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compact

(kŏm′păkt)
Closely and tightly packed together; solid.
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'KDEBWB has spent RM23 million on domestic garbage collection and the purchase of 59 compactor trucks, and RM15 million on public cleaning services in Kajang area,' Amirudin said.
Bianco is the only manufacturer that offers a fully integrated Made in BiancoA(r) line: from centering, through weft straighteners and tenters to compactors and packing line output after non-stop winding unit.
Abhijit Gupta, brand leader for Case CE India, stated: "These achievements are testament to the popularity of Case vibratory compactors in India.
According to an MCD official, " The cost of each compactor is around Rs 40 lakh.
OnePlus' remote monitoring solutions are designed for compactor units, while SmartBin's sensors are used in smaller bins and receptacles for items such as textiles and liquid waste.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global trash compactor market for 2016-2020.
After finding and bending the stainless steel to fit the cabinet of the trash compactor, I needed to purchase food safe silicone and hardware to fasten the pieces together.
The Hoover Multi-Purpose Compactor saves considerable time for its users by combining the utility of a compactor and shredder.
Gutheridge was alive, but in just about the same condition as if he'd fallen only one story and the compactor had been, you know, compacting.
Applications for the plate compactor attachment include compacting trenches, footings and slab areas.
ML Sepakat, a company founded in Johor Bahru in 1989 to undertake land preparation, drainage, highways and waterworks projects, has in the past two years invested in 10 Dynapac CA250D single-drum vibratory rollers, with the objective of converting its entire compactor fleet to Dynapac machines.