Toter has introduced two new carts to its full line of organics carts, containers and bins, designed specifically for commercial applications. The new carts include a 32-gallon organics caster cart and a 32-gallon organics two-wheel cart, both featuring rotationally molded lids and combining strength and maneuverability. According to Toter, the new carts were developed in response to customer demand for a broader range of organics options for commercial use.
Toter has redesigned its front end loader (FEL) product line to reflect growing industry demand for heavy-duty, user-friendly alternatives to steel loaders. Adding to the revamped line-up of 2, 3 and 4 cubic yard containers, Toter has introduced a new 1 cubic yard size.
Toter has launched a new 32-gallon medical waste cart. Biohazard-compatible and suitable for use in a wide range of medical facilities, from offices and ambulatory care facilities to surgical centers and hospitals, the new cart was developed in response to customer demand for a smaller, more maneuverable cart.
Toter has introduced a new 32-gallon organics cart, designed specifically to withstand the added burden of collecting heavy, wet organic waste. Built with a molded, sealed stop-bar that prevents leakage and manufactured with an Advanced Rotational Molding process, Toter's 32-gallon organics cart provides superior product durability for long life.
While curbside collection carts may appear uncomplicated by nature, they have evolved significantly over the last decade. This is in large part due to the rise of automated systems and the rapid expansion of curbside collection programs around Canada and the U.S. It also has to do with the evolving range of materials collected at the curb, including organics. Curbside collection carts (aka rollout carts) have become easier to handle for residential users, more lightweight yet more durable, as well as more visually appealing and better at keeping out vectors. Sophisticated RFID (radio-frequency identification) and tracking technologies incorporated into carts can also now help cities, waste management companies and haulers manage their carts and their customers. All of this has changed the way the collection industry operates and the way carts for the collection of waste, recyclables and organics are designed.
Toter, a Wastequip brand and leading manufacturer of two-wheel carts for curbside collection of waste, recycling, and organics, has added to its line of products for organics collection with the addition of 2-gallon and 13-gallon organics containers.
Toter, a Wastequip brand, and one of North America's leading manufacturers of two-wheel carts for curbside collection of waste, recycling, and organics, has recently launched a new line of waste management convenience products, including cart liners and PowerFresh odor-eliminating fragrance pods and refills for trash cans and carts. These products are designed to make trash storage, handling and disposal more convenient and less unpleasant.
As part of its continuing efforts to provide customers with the tools and information they need to demonstrate the value and benefits of smarter waste cart purchasing, Toter has added a new sustainability calculator to its website. The new calculator helps customers and prospects, including municipalities, quantify the environmental benefits of buying Toter carts. The simple calculator, found at www.toter.com/about/sustainability/sustainability-calculator, allows users to enter the number of carts they need to purchase and breaks down sustainability gains in several categories, including: plastic savings, benefits from the longer average service life of Toter carts and cart delivery savings.
Toter, a Wastequip brand, and a leading manufacturer of two-wheel carts for curbside collection of waste, recycling, and organics, has announced the launch of DuraLatch. This simple-to-use latch stands up to rain, wind gusts up to 65 mph, pesky critters and the day-to-day abuse of curbside waste collection. Fully compatible with automated waste collection trucks, DuraLatch features gravity-based functionality, meaning the lid opens automatically when the garbage truck tips and empties the cart. It then latches when the cart is set back down on the curb. DuraLatch not only meets the collector’s need for automatic opening at dumping, but is also user-friendly, allowing the lid to be opened with just one finger. An audible “click” lets users know when the lid is securely shut.