Holy Trinity Parochial School is No More

001.-Grapple-eqioped-345-Excavator-loading-80-cu.-yd.-Kruz-trailer1by Joe Parzych

The Holy Trinity Parochial School in Greenfield, MA, has had its day in the sun. Built in 1929 by General Contractor George Reed of Greenfield, the school opened in 1930. Armando Bresciano, now 97, was one of the first students to enroll. Mr. Bresciano’s mind is sharp, despite his years, and he recalled many details of the school. He was even able to spell all the names, only having trouble with his uncle’s last name. [Read more…]

New products highlighted at the Waste Expo 2015 in Las Vegas

0011by Jon M. Casey
While there were a number of new products introduced at the Waste Expo 2015 held June 2-4 in Las Vegas, NV, three items stood out among the others when it comes to recycling wood and green waste. Two of these, the new Rotochopper HTS-2 dual shaft shredder and the Doppstadt Splitter® were on display at this year’s show, while the third, the Komptech Hurrifex combination stone and wind sifter, was not available at the time of the show due to previous demonstration commitments elsewhere. Together however, these three new products will give recyclers something to consider when it comes to improving their operations in the coming months. [Read more…]