Oregon-based Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) has announced the launch of a new website along with a municipal solid waste (MSW)-focused microsite, featuring a six-part video series.
The new bulkhandlingsystems.com features a responsive and modern design. It provides users faster and more complete access to the information and media they’re looking for across a variety of platforms, including tablet and mobile. The website highlights the company’s core technology and markets served, including single stream, MSW, construction and demolition, compost and organics, plus anaerobic digestion.
The MSW video series, which can be found by clicking here(or viewed above), takes a deep look into the company’s approach to extracting maximum value from the MSW stream. Featuring interviews with BHS CEO Steve Miller, and VP of engineering and R&D Roy Miller, the six-part series highlights the integrated, fully-owned technologies of the BHS family of companies, including Nihot, NRT and Zero Waste Energy (ZWE).
MSW Video Series
“BHS has been a pioneer in developing the technology and process to tackle this challenging waste stream,” BHS President John Warne said in a statement. “We have positioned ourselves, along with our subsidiaries, to apply our collective experience and solutions to take advantage of all parts of the waste stream. Beyond that, as one company, we’re able to guarantee performance and stand behind these results – and that is unique.”
Warne said BHS has designed, manufactured and installed a number of advanced mixed materials recovery facilities throughout the world in recent years, contributing to the significant industry buzz that surrounds this type of processing.
“BHS has been active in this conversation, but we wanted to not only explain our processing approach, but let people see it in action – this series does that and tells this story in a compelling way,” said Warne.
Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) Headquartered in Eugene, OR, BHS is a worldwide leader in the innovative design, engineering, manufacturing and installation of sorting systems and components for the solid waste, recycling, waste-to-energy, and construction and demolition industries.