Compaction reduces waste sent to landfills

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  • Long-lived LSA dry waste ends up at RSO's waste compactor.


  • The compactor reduces the volume of dry waste via 84,000 lbs. of compaction.


  • LSA boxes are opened and the inner bag is removed.


  • The box itself will eventually be surveyed for contamination and, if clean, will be recycled.


  • The inner bag is then placed in a steel drum and compacted into the drum.


  • Any residual liquids that have been put into the bag will squeeze out and contaminate the compactor and possibly the operator.


  • Once again, the RSO asks that nothing that can remotely be described as wet be placed into a dry waste LSA box.


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