CRE Developers need Architects who are knowledgeable about compactor pad site specifications and design. Most compactor pad sites are designed too small and, therefore, cannot support industrial and commercial compactor sizes that match the property’s waste generation rates.
Poor upfront planning results in trash overflowing daily and increased truck traffic. Increased truck traffic creates daily trucking dependence and excessive production of CO2 gases. All of these factors contribute to visual, noise, and odor pollution. They may also create a negative experience for retail visitors.
Inadequate Compactor Pad Sites are responsible for:
- Daily Over-Flowing Trash and Recycling Materials
- Increased Odors and Residual Leakage
- Excessive Truck Traffic and Disruption of Retail Selling
- Noise Disturbances from Banging Containers
- Abnormal Wear and Tear of Driving Surfaces
- Production of CO2 resulting from Excessive Trips to the Property
- Higher Collection and Housekeeping Costs
Compactor Pad Site specifications and design require operational knowledge of the many different types of waste systems and collection equipment required to service the installed system. Knowledge of clearances around, above, below and between the installed waste system is an integral part of determining the type of equipment that is required.
Installing a waste system for new construction or an existing property that addresses all of your waste storage and collection needs requires expert advice. TOG has over 50 years of experience in the design, build, and application of waste handling equipment, and has been helping architects, CRE developers and property owners determine the appropriate size of the compactor pad site and certify the integration of the correct waste system. TOG will also help you determine the method of storage and hauler serviceability to help you maintain economic sustainability.
Contact us today for a no obligation, free consultation of your waste and recycling needs?