Newstripe’s line of waste compacting equipment, container crushing machines and aerosol can disposal systems are the ideal solutions to reduce waste volume and increase recycling revenues for any operation. they will save you money by eliminating hazardous material disposal , increase your income from selling recycable materials and reduce the number of required trash pick-ups.
The AeroVent aerosol can disposal systems by Newstripe will quickly pay for themselves by reducing the cost of hazardous waste disposal. The AeroVent 1 and AeroVent 3 are quickly and easily installed on standard 30 or 55-gallon waste containers and include an activated carbon filter to capture escaping vapors. Simultaneously puncture and drain aerosol cans with one easy step, making them the fastest manually operated aerosol can disposal system available. Increase operator safety with our AeroVentilator positive pressure filtration system to efficiently draw liquids and fumes away from the operator while processing aerosol cans for disposal. The AeroVent aerosol can disposal systems and the AeroVentilator positive pressure filtration system are the ideal solution to reduce waste volume, increase recycling revenues, and provide increased operator safety for any operation.
Newstripe’sPack-Master waste handling equipment is the easy way to reduce waste volume and associated cost of disposal. Designed for simple, safe operation, Newstripe’s compactors and crushers develop exceptional compaction forces using mechanical advantage and conventional power sources. Durable heavy duty construction insures dependable operation and years of service.
The Big Squeeze™ container crusher reduces the hazardous disposal cost of empty containers. Newstripe’sBig Squeeze™ container crusher reduces the volume of empty containers by up to 75%.
Automotive oil filters, one-gallon cans and five-gallon metal pails are quickly and easily crushed using standard shop air. Excess fluids drain to a separate container allowing collected liquids to be disposed of while filters and containers can be sent out as scrap metal.