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Regent's Underground 660Ls

In this one we head underground again beneath a building in Kent St near the town hall. With this job there are four 660L cardboard bins to service, but you can't exactly use the lifter. You'll see the bins are situated in a room off an elevated dock and there's no ramp available to take the bins down to the truck. So the only option is to hand unload, otherwise drop them on the side and push them into the hopper like shown in the video. We also get a different angle showing the packer in action, a quick look at the truck and then a shot at the end of some city nightlife. Hope you enjoy some more action from below the CBD.


 


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World Tower Underground (Bales + 660L)
I took a Friday off work and went out with one of the mates during his Thursday night run. We left the yard at 9pm and did a little loop through Ku-Ring-Gai and Ryde before heading into the Sydney CBD, then tipped off at Visy and finished up at 7am. I was tagging along on a Watts Waste cardboard recycling run which involved a white single axle Heil / Isuzu, previously belonging to PK Management before the company went bust. I'd wanted to do a full night shift for a while and finally got the opportunity, which turned out to be an awesome experience, especially being able to cruise through central Sydney. I love the darkness, flashing lights, quiet streets and roaring trucks when it comes to the night shift, but being in the city is just as awesome with all the high rise residential and commercial buildings. When you go through the CBD at ground level on the main streets you don't see much apart from some 240L bins belonging to small businesses. The back lanes are where a lot of action happens, but the serious deal is found underground, which is something I love about CBD waste collections. This night was the first time I got to go down below the busy streets and madness, with this video giving you a look at the first dock I got to see. There was plenty down there, especially those 1100Ls you get a look at on the left and then the group of 1.5m containers at the end of the first clip. All we were getting down there was a 660L and a single bale, but we threw a few extras on from another spot, so there's some sweet footage of bales getting packed by this little rear loader. We also checked out the bin room which all those loaded 1.5m bins came from - just wish I got a closer look at the compactors they get hooked up to. A Hino rear loader joined us down below during the video too, which tackled all those 1100L bins by utilising the same method shown in one of the other videos I posted of this truck.. Also hearing that Hino thunder through the dock made me wonder what an Acco would sound like :P I saw a few other trucks out and about including two Scania rear loaders belonging to Sita and Cleanaway, then also a handful of smaller trucks belonging to Dimeo, Eco Sense and Veolia. There are so many videos I want to get from the city with a very different setting down in those docks, then all the trucks that pass through intrigue me even more! I hope you guys enjoy this footage, look out for more of this little Isuzu and other Watts Waste machines. One mistake I made on that night was not getting rest beforehand... I ended up being awake for 37 hours before I got to sleep on Friday night! haha





City of Kingston Dept. of Public Works Leach Alpha Truck 11
Monday Trash Collection N. Wilbur Ave and Pine St. Crews "Scooter" and "Shady" feed Truck 11 with trash, some wood, rugs and unwanted toys. Truck 8 can also be seen in action. Truck 8 got a funky route so I don't chase this truck.





Veolia Trade Waste Collection
Once again I'm due for a rear loader upload and have noticed it's been a while since I last shared something of a Compaction Systems unit. So I went through what I have available and chose this video! This is another upload based on commercial and industrial collections, or "trade waste" as it is also known, but for a change we have a Veolia truck featured for the first time, at least since that video from ages ago of one of their new Isuzus. Back when I did night shift, sometimes I motivated myself to go out after work into the daytime and video some garbage trucks... instead of sleeping and lazying around at home. On three different Monday mornings I pushed through into daylight hours and detoured to the Manly area, where I joined a mate doing his rear loader run with truck #20359, which may well have worked in the previous City of Sydney contract. Basically all this footage was taken on the beach side of Manly in the loading zone of Henrietta Lane, which was once a popular spot for me videoing the Manly Council trucks. You will see Veolia has some good four-wheeled bin work in this little spot, which includes shops, pubs and hotels... plenty of garbage comes out of here! A fun fact; you can't really service Manly in the middle of the night due to lots of daytime restrictions - quite an inconvenience. I achieved a bit of tripod action around the beginning for some neat recording, but most was handheld videoing. I also edited off most of the slow parts without trying to take away the full experience of the job, but I understand some sections may still get boring... personally I enjoy the last 4mins or so the most. Also a unique sound to this truck compared to what I've heard in the past, not that it doesn't sound good! Cheers to the operator and hope you enjoy!





Summer Break 2011: J&J Refuse GMC Moving Van
Today I was going to film the J&J mini packer at my grandma's house again, only to find out it was broke down. They don't have a back up truck and evidentally the city contract will not let them service this one-lane private road with a full size truck, they decied to rent a moving van to collect with. Enjoy this unusual footage!





Republic Services: Bulk Trash (Part 1)
Here in the unincorporated community of Dreaming Summit near Luke AFB, where many of the residents work. This is by far one of the most friendly communities I've ever been in, all of the videos of this Sterling were filmed in a gated part of the community and even then all the residents who saw what I was doing simply smiled and said they hoped it turned out well. It really makes a difference filming in a friendly community where the residents don't jump to conclusions and end up calling the police on you. Anyway, the HOA contracts with Republic Services for weekly trash & recycling plus monthly collections of bulky waste. From what I could tell, trash and recycling is collected by MRU Autoreaches and two bulk trash crews (this Sterling and a Volvo you'll see in a later video). Republic is certainly making a difficult job even harder for their employees by not giving their crews a tractor (like a Kubota, which many municipal crews receive) to a assist loading the hopper. This neighborhood generates a ton of greens that take a good amount of time to load by hand which could be scooped up fairly quickly with a Kubota. I know two people loading trash in the hopper isn't usually the most exciting thing to watch, so I filmed loading as little as possible and focused far more on the packing cycles, especially in the later parts to save battery (which still overheated and died...) and SD card space. As always, please remember to comment! I really appreciate the kind words... Thanks to the friendly crew for allowing me to film your truck! Hope your sons enjoy the video :) Thanks for watching and remember to leave a comment! **Quick disclaimer for Republic Services management, if you happen on this video or any of my videos of your company, they should NEVER be used to discipline or terminate employees, but rather should be used for educating them on what they did wrong.**





Old Blue Mountains Clean-Up Truck
Back in June 2011 I returned to the Blue Mountains early on a Monday morning to capture more footage of the trucks and to get a bit of an update on what was being used up there. There was no surprise seeing one of the massive JJ Richards recycling trucks in Glenbrook, but I also came across one of the smaller recycling trucks in Blaxland during the late morning. The first truck I videoed early in the darkness was the only new garbage truck in the council fleet at the time, another MJ / Acco with a different paint scheme. After this I was surprised to find one of the old Garpac side loaders still on litter bins, but I coincidently found out that a brand new Garwood was sitting in the works depot as a replacement for that particular Garpac. After all this I also caught up with one of the existing garbage trucks during the early afternoon. However, between all this I had a main priority which was to catch the clean-up trucks on video. The first time I was there I discovered the old Formula 5000 they used on clean-up and was told about the Scania, and at 7am on this Monday I came across this old rear loader. It turned out the old International / Heil was sitting in the workshop, so I got to video the old MacDonald Johnston (E-Z Pack) instead. Nothing really much to say, but you'll notice this truck is very old and battered... I was almost certain the council would have upgraded by then. Here you get a brief driving shot and a view of the packer handling a couple of sofas.





Heil Rapid Rail--Packer in Action Pt. 3
Hopper stayed full a lot of the time in this one. Makes it better watching...enjoy! Trash footage is available here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vb_3oSgwDg0





KMC Clean-Up
I was told by a driver that the clean-up guys probably wouldn't be out because that Monday was a public holiday. However, after sighting the paper truck again, I noticed this truck driving towards me. The guys were cool with the filming, so I followed them around for a while until they stopped beside two decent piles I'd seen earlier. I also recognised this truck after hearing it rev and see its body size, so I went to the front of the truck and saw #328; one of the old Warringah vegetation trucks. Please rate, comment and hope you enjoy! Body Make: Compaction Systems (now Superior Pak) Model: 25m Maxi Pak Chassis: Iveco Acco Council: Ku-Ring-Gai Municipal Contractor: Veolia Environmental Services Collection Type: Clean-Up / Bulk-Waste





Republic Services: EZ Pack Hercules on Underground Recycling
Approximately 10 miles past the point where you're pretty sure you're completely freaking lost, lies the isolated community of Sun City Festival. The community was annexed by Buckeye (the rest of the town is about 30 miles south) and therefore receives trash, recycling, green waste, and bulk collection by Republic Services. As do the rest of the Sun Cities, Festival utilizes underground trash containers. This community is significantly newer than the rest, so there's an additional container buried underground used for recyclables. The purpose of this system is to keep the streets looking neat by never having the containers hit the curb to be left out for hours. Quite frankly, it works quite well, with the few exceptions of residents who exceed the limited capacity and are forced to store and stack extras around the containers. Twice a week, two Republic Services crews make the rounds around the community, the first pickup of the week being for trash, and the second for recyclables. The week this was filmed, Buckeye was receiving its first quarterly manual greens collection. Being that this yard only has three rear loaders, the regular truck for this route (Volvo / McNeilus RL) was needed for green waste. For these situations, Republic simply keeps around this random carry can. This time around, an ex US-Waste EZ Pack got to carry it around all day. So this was definitely a lucky catch being that its only used a few times per year (when Buckeye has its quarterly bulk collection, and now twice as much with their new green waste program). This community is serviced on either a Mon/Thu or Tue/Fri schedule, depending on which side of the main road you live on, so Republic always schedules bulk for its HOAs on Wednesdays, ensuring there's always trucks available. Hope you enjoy this rare catch (first carry can and first EZ Pack for me!) and please remember to comment!





The New Truck
This was the new truck that became part of the Manly Waste fleet during the middle of 2008. The previous trade waste truck they had was being used for double shifts 7 days a week, so the time came where they needed a new machine. I really like this new Heil; it has an awesome sound coming from the engine and it's pretty fast too. One thing I like about the new Heils is how the spill shield becomes fully vertical when it's raised, rather than other makes which maintain a curve, trapping the garbage. Just like the other 4000s in the fleet, this one comes with the drum winch and Binksie Services' simple comb lifter to handle the range of containers on the trade waste run. I hope you enjoy the action in this compilation, all ratings and comments are greatly appreciated, be sure to check out the other videos of this truck. Body Make: HEIL Environmental Industries Model: 23m Formula 4000 Chassis: Iveco Acco Contractor: Manly Waste Collection Type: Mixed Commercial Waste





Recycling the Go Green packer
Created on June 14, 2011 using FlipShare.I told the driver that Green frog was in the hopper.lol and he got recycled.





Backup Requested - Part 4/4: Humberto, Jeremy, and Jim G
The final segment of this episode features Humberto from the Concrete department, working with Brian in the Harbor View Knolls area. A foosball table ends up crushed to pieces in the second clip of that portion of video, for those of you who enjoy watching bulk waste collected with a rear loader. Afterward, you'll see 5025 with Chris the temp, and Jeremy from the Asphalt crew. I am only guessing that he works in asphalt judging by the boots he's wearing. Most of the Asphalt and other street crews wear those same kind of boots. Jeff L is behind the wheel, and you'll see them all knocking out the "Cul-De-Sac Run" in the Harbor View neighborhood. Finally, Jim G is back again. This time on a Superpacker with Art. This had been the first time in weeks that I had seen Art, since he was running the transfer station for a while. You'll see the two finishing up the last stretch of stops of the day in the 4th Quarter. Comment, rate, and enjoy. Also note that you'll see more special guests later on in this season. Very likely in the next episode. Cast slideshow song: Rich Homie Quan - "Type of Way" (Instrumental) Filmed on January 24th, 2014 with a Sony DSC-HX50V Filmed in Harbor View, Newport Beach, CA © 2014 Sanitation94 Videos





4th Of July Hopper Footage - Monday Pt. 3
Part 3 is a fun one, lots of bulk and odd items. You'll notice that soccer magnet that held on for this entire series finally falls off around 8:30. At 13:39 the truck is just as pissed off as I am at the bag that stuck in the can and sounds badass when it takes off. Enjoy.





Warringah Clean-Up Pt 1 (Truck #123 / Dirty Residents)
I took these videos one Tuesday after school while all the trucks were out trying to get the rest of my area finished. In this video we have truck 123 taking care of a large set-out by some dirty residents - all this rusted, heavy and loose material was scattered all over this nature strip. Then there is another shorter video of this truck servicing a few other piles, a single clip of 046 feeding on some sofas and a metal cabinet, then finally we have a full truck 122 struggling to get one last pile squashed in. Hope you enjoy the four videos, please rate and comment. Body Make: MacDonald Johnston Model: 28m JP5 Chassis: Iveco Acco Council: Warringah Shire Contractor: United Resource Management (URM) Collection Type: Clean-Up / Bulk-Waste





City of Kingston Dept. of Public Works Leach Alpha Truck 11
Monday Trash Collection Clinton Ave. Crews feed truck 11 with trash and wood and some random glass that is in a garbage can.




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