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Otto Receives Export Excellence Award

Otto’s Director of Export Sales Travis Dowell receives an Export Excellence Award for sales performance in 2014-2015. Pictured from left to right: Wayne King, Deputy Chief of Staff for Congressman Mark Meadows, Robin Ramsey, Field Representative for Senator Richard Burr’s Office, Travis Dowell of Otto Environmental Systems North America, Inc., and Wayne Cooper, Honorary Consul for Mexico and Chairman of the North Carolina DEC (District Export Council).

Otto Environmental Systems North America, Inc. (OESNA) was recently presented with an Export Achievement certificate from the North Carolina Export Council (NCDEC) for 2014-2015 export sales performance. OESNA Director of International Sales Travis Dowell received the award. The NCDEC contributes to international trade expertise to complement the U.S. Commercial Service’s export promotion efforts through export business counseling and trade education. Nominees for this award are thoroughly reviewed to ensure strict criteria is met. Certificates are presented in ceremonies that include U.S. Department of Commerce officials and local elected officials.

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Otto appoints Nathanson as Director of Customer Care

Barry Nathanson LCB, CCS

Otto Environmental Systems North America, Inc. is pleased to announce that Barry Nathanson has joined the company as Director of Customer Care. Nathanson will oversee all customer service functions, including order processing and customer issue response. In addition, he will be responsible for logistics and warehouse oversight, as well as act as the subject matter expert regarding all issues related to import/export compliance in support of Otto’s international sales and sourcing functions.

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Split cart for dual stream automated collection

Split cart for dual stream automated collection

The Otto Split Cart is a dual stream cart for automated collection systems, and is separated in two halves by an inner plastic divider, with a separate lid for each stream. Collection trucks are designed with two hoppers, to keep the contents from being contaminated with each other. Cost savings for a municipality or hauler is realized in both collection and processing, as this dual sort system allows for quicker truck cycle times and less sorting at the facility. Hotstamping or in-mould labels instruct the resident what type of refuse or recycla-bles go in each side of the container. Units are available in 64 and 96 gallon sizes, and in various colours.

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Plastic containers provide alternative to steel

Plastic containers provide alternative to steel

Otto Environmental Systems North America, Inc.(OESNA) recently announced the launch of its Momentum series of rotationally moulded plastic commercial containers. The new series is part of a manufacturing and sales/distribution agreement between OESNA and Waste & Recycling Plastic Containers, an experienced container manufacturer out of Arizona.

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Recycling cans

Recycling cans

Otto VersaCans come in 20 gallon, 25 gallon and 32 gallon capacities to fit the recycling needs of many communities and offices. The optional lid can be ordered with or without a beverage hole to promote bottle and can recycling, and for outdoor use, drainage holes in the bottom of the container ensure that water won’t collect inside. Units are available in eight different col-ours to coordinate and complement current collection programs. The containers come with a recycling imprint, or can be imprinted with a custom logo.

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Bear-resistant carts

Bear-resistant carts

Otto BearSaver bear-resistant carts are designed for regions that have problems with animals getting into waste and recycling containers. Available in 120-, 260- and 360-litre roll-out carts, units have been extensively tested for durability and have been certified as Grizzly Bear Resistant. Lighter strengths are available for less forceful animals such as black bears, coyotes and raccoons.

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