Bramidan Helps U.S. Cities Recycle

Making a Sustainable Difference in Your City, State & Region
Managing waste is not just a need – it’s a commitment to the environment, your community, and your city. Whether you’re a bustling industrial facility or a network of retail stores, we understand the complexity and cost of waste management. 

Embrace a greener profile and contribute positively to your city’s environment with our cutting-edge sorting and compacting solutions. Our state-of-the-art equipment is tailored to simplify your recycling process, transforming how you handle cardboard, plastics, and other recyclables. Let’s work together to create a sustainable future for your business, planet, and city.


New York City, New York: Big City, Simple Solution

Where every square inch is precious, effective waste management is crucial. Our machinery turns heaps of recycling into manageable bales, helping New York businesses thrive.

Los Angeles, California: Leading the Charge

Los Angeles sets a new standard with its goal to recycle 90% of its waste by 2025. Bramidan’s machinery brings that goal closer to a reality.

Chicago, Illinois: The Windy City’s Recycling Crisis

With a recycling rate of only 9%, Chicago’s need for improved recycling is as towering as its skyscrapers.

Houston, Texas: Advancing Southern Recycling

Houston’s diversion rate is currently 19%, meaning 81% of their waste ends up in landfills. The city uses Bramidan machinery to modernize their recycling.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Dealing with OCC Clutter

By separating cardboard (or OCC) and other recoverable materials in a vertical baler, the city drastically decreases its waste costs.

Phoenix, Arizona: Contaminated Waste

With only 20% of waste recycled, Phoenix’s potential is untapped. Our solutions target the heart of the problem — contaminated waste.

San Antonio, Texas: Elevating Southern Recycling

Committed to elevating its recycling efforts, San Antonio maintains the city’s cleanliness with a range of compactors and balers.

San Diego, California: Innovating Waste Management

San Diego’s waste challenge calls for innovative management solutions. Quality balers and compactors revolutionize dumping and hauling.

Dallas, Texas: Invest in Green Legacy

As Dallas confronts landfill limits, the city is ripe for a robust recycling transformation. Bramidan helps propel Dallas towards sustainability.

San Jose, California: Revitalized Recycling

Falling recycling rates in San Jose are driving a wedge between the city and the state’s recycling goals. The city’s commitment to sustainability is unwavering.

Austin, Texas: Setting the Recycling Standard

With ambitious recycling goals of 90% of the city’s waste by 2040, Austin is proving they are more than your average college town.

Jacksonville, Florida: Expanding Recycling

The scale of Jacksonville is matched only by its commitment to recycling. Bramidan’s technology helps meet and exceed Florida’s statewide sustainability goals.

San Francisco, California: Recycling, Elevated

Leading with an 80% recycling rate, San Francisco is a beacon of sustainability in the US. Yet, the journey towards zero waste continues.

Indianapolis, Indiana: Recycling Urgency

Of the 20 largest cities in the US, Indianapolis is least likely to recycle their waste. The city’s recycling rate is only 7%.

Columbus, Ohio: Doubling Down on Sustainability

Columbus recycles half of its waste — a solid start, but we see a city on the cusp of recycling greatness. Bramidan helps Columbus turn recycling aspiration into action.

Fort Worth, Texas: Rethinking Waste Management

Fort Worth’s charm is matched by its commitment to a cleaner environment. To counter expanding landfills, balers and compactors help divert waste.

Charlotte, North Carolina: Sustainable Future

With a recycling rate seeking to surpass the 11% mark, the city’s vision for a circular economy is bold — and necessary.

Seattle, Washington: Increased Recycling in the PNW

Seattle commits to recycling 70% of its waste, emphasizing the West Coast’s dedication to a more sustainable future.

Denver, Colorado: Championing Convenient Recycling

Denver makes recycling easier and more accessible for every resident with curbside collection, an initiative that ensures a cleaner, greener community.

El Paso, Texas: Better Waste, Better Tomorrow

El Paso transforms waste management by focusing on baling recyclable materials. This proactive approach cuts down on contamination and landfill reliance.

Detroit, Michigan: Pay-As-You-Throw

Detroit’s innovative pay-as-you-throw program is a game-changer, encouraging residents to recycle more.

Washington DC, District of Columbia: Waste Diversion

In the nation’s capital, a 23% waste diversion rate is only the beginning. Bramidan is committed to helping D.C. pave the way for federal sustainability.

Boston, Massachusetts: The Way to Zero

Boston’s zero waste plan is ambitious and necessary with the city’s construction boom.

Memphis, Tennessee: Streamlined Waste

With vast potential for improvement, Bramidan offers solutions that make sorting waste and recyclables easier than ever.

Nashville, Tennessee: Harmonizing with Waste

Nashville may be the home of country music, but it’s tuning up its eco-friendly practices. With only a quarter of its waste recycled, the city strives for more.

Portland, Oregon: Refining Green Practices

Portland’s spirit of progressiveness is now channeling into upgrading its waste management systems, nurturing a green legacy.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Recyclable Lifestyle

With an astonishing 60% of residents participating in the city’s recycling program., Oklahoma City sets a stellar example of what it means to live sustainably.

Las Vegas, Nevada: Betting on Waste

While the city provides sorting and recycling services to residential customers, the city is upping the ante on its recycling efforts.

Baltimore, Maryland: Compaction Capitol

While historically not a priority, Baltimore stands ready to embrace compaction and recycling with balers and compactors.

Louisville, Kentucky: Recycling Ambition

Louisville plants seeds for a greener tomorrow with a plan to hit a 90% recycling rate. Can they be a future leader in sustainability?

Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Enhanced, Modern Recycling

Milwaukee increases its recycling efficiency by separating profitable from non-profitable recyclables: an environmentally friendly and economically smart move.

Albuquerque, New Mexico: Embracing Recycling Progress

Albuquerque joined the recycling movement in 2011, but has been quickly catching up to its sustainable cities to the east and west.

Tucson, Arizona: Clarifying the Waste Cycle

Tucson’s residents are eager recyclers, but contamination remains a hurdle. By refining recycling processes and educating on proper waste separation, Tucson can see a new Waste Cycle.

Fresno, California: Sustaining High Standards

Since 2005, Fresno’s mandatory recycling order has set a precedent for waste management. The city continues to achieve high recycling rates.

Mesa, Arizona: Rethinking Recycling

Mesa has faced challenges that led to the removal of its recycling program. It’s time to rethink and reintroduce cost-effective, sustainable recycling strategy.

Sacramento, California: A Leader in Recycling

Sacramento’s waste management is evolving, with room to grow through innovation. Implementing a comprehensive baler program could be a game changer.

Atlanta, Georgia: Paper & Pulp Recycling

Atlanta has one of the largest paper and pulp industries in the nation. The city’s commitment to “end of use” recovery positions it as a national recycling leader.

Kansas City, Missouri: Overcoming Waste

Kansas City’s residents are eager to recycle, but face obstacles with contamination and facility access.

Colorado Springs, Colorado: Elevating Recycling

With only 12% of the city’s waste being recycled, Colorado Springs recycling rates are well below the national average. Can the city rise above?

Omaha, Nebraska: Community Recycling

Omaha has the curbside recycling infrastructure: now it’s time to fully engage with community.

Raleigh, North Carolina: Balncing the Budget

Like many other US cities, Raleigh has been hit with increased costs for recycling. Adding a baler program could help them offset some of the costs.

Miami, Florida: Raising the Bar

Although millions of Miami residents throw away a combined 10-pounds of garbage every day, the county has one of the lowest recycling rates in the state.

Long Beach, California: Waste into Energy

Most of the city’s trash is incinerated and converted to electricity, while the residue is disposed of in landfills.

Virginia Beach, Virginia: Culture of Reycling

While recycling has increased by 50% in the past year, the city is still in need of a strong recycling program to incentivize residents.

Oakland, California: Streamlined Waste

With a strict recycling program that targets mixing waste streams, the city is determined to help residents continue to sort their waste.

Minneapolis, Minnesota: Building on Success

Minnesota has seen the benefits of recycling, in the form of increased jobs and revenue, but there is still room for improvement.

Tulsa, Oklahoma: Bringing it Home

As is the case for several other cities, Tulsa is dealing with waste contamination. Their current recycling program has seen an increase in the number of households recycling.

Tampa, Florida: Upgrading Infrastructure

The need for recycling equipment is high in Florida, as a staggering 37% of recyclable waste is contaminated.

Arlington, Texas: Decreased Rates

With an increasing amount of materials no longer accepted at the curb, the city’s recycling program has seen less involvement from residents.

New Orleans, Louisiana: Seeking Alternatives

As of May, the city will discontinue curbside recycling. Without an immediate solution, the city is bound to run into issues.