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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.





100th video special: DSNY
For my 100th video, and 4-year channel anniversary,I wanted to give you guys somehing a little more special. This is footage of one of the thousands of DSNY Heil 5000s, working in East Manhattan operated by a very freindly crew. As far as I know, this is the only DSNY truck filmed in action by a garbage truck-dedicated Youtuber. I would've gotten a LOT more video if I had the chance, but I got a really bad flu and could barely walk to the bathroom. Oh well. Anyways, expect a lot more East Coast video from me, and please comment whatever goes through your head while you watch. Enjoy!





Maisüberladen auf LKWs mit mobilem Transportband
Lohnunternehmen Bromag bei der Verladung von Maissilage mit Transportband auf LKWs.





Warringah Clean-Up Pt 1
This is one of the former Warringah trucks I had been trying to get on film for a hell of a long time, until I finally snapped up some footage of two of these old pieces of machinery during early 2009 when the clean-up was on in my area. There were a few of these trucks used for all the green-waste and clean-up collections during the earlier years of Veolia's contracting in my council. Since then a lot of you will have seen videos of the newer Veolia trucks that were brought in during 2004. These ancient trucks did pretty well considering they were built in 1989... I got this video of truck 037 at the end of a cul-de-sac where a couple of houses dumped all their crap in one pile, spread along for about 50 metres. There's some nice wooden furniture that was put out and plenty of other crunchy material that got chewed up... videoing the clean-up during the warmer months is always the way to go! I hope you enjoy this big video of bulk waste getting totally screwed up in the jaws of this old rig, crunching the materials up into nothing. After you watch this, you may like to take a look at the other two clean-up videos I put up, one of an ex-vegetation truck and one of the other Scania in the fleet. I hope you enjoy the action, please rate and comment. Body Make: Compaction Systems (now Superior Pak) Model: 19m Maxi Pak Chassis: Scania 93H Council: Warringah Shire Contractor: Veolia Environmental Services Collection Type: Clean-Up / Bulk-Waste





Rockdale Clean-Up Pt. 2
This is the footage I managed to capture of the first truck; you'll see they were starting to fill up. I also threw in a green-waste clip of the second truck I found...





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





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Bulk Trash Collection - Wayne Phoenix Rear Loader
Picking up bulk trash in Gilbert Arizona with a 25YD WAYNE Phoenix Rear Loader. Gilbert uses an articulated loader to fill the rear load hopper.





#122 On Clean-Up Pt 1
Been a while since I've thrown up some clean-up action. Got plenty from the URM days and truck 122 is featured the most, so it only made sense to show it first. I set the camera/tripod on a bin behind the truck and let it record as we loaded a certain pile in the zone 11 area of Manly Vale. This one came from a small unit block with a nice handful of items featured, which made for a sweet video. These big 28m JP5s are very good trucks for clean-up, especially with this wide angle blade. Good couple of blokes to work with as you'll see towards the end haha See parts 1 and 2 for more of this packer in action.





The Hills Bulk Waste Pt 1
Early on a Monday when I'd arrived at Carlingford, I had only travelled by foot for about a kilometre when I saw this rig swing out of a street and roar up a hill, where it disappeared into a second street. Not thinking much about seeing anything, I took a casual walk towards where this truck had gone, then turned off into a street near the one it had disappeared into. If it wasn't for the calm winds in that peaceful neighbourhood, I wouldn't have heard the nearby distant revving of a Cummins engine at 1000RPM. I can tell you I turned into an Olympic sprinter... only a matter of seconds later I spotted this truck sitting aside a long pile of bulk waste. The operators were very cool blokes, I appreciate them letting me film this... something I would've hated to miss. If you have come across the Campbelltown Bulk-Waste video I posted, it is basically the same truck except a little newer and it's also getting pretty full. The only real contrast between the two is that these guys really tested the power of hydraulics - the forces applied are incredible! I like to refer to these two videos as a definition of "packed out"... Big thanks to the guys for putting the show on, I hope you all enjoy this extreme action, please leave all your ratings and comments. Also the action continues straight into part 2 and be sure to check out the regular garbage and green-waste videos. Body Make: MacDonald Johnston Model: 28m JP5 Chassis: Iveco Acco Council: The Hills Shire Contractor: Cleanaway (Transpacific Industries) Collection Type: Clean-Up / Bulk-Waste





McNeilus Tag Axle Rear Loader
A McNeilus Tag Axle RL collecting bulk waste in Golden Gate, FL





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!





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!




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