Waste Management Solutions

Waste Management Technologies

TRAINING & SUPPORT
Can Engineering guarantees to provide ongoing training and support via our fully trained team of sales consultants across the state. Our training programs are tailored to suit your needs.
SERVICE GUARANTEE
Our Full Service Guarantee ensures your equipment continues to produce outstanding results throughout its working life. A well maintained machine provides reliability and safety for both staff and the business.
FREE SERVICES
Enjoy the benefit of having one of our experienced consultants visit your premises and provide all the services even after the deal & you can maximize your recycling potential and utilize our services.
COST SAVINGS
Achieve up to 80% cost savings for your business by sorting, compacting and recycling your waste – Reduce number of bins or skips. – Reduce number of lifts. – Improve use of staff time & create cleaner working environment.
BECOME A RECYCLING CHAMPION
Waste Management Solutions will not only simplify the process, but could also make you a profit. As well as being much easier to separate your waste, we can help reduce the number of bin or skip collections you need and ultimately, lower your disposal costs.

About Waste Management

Archeological evidence said that humans had a way of managing their waste even before landfills and incinerators were developed. In many archeological sites, dumping pits were discovered where early people were believed to throw in their waste. In the course of history, waste regulations were enacted. This suggests that waste management is not a modern principle but in fact a natural response to existence.

Humans naturally know what to do with their waste as evidenced by the instituted waste management systems in the pre-modern and modern forms. However, along with global industrialization and population explosion, waste production blew out of proportion, endangering the environment and threatening humans and other living things. With the environmental issues raised here and there, there seems to be a need to remind humans of the importance of waste management.