republic Services Inc., Rob Guidry, Waste Management Inc. Moderator: Robert Gardner, SCS Engineers.

SPECIAL TOPICS

© Roadside Inspections: What Officers Are Looking For

8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Captain James Spencer, Texas Department of Public Safety Region 1. Moderator: Chaz Miller, National Solid Wastes Management Association.

© Creating a Crisis Management Plan

10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. (1 credit hour)

Speaker: Will Flower, Republic Services Inc. Moderator: Susan Eppes, EST Solutions Inc.

© Managing Trash and Recyclables at Special Events

12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: John Madole, Oakcreek Resources, LLC; Don Smith, Waste Management Inc. Moderator: David Biderman, National Solid Wastes Management Association.

WHAT'S GOING ON?

Hauler Round Table — What's on Your Mind

Speakers: Lee Brandsma, Groot Industries; David Hood, Pinnacle Waste, Inc.; Ron Schmidt, Texas Commercial Waste. Moderator: Mike Huff, National Solid Wastes Management Association.

© Product Responsibility

10 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. (1 credit hour)

Speakers: Catherine Wilt, University of Tennessee; Clare Lindsay, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Moderator: Chaz Miller, National Solid Wastes Management Association.

© Waste Generation, Recovery and Disposal Trends

12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Speaker: James Thompson Jr., Chartwell Information. Moderator: Phil Headley, Waste Equipment Technology Association.

BOXED LUNCH DISCUSSION

Good Business Practices — How They Affect Your Image

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Speakers: Mike Cordesman, Republic Services Inc.; Eddie Dick, Eddie Dick & Associates; Jim W. Perry, Waste Industries Inc. Moderator: Bruce Parker, Environmental Industry Associations.

Thursday, May 20

SPECIAL WORKSHOPS

© Route Auditing

11 a.m. - 4 p.m. (5 credit hours)

Speakers: Tim Clark, Tim Clark Business Consulting Inc.; Michele Nestor, Nestor Resources.

© Fleet Maintenance: Improving Your Fleet's Performance

11 a.m. - 4 p.m. (5 credit hours)

Speaker: John Dolce, Roseland, NJ.

For WasteExpo registration information, call (888) 863-9063 or (708) 486-7012. For show questions, call toll-free (800) 927-5007 or (203) 358-3751.

WasteExpo Floorplan

Exhibits:

Tuesday, May 18

10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Wednesday, May 19

10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Thursday, May 20

10 a.m. - 1 p.m.



Alphabetical Exhibitor Listing

For more information about an exhibiting company, please see their listing on www.wasteexpo.com.

COMPANY

BOOTH#

@Road

8105

A-1 Plastics Ltd.

8229

Accent Wire Products

7423

Accu-Trax

8207

Aceto Corp.

7944

ACS Group/Recycling & Waste Div.

7522

AERO Industries Inc.

3026

Ag-Bag Environmental

5626

AirBorn Industries Inc.

1623

AirBoss Tires

7943

Alcoa Wheel Products

3700

Al-Jon Inc.

7432

Allegheny Paper Shredders Corp.

7123

Alliance Wireless Technologies

3110

Allied Waste Industries Inc.

3016

Allison Transmission

3000

Alumatech

700

American Baler Co.

6821

American Recycler

8433

American Refuse Supply

3012

American Roll-Off/Hook-All Hooklifts

6623

American Waste Digest

3816

Ameri-Kan

5316

Ameri-Kart Corp.

8632

Amerimulch

8029

Andela Products Ltd.

8432

ARROW-MAGNOLIA Int'l

906

Artech Reduction Technologies

7344

Arthur J. Gallagher Insurance

1927

Austrian Trade Commission

905

AUTOCAR TRUCK

5511

Babaco Alarm Systems Inc.

8203

Baldwin Filters

3202

Bandit Industries Inc.

8608

Barker Products

3804

Bar's Products

3301

BASF Corp.

3920

Bayne Premium Lift Systems

5421

Bennett Controls

3311

BioCycle

5726

Biomass Energy Concepts

7745

BOMAG

7720

Bondtech Corp.

7844

Brake Pro Ltd.

3500

Bridgeport Mfg. Inc.

1400

Brunel Corp.

8125

Builtrite Handlers

3821

Bulk Handling Systems (BHS)

7129

Bulldog Caster Co. Inc.

5015

Burns & McDonnell

1926

Cardinal Scale Mfg. Co.

6921

Carlisle Motion Control Industries

6224

Carlson Software

8303

Caron Compactor Co.

7609

CartClean

8836

Cascade Engineering Inc.

7002

Castrol Heavy Duty Lubricants Inc.

2604

Caterpillar Inc. Industrial Power Sys.

8621

Caterpillar Inc.

7914

Center Capital Corp.

6323

CES-Landtec

8637

CFA Software

8104

Chalmers Suspensions Int'l. Inc.

800

ChemStation International Inc.

8124

Clean Energy

712

Clear Computing Inc.

8108

Clement Industries Inc.

2123

Coleman Tool & Mfg. Corp.

3605

Columbia Corp.

1922

Compro Systems

8307

Concrete Washout Systems Inc.

8027

Container Components

6928

Continental Biomass Industries

1407

Continental Tire North America Inc.

8403

Cover-All Building Systems

7029

CP Mfg. Inc.

6023

Cram-A-Lot/J.V. Mfg. Inc.

7606

Crane Equipment Mfg. Corp.

7023

Crewson Industries

3013

CRW Group Inc.

3818

CSI Inc.

3623

CTP/Integrated Receivable Processing

8008

Cummins Westport Inc.

4426

Del Hydraulics

3302

Delta Pacific Builders

3424

Denison Hydraulics Inc.

3604

Desert Micro

5010, 6012

Diamond Z Mfg.

7300

Diamondback Products Inc.

7124

Dixie Industries (Div. of Columbus McKinnon)

1619

Domatex Inc.

1120

Donovan Enterprises

5723

Doppstadt US

1200

Dragon Products

616

Durabac/Durapac

4022

DuraTech Industries

8714

Dynamic Decals & Graphics Inc.

6823

East Mfg. Corp.

7805

ECCO

3507

Ecolo Odor Control Sys. Worldwide

6412

Edge Mfg. Inc.

2823

EMCON/OWT Inc.

7714

Emery Winslow Scale Co.

7027

Ensign Security Inc.

3705

Enterprise Co.

7122

Enviance Inc.

3730

Enviro-Group Sales Inc.

7528

Environmental Industry Associations (EIA)

4304

Environmental Research & Education Foundation (EREF)

107

EPA Region 6 Solid Waste Team

1223

EPI Environmental Products Inc.

7539

Equipco Mfg.

4019

Erin Systems

7732

ET Environmental/Alternative Fuel Sys.

7830

Evergreen National Indemnity Co.

5018

Excel Mfg. Inc.

7026

Express Blower Inc.

1006

Express Brake Int'l

3108

E-Z Pack By Clean Earth Kentucky LLC

3226

Financial Federal Credit Inc.

4912

Five Peaks Technology

711

Fleetguard Emission Solutions

3400

Flexxaire Mfg. Inc.

2905

Flo Draulic Inc.

3005

Fontaine Modification Co.

8400

Ford Commercial Truck

2400

Freightliner Corp.

6814

Frutiger & Co.

7239

FuelMaster/Syn-Tech Systems Inc.

8107

G & H Mfg. Ltd.

2611

Geologic 3D Compaction Software

8304

Glennon Co. Inc.

7033

GLM DFW Inc. (Waste Mgmt. Svs.)

710

Global Sensor Systems Inc.

3213

Golder Associates Inc.

5215

Granutech-Saturn Systems Corp.

7941

Grey Island Systems Int'l. Inc

3501

Groeneveld CPL Systems

3703

Grote Industries

3702

Hagglunds Drives Inc.

3008

Hallco Mfg. Co. Inc.

2404

Hammel North America Inc.

7842

Hampel Corp.

1823

Hanley Wood

1822

Harmony Enterprises Inc.

1924

Harris Waste Management Group Inc.

4010

Haul-All Equipment Limited

2408

Hauler Magazine, The

3312

Heil Environmental Industries Ltd.

5800

Helac Corp.

3823

Hendrickson International

3412

Hercules Bulldog Sealing Products

1221

Hi-Rise Recycling Companies

8000

Hogzilla Tub Grinders

8041

Hoss Equipment Co.

8228

Howe-Baker Engineers Ltd.

1222

Hustler Conveyor Co./American Pulverizer Co.

8026

Hydrocontrol Inc.

3005

IBF Group

8204

ICMA

3430

ID Industries

3523

IDC Industries Inc.

8125

IESI

4004

Impact Plastics, Inc.

2024

Industrial Training Zone

2026

Info IMAGE Inc.

8205

Ingersoll-Rand Energy Systems

7716

Inland Truck Parts/Industrial Automatic Transmission

3300

Innovision Products Inc.

3201

Institute of Information Technology Inc.

8004

Intec Video Systems Inc.

5315

International Truck and Engine Corp.

2000

Intraprenuer LLC/Zeros Tech. LLC

3830

IPL Products Ltd.

1616

J&J Truck Bodies & Trailers

1421

J&M Tire International (Polar Solid)

8506

John Deere Constr. & Forestry Co.

1611

Kann Mfg. Corp.

809

Karl W. Schmidt & Associates

7743

Keith Mfg. Co.

2316

Kennametal Inc.

8127

Kim Hotstart Mfg.

3109

Kimmel & Associates

1916

King Midas Enterprise Inc.

8507

Komar Industries Inc.

6800

Komatsu America Corp.

8223

Komptech Farwick of NA

8032

Kraft Power

6923

Labrie Equipment Ltd

2005

Landfill Service Corp.

8024

Lane Recycling Machinery

8025

Leach Co./Wittke

3416

Libra Digital On-Board Scales

2926

Loadman On-Board Scales

3530

LoadMaster

1816

Mac Trailer Mfg. Inc.”

8625

Machinex Technologies

6825

Mack Trucks Inc.

6004

MADVAC Inc.

5210

Mailhot Industries

2924

MANAC

2420

Marathon Equipment Co.

1012, 1016

Marcel Equipment Ltd.

8028

Marlin Co.

3230

Martin Marietta Composites Inc.

2016

McNeilus Truck & Mfg.

4415

Mentor Engineering Inc.

8007

Metal Management Inc

7028

Metta Technologies

8926

Mettler-Toledo Inc.

7428

Michelin North America Inc.

6906

Midwest Lube Inc.

2923

Minorplanet Systems USA

8003

Mohawk Industries Inc.

2627

Morbark Inc.

6015

Mountain Tarp

2125

MSW Management Magazine

7524

Multi Bag Inc.

1717

Multi-Seal Corp.

3505

My Little Salesman Catalogs

1920

N/S Wash Systems

3502

National Fleet Products

3211

Nature's Reflections

8122

National Solid Wastes Management Association (NSWMA)

4304

NCM Marketing (Envirochem Inc.)

7430

Nedland Industries Inc.

4820

New Waste Concepts Inc.

7739

Noble Associates

5408

North American Power Co.

7032

OAKLEAF Waste Management

1718

O'Brian Mfg. Co. Inc.

1212

Ohio Magnetics Inc.

7127

OMNEX Control Systems

8736

One Plus Corp.

7526

Orion Safety Systems

2727

Orwak USA LLC

8636

Otto Industries Inc.

8037

PAK-MOR Ltd.

8414

Palfinger North America

1416

Paradigm Software Inc.

6806

Par-Kan Co.

1020

Parker Hannifin Corp.

3207

Parts Central/Heil

5420

Parts Inc.

5424

PC Scale Inc.

7845

Pemberton Inc.

8220

Perkins Mfg. Co.

3610

Perkins Pacific

3402

Permco Inc.

3509

Peterbilt Motors Co.

7600

Petersen Industries Inc.

4820

Peterson Mfg. Co.

3423

Peterson Pacific Corp.

6415

Phelps Industries Inc.

2124

Pinnacle Development Partners Inc.

8005

Pioneer Cover-All

5220

PlanA Inc.

7538

Plastopan

713

Poli-Tron Inc.

8737

Poly John Enterprises

7422

Poly-Flex Inc.

8407

PolyPortables Inc.

1617

Power Transmission Technology

7126

Powersource Transportation Inc.

6223

PPG Industries

1321

Preferred Capital Inc.

4326

Premium Roll-A-Waste Trash Carts (Diakon Molding)

1009

Proventia Automation OY

8534

PTO Ltd.

3404

R.F. Mattei & Associates

3922

Raydan Mfg. Inc.

7942

RDK Truck Sales and Service Inc.

4310, 4612, 4812

Recycle America Alliance

7024

Recycling & Composting Online

7439

Recycling Alliance of Texas

1325

Recycling Products News

8329

Recycling Today/C&D Recycling

7021

Redden Nets

8824

Rehrig Pacific Co.

7724

Reliable Transmission Service Inc.

3907

Republic Services, Inc.

5115

Reseau Environnement

4022

Resource Recycling Magazine

7230

Rice Lake Weighing Systems

2827

Rieskamp Equipment Co. Inc.

922

Roll Rite Corp.

2311

Roto Industries Inc.

2608

Rotochopper Inc.

8330

Rotonics Mfg. Inc.

1309

RouteSmart Technologies Inc.

8306

Routeware Inc.

3204

Roxford Fordell/Ace Netting

8120

Rudco Products

6212

Ryder Fleet Products

6808

Safety Vision LP

3704

Schaefer Systems Int'l Inc.

2010

Schroeder Industries LLC

3009

Schuyler Rubber Co. Inc.

8924

Screen Graphics of Florida Inc.

1209

Screen USA

7320

SCS Engineers/Field Services

6008

Sebach Inc.

8434

SEFAC

7232

Sentinel Rear View Systems

3504

SETCO Solid Tire & Rim

8020

Shaw Waste Solutions LLC

7841

Shebrooke OEM

2126

Shred-Tech

7222

Shur-Co

2927

SI Technologies

7228

Sierra International Machinery

7132

Silent Drive Suspensions

3403

Smith-Manus

8030

Soft-Pak

5016, 5508

Solid Waste & Recycling Magazine

1720

Solutions Inc.

7441

Sound Off Inc.

3701

Southwestern Sales Co.

1721

SSI Shredding Systems Inc.

3916

STC Pro Vision

3817

Steco

2825

Steinert US

7328

Stellar Industries Inc.

8409

Sterling Trucks

4604

SWANA - Solid Waste Association of North America

1917

Sy-Klone International Ltd.

8419

Synergy World Inc.

4826

Tarpomatic Inc.

7718

TCF Express Leasing Inc.

4626

Telma Inc.

3812

TEX Styles International Inc.

5126

Tex-Net, Inc./Coastal Netting Co.

7329

Tire Service Equipment Mfg. Co. Inc.

6625

Titan Trailers Inc.

2816

TMT Software Co.

8308

Toter, Inc.

6811

Trading Co. & Apollo Equipment

6112

Trailer Transit Inc.

2023

Trak n Seal

5526

Transcomp Systems Inc.

8010

Transportation Safety Apparel

5608

Travis Body & Trailer Inc.

5620

Trimble

3807

Triple Crown Products

613

Tristar Capital LLC

2824

Truck-Lite Co. Inc.

3200

Trucks & Parts

4820

TrueNorth (Verliant Inc.)

8006

Trux Route Management Systems

8103

Ty Cushion Tire

8129

UltraCart Inc.

7444

US Department of Commerce

7229

US EPA - NRMRL

1621

US EPA, ETV Program

1620

USM

5826

UTEX Environmental Services

8428

Van Dyk Baler/Bollegraaf/Lubo USA

7529

Vecoplan LLC

4015

Vermeer

7214

Volvo Construction Equipment NA Inc.

7206

Vulcan On-Board Scales

3923

WAM Software

6803

Warren & Baerg Mfg.

7438

WASTE AGE & WASTE AGE PRODUCT NEWS MAGAZINES/AMERICAN CITY& COUNTY MAGAZINE

6611

Waste Connections Inc.

6604

Waste Corp. of America

4621

Waste Handling Equipment News

7128

Waste Industries Inc.

4815

Waste Insurance Network

4009

Waste Management World

8128

Waste Management Inc.

4321

Waste News

6423

WasteBid - FleetRoute Services

8206

Waste Equipment Technology Association (WASTEC)

4304

Wastequip Inc.

5104

WasteWORKS/Carolina Software

8022

Watson & Chalin Mfg.

3607

Webb Wheel Products Inc.

3600

WEIMA America

7226

Wells Fargo Equipment Finance

7000

West Salem Machinery Co.

7326

Whelen Engineering Co.

3819

Wildcat Mfg.

1820

William-Thomas Group, A Division of Rumpke of Ohio

1928

Wilson Bohannan

8230

WMAA - KDL Products Australia

8406

World's Best Wear Parts Inc.

7426

XL Environmental Inc.

1923

Zarn LLC

8200



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