KLT Industries provides customized solutions for handling damaged or unsaleable goods that require disposal or recycling. KLT offers open-tops, flatbed trucking, and drop trailers for goods that are unfit to be sold, discontinued, or otherwise damaged in handling. Per our customer’s request, we can provide certificate of destruction and chain of custody documentation to ensure goods are safely and securely recycled or destroyed. Continue reading
KLT Industries provides customized solutions for metal recycling that are both easy to implement and profitable (depending on market conditions). KLT offers open-tops or drop trailers for mixed or segregated metal loads. We utilize the most competitive market channels to ensure that material is processed locally and at the highest possible yield per ton. Continue reading
Did you know that some New England schools actually get paid for their recycling efforts instead of paying to have their recyclables picked up? Continue reading
Return your organic waste back to the earth with KLT Industries’ organics recycling programs.
Recycling organics is good for the earth and good for your company’s bottom-line too. KLT Industries can help your company reduce solid waste by collecting and composting/rendering your organic waste. Continue reading
Quiet Logistics of Devens, MA, has finalized the last component of a comprehensive recycling program by installing a baling machine for plastics recycling. KLT Industries of Ayer, MA has continually monitored improvement opportunities in Quiet Logistics’ waste stream for the past year and suggested the baler as a more efficient method to handle plastics recycling. Continue reading
Paper, cardboard and plastics recycler KLT Industries Inc., Ayer, Mass., has purchased a Fat Boy baler from Balemaster, Crown Point, Ind.
A news release from Balemaster says the Fat Boy allows for maximum bale density, creating cardboard bales that weigh 4,000 pounds with an output of 35 tons per hour.
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Eighth Grade Students from the Lincoln School in Lincoln, MA have been working diligently on completing cardboard chairs for their eighth grade technology class. The cardboard used for the chairs was donated by KLT Industries, a local recycling company located in Ayer, MA. Continue reading