Dumping garbage without one costs a lot of money.
You can’t dump it at the landfill without breaking the law.
It takes a special kind of lawyer to get it done.
But now, a company called DuFrene has created a truck that can haul garbage to a dumpster that can’t be damaged by rain, snow or ice.
DuFreNE, based in Chicago, sells an industrial-grade truck that it says is much better than the traditional dumpster.
The truck can haul up to 6,000 pounds of trash a day and can carry it to a disposal site at a rate of 10 tons a day.
It is quieter, too.
Its tires are lighter, its drive shafts are stronger and its engine is designed to withstand heavy loads.
It can haul 6 million tons a year, about a third of the truck used in garbage collection, said Jeff Biermann, the company’s director of public affairs.
The DuFreene truck is a combination of a dump truck and a heavy-duty forklift.
It has a full-size bed, and it can carry up to 60 people.
The forklift truck is lighter than the truck, but it’s a little bigger, Bierman said.
It also has more space.
“You don’t have to load a whole load,” he said.
“We can have a little extra room to do some things.”
Biermen said the company is also working on a commercial version of the DuFreenewyorker, a pickup truck that will be available in late 2019.
The company sells about 300 trucks annually and has about 1,500 customers, including local businesses, Biersmann said.
The trucks can also haul heavy goods to and from the city of Chicago, which can be hazardous.
It’s a hassle to haul heavy items on the city’s streets, Biestmann said, but people are paying more to dump in Chicago because it’s cheaper than dumping in other places.
The dump truck is already on Chicago’s streets.
It was installed on a downtown Chicago street this year.
“It’s an easy thing to install,” Biermansaid.
The city has spent about $300,000 since 2006 to install the dump truck, and DuFreenes trucks have been on the streets for two years, said Jim Schubert, director of the citys transportation department.
“I know the truck is safe, but if you have to do it, it’s the right thing to do,” Schuberg said.
But DuFrerene has received a lot more requests to install dump trucks on Chicago streets than it has received for other trucks, he said, so it plans to continue its work.
“The city has been supportive of our business,” Schubert said.
Biermeyer said DuFreene’s trucks can tow 5,000 tons a week to the city, and they have received requests from businesses to tow a little more.
The business has also received requests to tow trucks that could pick up items that can be shipped to other places, such as the U.S. Postal Service, Bistmann said in an email.
The waste is being trucked to a landfill in Wisconsin, but the truck can’t reach the landfill for up to three days, Biestermann said: It can only pick up the garbage.
“They’re not getting the money to get there.”
The company has not gotten any government permits to operate in Wisconsin.
It will not get any if the waste is to be trucked in by a public utility, Bielman said in the email.
DuFRENE said the truck has a maximum of five years of service and is made in the U., Canada and Mexico.
The U.K., Germany and other countries use the same truck for recycling, waste and other waste.
The other trucks are being designed for recycling.
“If you’re going to pick up anything that is recyclable, that is something that should be done,” Bielmann said at a press conference on Friday.
The trash can’t get into other areas of the U, U.N. headquarters, or the White House, Biederman said.
A spokeswoman for the U!
said it had not heard of DuFREEne and would respond as soon as it heard about it.
The news site The Independent quoted a spokesman for the White and Black Panther Party, who called the company a “fraud” and a “corporate fascist.”
“We are not pleased to hear of DuFreemen’s bankruptcy and will take all legal actions to stop this company from continuing in its criminal activities,” said the spokesman, John O. Bienvenue.
Dufrene, based near Chicago, is part of a larger company called Green Building Materials.
Its website says it recycles building materials and recycles other waste from factories and buildings.
Its CEO, Robert J. G