Fabric and container shelters for waste management
Simple to install and relocate, fabric waste management shelters and buildings are increasingly popular for materials recovery facilities (MRF) that require large scale processing plants that need to meet environmental regulations.
With large interior work areas unobstructed by columns, they are ideal for keeping waste, biomass, recyclate and potentially harmful loose materials under cover to avoid contaminating surrounding ecosystems.
Keeping your waste out of the rain keeps it lightweight and dry, making it easier to work with and significantly reduces the high disposal and transport costs of working with wet heavy material. From local recycling centres and waste sorting areas, to stockpile storage, odour containment and machinery maintenance sheds, we are proud to work with industry leaders including Cleanaway, Veolia, Sims Metal Management and RePurpose-It, as well as with many local council waste management programs.
Benefits of Allshelter waste management shelters
If you need to move your workforce or equipment to a different location, Allshelter’s ground-mounted and temporary structures provide options to take them with you.
Cool & productive
Providing shaded work areas with plenty of natural air flow for your crew, fabric shelters can be up to 15°C cooler than a steel clad building.
Shelters can be reused at a future location, all materials are recyclable, plus the translucent covers let in lots of natural light reducing the costs and energy of lighting during the day.
Protection from the elements
Safer, pleasant working conditions for employees plus, with little to no artificial lighting required during the day, you can save money on costly lighting bills.
Covers are manufactured from quality polyethylene material which is non-corrosive, highly chemical resistant, strong and lightweight.
Covered waste sorting areas
Waste transfer station
Stockpile bunker covers to keep product dry and lightweight for transport
Stockpile run-off control to control leaching into watercourses and soil