The greatest success stories are told by our customers. Read what kind of challenges they have had before finding a solution from our landfill compactors.
he Coastal Environmental Partnership, CEP, is a regional solid waste authority that provides various waste management services. When looking for a new landfill compactor last year, CEP’s staff members found out about the Finnish company Tana Oy.
The key advantages are cost-efficiency and safety. The TANA landfill compactors used by the CEP consume less fuel compared to other machines. Operability and ergonomics enables the drivers to get a better view which improves landfill safety and helps in daily routines.> Read the whole story and watch a video
At one of Sweden’s biggest waste treatment facilities in Häradsudden, run by Ragn-Sells, a TANA E260 Eco landfill compactor is used for more untraditional purpose: crushing construction and demolition waste (C&D waste).
The compaction force of a twin drum design landfill compactor is unparalleled. The crushing is so efficient that the required fraction size is achieved with just a few passes of the landfill compactor. This results in savings in operation costs, and there is no need to purchase or rent expensive shredders.> Read the whole story and watch a video
Landfill operators want to achieve the best possible compaction rate with the least possible costs. This was the case for Sogliano Ambiente in Italy who chose Tana compactors for their landfills. They now operate four Tana compactors and the results both in compaction and costs have been impressive.
Sogliano Ambiente has achieved an excellent compaction rate of 1,14 tons/m3 and expects to improve this further.
In Belvedere landfill TANA E520 was tested against 3 tonne heavier Bomag BC 1172. In the test, ran by an independent surveyor, TANA gained 15 % better compaction with 12 % less fuel consumption. These numbers transform into 3 more years of business at the landfill with annual saves of 42,000 euros on fuel.
Continue reading how Tana’s guarantee of a minimum of 10 % better compaction guarantee was fulfilled.
City of Kelowna, Canada, purchased a TANA E520 landfill compactor for increasing the efficiency of their operations. Total of 20-25% better compaction has been reported to having been achieved with the new TANA compactor over the previous four-wheel compactor.
The city is now looking forward for an extra 12-15 years of revenues, which could mean up to CAD 180 million dollars more.