by Brianna Crandall — August 28, 2017 — Innovative Phoenix-based design and engineering company EZ Dump Commercial just announced it will introduce a new SmartcanMax Recycle receptacle at the ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America 2017 trade show in Las Vegas September 11-14 in booth 930.
The new SmartcanMax Recycle receptacle features a blue color with a permanent Mold In Graphics recycle symbol and text to clearly distinguish it from other receptacles and waste stream containers. It will function in the same manner as the other ISSA Innovation Award-winning SmartcanMax receptacles, eliminating the struggle associated with bag liner removal and potential injury for end-users.
Kiran “Raj” RajBhandary, CEO of EZ Dump Commercial, commented:
User-centric solutions are what we pride ourselves on, and we look forward to introducing the latest SmartcanMax Recycle at ISSA/INTERCLEAN. Our focus on safety, ease of use, and durability is resonating with marketplaces. More companies, schools and municipalities capture additional waste streams as part of their sustainability programs, and we are responding to their requests to offer our revolutionary receptacle SmartcanMax specifically for recyclables. Listening to our customers is key — our goal is to provide the safest solutions possible in the receptacle category.
Engineered to solve a vexing problem, EZ Dump Commercial’s SmartcanMax Recycle receptacle seeks to eliminate the struggle and injuries associated with bag removal of recyclables from traditional cans. When the SmartcanMax Recycle user steps on a foot release pedal, it eliminates suction and vacuum completely, allowing the user to remove the can off the trash bag. The user can then get in a safe, ergonomically neutral position and remove the bag, using two hands at all times.
Designed to meet the waste receptacle needs of the education, commercial/industrial and healthcare markets, the SmartcanMax receptacles are one hundred percent recyclable, manufactured with sustainable and recycled materials, and proudly Made in the USA.