Full Line of Compactors for Rent or Sale

We offer a wide range of compactor brands and configuration options for both purchase and rental, enabling us to design the perfect solution to suit your business needs. Our inventory of new and reconditioned compactors are designed to handle a variety of waste streams, including dry and wet waste, recyclables, space-restricted areas, and specialty disposal circumstances.

Stationary Compactors

Our stationary compactors, also known as breakaway compactors, are ideal for commercial and industrial sites that deal with large volumes of dry, compactible materials. These units offer maximum compaction capabilities, which means less hauling trips to save you money.

  • Used mostly commonly for dry waste and cardboard applications
  • Convenient and efficient for large sites looking for maximum compaction

The best feature of this compactor is right there in the name — self-contained compactors do an excellent job of containing all waste within the container, and not allowing any leakage to spill out.

Self-Contained Compactors 

The best feature of this compactor is right there in the name — self-contained compactors do an excellent job of containing all waste within the container, and not allowing any leakage to spill out.

This is critical in applications where there is wet waste to be disposed of, which is most commonly food waste.

  • Unit and container designed as single system
  • Effectively contains all waste so there is no leakage
  • Used for both wet and dry waste, but most commonly in applications with wet waste

Commonly used for businesses in food distribution, restaurants, and grocery stories, but also in multi-family settings, office buildings and property management

Apartment Compactors

Apartment compactors are powerful machines designed to fit into trash rooms with limited space. The compactor itself attaches to a front load or rear load container, and the chute-style feeder allows the compactor to be used in trash areas with limited space.

These units are perfect for high-rise apartments, hotels, hospitals, office buildings and anywhere else where space is a premium.

  • Route all consumer garbage through chute systems for convenience and efficiency
  • Small, but powerful unit is ideal for trash areas with limited space
  • Attaches to a 2- or 3-yd front or rear load container

Front Load & Rear Load Compactors

Commonly referred to as VIP (Vert-I-Pack) compactors, front load and rear load compactors are two types of trash compactors that are designed with containers specially built for front load and rear load garbage trucks.

These uniquely designed compactors are ideal for small spaces and are commonly found in commercial settings, such as restaurants, shopping malls, and warehouses where space is at a premium.

  • Vertical compaction allows for a smaller unit footprint, ideal for small spaces
  • Front Load: door on the front that opens outward for easy loading
  • Rear Load: door on the back that opens upward, allowing for easier access to larger items


Industrial pre-crushers are heavy-duty machines designed to reduce the volume of bulky and difficult to handle waste. Pre-crushers are ideal for reducing trash volume before it is compacted into a trash container, making them an efficient and cost-effective solution for waste disposal.

They are particularly useful in industrial settings such as warehouses, manufacturing facilities, product returns centers, and other areas where large volumes of waste must be managed on a regular basis.

  • Reducing the amount of space needed for waste storage
  • Maximizes load weights and compactor container space
  • Ideally suited for crushing drums, pallets, furniture, or white goods, and more

Compactor Containers

Industrial compactor containers are designed to compact refuse into the detachable container at the site of generation, making them ideal for dry waste and retail, industrial and warehouse uses.

These roll-off containers are easily detached from the compaction system and loaded onto a roll-off truck for waste disposal.

  • Heavy-duty design withstands abuse in industrial settings, and ensures strength and longevity
  • Simple detach process from the compactor
  • Easily loaded onto a roll-off truck for waste disposal

Stationary Auger Compactors

Stationary auger compactors are an ideal waste management solution for commercial and industrial applications where there are large volumes of dry waste such as paper, cardboard, pallets, furniture, and more.

The compaction ratio is up to 60% higher than other types of compaction equipment, meaning you can fit more into a single container.

  • Less hauling trips thanks to an efficient compaction operation
  • Ideal for tough applications such as pallets, cardboard, waste paper and more

Self-Contained Auger Compactors

These powerful and efficient machines feature a short rear dimension for dock or rear feeding, and are self-contained so there is no leakage with wet waste.

The auger-style compaction works well on small- to medium-sized waste, and keeps waste continually moving forward.

  • Easy to use and maintenance-friendly
  • Ideal for wet waste such as medical or food waste
  • Doubles the amount of waste compared to stationary or self-contained compactors
  • Always moves material forward
  • Permanently welded together unit with Auger Compactor and Receiver Bin

Transfer System Compactors

Ideal for county and municipal solid waste collection centers, transfer station compactors are a great way to reduce the amount of waste that needs to be transported.

These machines can process up to 90 tons of material per hour and compact it into smaller, more manageable sizes.

  • Process up to 90 tons of material per hour
  • More efficient transportation and storage of materials
  • Best used in large-scale waste management operations
  • Ideal for situations where large amounts of material need to be processed quickly and efficiently

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