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Hurstville Clean-Up Pt 2

Another series of piles getting fed to this old truck, with a nice variety of objects and materials thrown in...


 


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Hurstville Clean-Up Pt 1
During my last visit to the council I did a quick run for a couple of kilometres from the Tuesday service area to the clean-up zone to catch this truck. I only had to run through a few streets, where I came to be standing on the main road and caught the flashing beacon of this rig in the distance. I was hoping to bump into the really old Formula 5000 that they used to have on clean-up, but a few days earlier found out it had been moved down to Canberra, which totally sucked! Instead I got to video this JP5 collecting all the un-wanted junk that had been tossed out onto the kerb. There wasn't as much material out compared to what I expected, but there were still a few nice piles put out for collection - the one in this video was a MUST to get on video... where does one household keep all this garbage?! Anyway hope you enjoy the clean-up videos I took, please rate and comment, and I would like to give a cheers to these two cool garbos. If you haven't already, check out the videos of the garbage, recycling, greens and units... Body Make: MacDonald Johnston Model: 19m JP5 Chassis: International Acco Council: Hurstville City Contractor: Cleanaway (Transpacific Industries) Collection Type: Clean-Up / Bulk-Waste





City of Ryde - The Best Clean-Up Ever!!! Pt 1
Personally, I believe the City of Ryde has some of the nicest looking garbage trucks cruising through its streets. Like c'mon, just look at this rear loader... you have to admit it looks awesome! This truck was my top priority for my re-visit to Ryde, and it is sort of funny how it was the last thing I managed to get. On the third day of my visit to Ryde, from when I got off the train, took the elevator to the top, exited the station and rode my bike to the service area, I was praying that I wouldn't fail to catch this truck again. I knew exactly where I had to be after seeing the same area twice on previous days, and that is exactly where I headed. I was close to having a heart-attack when I saw all the piles, that I was sure would have been serviced, still sitting on the kerbside. My hopes were slowly drowned as I sped around the neighbourhood, with no sign of a truck passing by. Then just as I was getting close to giving up, I was rolling down a smooth hill on my bike, when I saw a shiny green machine round the corner and disappear into a street about 200m away from me. Without hesitation I tailed the truck and noticed they were only doing the green-waste, which worried me that I wouldn't get any actual clean-up action. After gaining permission to film from two of Sydney's friendliest and funniest garbos, I also found out that they were going to come back for the clean-up after a few more streets... a total relief. So after following them for about 20mins and shooting some footage of bundled tree trimmings getting chewed up, they tipped off, I had a pit stop at a nearby service station and before I knew it they were back and chucking TVs, sofas, chairs, cupboards, shelfs, boxes and all that stuff into their Heil. This would be the best clean-up footage I've captured; perfect piles set-out, the perfect truck and a very entertaining team. I hope you enjoy the videos I took of the classic household waste collection, ratings and comments are much appreciated. Also I'd like to give a massive thanks to the driver and the loader for making all this possible. Make sure you visit my other Ryde videos to see more truly awesome trucks... Body Make: Heil Environmental Industries Model: 23m Formula 4000 Chassis: Iveco Acco Council: City of Ryde Contractor: WSN Environmental Solutions Collection Type: Clean-Up / Bulk-Waste





Three heils
They are smashing it! What are the odds of finding three heils in one street! Best video i have made in long time. Thanks heaps to the crew and driver! This is a sub contractor to TPI for Hornsby collections.





Ryde City Council Clean up
This is the council clean up service being handled by two RL's in Ryde Council. Special thanks to Geoff and Chris - funniest guys i have ever filmed! Part 2 coming up soon!





City of Ryde Council Clean Up - Part 2
The second half of the video... funny!





Warringah Clean-Up Pt 3
This was the 2nd Scania in the Warringah fleet, truck 038...





A final goodbye to manual collection ft. BFI truck 109
I woke up at 6:45 am this morning and went out to film on this last manual collection. As planned, I met up with Tim and Tim (Truck 109 "TnT") and got some even better up close amazing footage. This will be the absolute last manual garbage footage you will see from me in my home city at least on this channel so make sure you enjoy it. These guys were alot of fun to work with and I just wanna thank them for a great video once again! Sit back and enjoy this 13 minute finale of swampers at their best! Please comment because I love feedback and leave a like if possible :P Filmed: September 25th 2012 Location: Winnipeg, MB Camera: Kodak EasyShare C1530 © 2012 GarbageGod10





Parramatta City cleanup, truck RL00052 and crew
Parramatta City cleanup, truck RL00052 and crew in Dundas area. Shaky when Ronnie is chasing the truck but crunching shots as lots of wooden furniture is eaten.





Cambooya Split Truck
The split bin collection system was once a common find in numerous Aussie councils, way back when recycling was introduced as part of the domestic waste service. Some councils used split bins to keep paper and cardboard separated from bottles and containers and some councils used split bins to keep mixed recycling separated from general household waste. Overtime technology has become more sophisticated and there has been greater demand for capacity, which has seen the split bins gradually faded out and is now almost an extinct system. The three Richards companies ran a well known split bin system for garbage and mixed recycling, widespread in small councils and regional areas. The bins were always divided east to west, usually in a 50/50 or 70/30 configuration and could be emptied by small single axle or monster dual axle side loaders. The cool and unique thing about the Richards trucks is the finger/teeth/comb lifter utilising a water jet to spray the lids open, so the bin and truck dividers meet close and properly. Solo Resource Recovery still runs what I believe is the last split bin truck in Kyogle, the last JR Richards split bin trucks finished up in Clarence Valley in July 2012 and the last of the JJ Richards dividers completed their runs in the middle of 2013. I'd videoed a Solo and JRR truck, but I wanted to get a JJR truck on video also, so just about two years ago I found myself in the regional areas of south-west QLD, hunting down one of these split trucks in what is now Toowoomba Regional Council. First thing on a fresh Monday morning I was south of Toowoomba itself, videoing an old truck collecting the garbage in the former Clifton council area, then it was a quick drive to the next former council for the split bin action. I stuffed around in the small town of Greenmount trying to spot the truck, then travelled further north to the town of Cambooya, but I could only see full bins. An hour later I was back just outside the Cambooya locality where I finally noticed some empty bins, looked ahead in the distance and eyed an enormous dark green side loader turn off the highway and head towards the main town. I first saw pictures of this truck when it was brand new back in 2008, just brought in to replace the much older and smaller unit previously collecting in the area for well over a decade. This truck was based in the areas south of Toowoomba, servicing the former shires of Pittsworth and Cambooya, which includes a handful of urban areas and shitloads of rural coverage. It's no wonder this truck clocks up so many kilometres and is out on the road all day! There was also an identical truck doing the fulltime runs in the former Jondaryan council and there were a couple of these big splits working in Lockyer Valley under the former Laidley shire. I'll wrap up this essay length description now. Basically you've got a very rare and interesting truck collecting split bins all around the town of Cambooya on a sunny Monday morning. I went crazy taking pictures and videos of this truck, being such a special machine to document and I was very satisfied with my success, especially considering the bonus unloading view. I reckon the concluding clip was sweet, taken on the town outskirts where he approaches from the distance, empties a lone standing bin and takes off into more distance =] A note for those who are curious about the compaction, a paddle is swinging through the garbage on the bottom and an auger moves the recycling through the body up top. Lastly a massive thanks to the champion driver for being cool with me following along and for putting on some quality full throttle action; very much appreciated. Hope you enjoy the action!!!





Manly Residential Pt 2 (truck #635)
Here is one of the 3 older Manly residential trucks, being #635, servicing heaps of bins from the many units in a central Manly street. If you haven't already, be sure to take a look at truck #640 working earlier in the morning...





#122 On Clean-Up Pt 2
We rocked up to this pile and I thought it'd make a good video after checking it out. This belongs to "The Brickwords" apartment complex in Brookvale under clean-up zone 9. Not as much as there could've been with all the units in there, but still a good set-out. Got a picture of the truck and pile at the start for an intro. Unfortunately, the camera battery wasn't fully charged so I only got the first chunk being thrown in the back.





Blacktown Clean-Up
It was just good luck and good timing which brought me to this old council truck. Blacktown has an on-call service, so this was all I managed to capture as this was the only collection in the area. Hope you enjoy the footage! Body Make: Compaction Systems (now Superior Pak) Model: 19m Maxi Pak Chassis: Hino FM Council: Blacktown City Contractor: Council Works Collection Type: Clean-Up / Bulk-Waste





Manly Commercial Recycling (Bottles)
Here's truck #630 on the morning commercial bottles and containers run, servicing a few of apartments and then a bit of actual commercial recycling. This job is usually done by one of the small Garwoods, but because Monday is such a big day, it's easier to take this one out for the job.





Waste Management's New Way Volvo FE6 Rear Loader on Commercial Trash Route, 8-18-11
On a late Thursday noon at 12:49pm when I was about to leave the gym to head home, saw this rare old rearload trash pup truck of a New Way rearload body on a rare Volvo FE6 chassis. So as I decided to U-Turn & go after it, caught it on a commercial trash run. For those of you that remembered, this was the same guy that operated on the brand new FreightlinerM2/McNeilus M5 rearloader I caught a year ago on commercial & residential trash route here in Sarasota, FL where I live!!! But, his truck broke down, so he was stuck with this!!! Considering the fact that the pack cycle on this truck was slow, I still felt it was worth the catch since it was the 1st time me seeing a New Way rearloader in action!!!!! This truck I believe is powered by Volvo's D7-235 mid diesel with 235hp backed by an Allison MD3060 automatic transmission. Note: I will still be geting more of these different rearloader pup trucks in action here mainly on commercial trash routes when I get the chance!! & special thanks for him allowing me to get this rare rearload beast in action!!!! Bitterway Productions Copyright (C) 2011





The Hills Bulk Waste Pt 2
Really gets full in this video...





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