Panera Bread in New York City is going green and showing their neighbors how to do it right in New York City.
Joining in and participating in the green initiative with the help of waste consultants and compactor manufactures Global Trash Solutions, is setting an example of how to effectively combat the trash issues deep in the heart of the City.
Consulting With Leaders In The Waste Consulting Industry
GTS has effectively positioned themselves as leaders in the waste consulting and equipment manufacturing industry by implementing and developed systems that drastically change the way businesses handle their trash.
Opening Day of the 330 7th Ave Panera café drew a large crowd excited to be the first one to walk thru the open doors of the establishment. This caused a great deal of trash to be accumulated, which isn’t very easily handled in the Big Apple.
By recycling aluminum, plastic, cardboard and glass, offering reusable plastic tumblers and donating its day old pastry the restaurant makes a huge dent in the trash that actually makes its way to the landfill.
GTS Compactor Does The Job
After recycling all that is able to be recycled, the restaurant compacts the waste in the state of the art GTS2000 trash compactor.
The final product bagged, compacted and sealed blocks of trash that are easily transported and stacked, taking up a great deal less space than the normal bags dealt with.
Compacted garbage also takes up less space on a garbage truck which means that more trash can be picked up in fewer trips to the landfill and it also takes up less space at the landfill.
GTS Is Changing The Way We Deal With Trash
Reducing, reusing and recycling at this level were once thought to be impractical in locations like Gotham City. The partnership of Panera Bread and Global Trash Solutions is revolutionizing the way businesses handle large volumes of waste and recycling, as well as reducing the carbon footprint of a flagship, high volume restaurant.