Why Experience Matters When Building a Transfer Station

By Jeff Eriks, Cambridge Companies I hear it all the time:I will get an architect to design my transfer station, and then it will be easy to find anyone to build it. I’m here to tell you it’s not that simple. Some people think these facilities are just concrete and...

Rebuilding After a Natural Disaster

By Evan Williams, Cambridge Companies September 30, 2019   Developing a plan before a disaster hits ensures that you can resume operations as soon as possible. Natural disasters—such as floods, tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires, etc.—will damage any...

Action and Reaction

By Daniel P. Duffy, P.E. August 1, 2019   Transfer Station Operations and Equipment Transfer stations are the connection nodes in a system of hauling routes. Like the branches of a tree or its root system, smaller haul lines converge onto sizeable hauling routes...

Upgrading your MRF: What to Consider Before Starting the Process

By Jeff Eriks, Cambridge Companies July 1, 2019   Upgrading your MRF is serious business and requires a lot of planning and thought before beginning the actual upgrade process. The first thing to begin any facility upgrade is a complete evaluation of the need. Why do...

Minimizing Impacts from Transfer Stations and MRF Operations

By Evan Williams, Cambridge Companies May 1, 2019   Transfer Stations and Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs) serve needed functions to the greater community. They serve as a means to more efficiently transport Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) for disposal and recover...
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