A transfer station is a building or processing site for the temporary deposition of waste. Transfer stations are often used as places where local waste collection vehicles will deposit their waste cargo prior to loading into larger vehicles. These larger vehicles will transport the waste to the end point of disposal in an incinerator, landfill, or hazardous waste facility, or for recycling.
Transfer stations are sometimes colocated with material recovery facilities and with localized mechanical biological treatment systems to remove recyclable items from the material recovery facilities.
Our transfer stations reduce costs in transporting waste to far-away landfills or disposal facilities, and in turn help reduce waste management costs. When it comes to the disposal of a company's or community's waste, transfer stations are an economical and environmentally-sound alternative to landfills.
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Quest maintains a large fleet comprised of roll off trucks, vac trucks, bins, portable toilets, and fencing. We take pride in the maintenance and cleanliness of our equipment, as seen here in our photo gallery:
Summer is here! Call Quest for septic tank and portable toilet cleaning at your construction site, lake lot, or special event.
We're hiring! Quest is on the look-out for experienced roll-off truck drivers/operators and encourage all to apply online.
Golf season is upon us! As part of our community engagement initiatives, we're happy to participate in community golf fundraisers.