Recycle. Repurpose. Results.
Four vendors named to Recycling and Repurposing Equipment category
With tighter regulations to divert green waste from landfills, government entities are proactively processing this waste to be utilized in composting and mulch materials. This category provides the large compost turners, trommel screens, tub grinders, and horizontal grinders used in these processing functions.
Move from maples to mulch with the help of grinders, chippers, and other equipment offered on contract through Sourcewell.
Four vendors have earned contracts in the Recycling and Repurposing Equipment category, adding to Sourcewell’s diverse line of options and solutions.
Sourcewell Contract Administration Supervisor Andy Campbell says each of the contracts in this category is designed to help members carry out their sustainability initiatives.
“With tighter regulations to divert green waste from landfills, government entities are proactively processing this waste to be utilized in composting and mulch materials,” Campbell explains. “This category provides the large compost turners, trommel screens, tub grinders, and horizontal grinders used in these processing functions.”
Sourcewell (formerly NJPA), a cooperative purchasing organization, awarded these contracts following a competitive solicitation process:
Bandit Industries – Stump grinders, skid steer attachments, forestry mowers, whole tree chippers, hand-fed chippers, track carriers with stump grinder or forestry mower attachments, beast recyclers
Komptech – Low speed/high torque single shaft shredders and dual shaft shredders, hybrid power star and trommel screens, hydraulic trommel screens, straddle-type window turners, hybrid power stone and light material separators.
Morbark – Wood processing equipment, mowers and turf equipment, landscape equipment.
Vermeer – Trommel screens, grinders, compost turners, tree chippers, forestry mulchers.
Effective July 15, 2019, these contracts are available to all Sourcewell members throughout the United States and Canada. Purchasers from public entities save time and money by streamlining the procurement process with cooperative purchasing.
Sourcewell (formerly National Joint Powers Alliance) is a self-supporting government organization, partnering with education, government, and nonprofits to boost student and community success. Created in 1978 as one of Minnesota’s nine service cooperatives, we offer training and shared services to our central-Minnesota members. Throughout North America, we offer a cooperative purchasing program with more than 325 awarded vendors on contract. Sourcewell is driven by service and the ability to strategically reinvest in member communities.