The World's Most Complete Line of Recycling Bins, Composters & Waste Receptacles
Busch Systems manufactures the world’s largest, most complete line of recycling bins, waste receptacles, and compost containers. As part of our commitment to the community and the environment, we engineer our recycling bins to use less natural resources and to ship far more effectively, thereby avoiding large volumes of carbon emissions. All of our products contain recycled content, are 100% recyclable and are proudly made in North America.
Busch Systems develops more new molded recycling bins, waste collection receptacles, and composters than all other manufacturers combined. Our recycling systems are specifically manufactured to be clear and easy to use in order to prevent contamination and generate the cleanest possible stream of recyclables. We also assist and support our customers in creating recycling programs in their companies and communities.
Busch Systems Featured News
Busch Systems would like to congratulate the University of California for winning the Build-a-bin contest in the month of February! The University of California will be walking away with a cool $250 towards their purchase of the brand-new Waste Watcher Series recycling containers. In case you missed it (which we don`t know how you could!) Busch Systems held a contest throughout the month of February where those who were looking to customize their own recycling containers could submit their designs for a chance to win $250. To create and submit these brilliant designs, all the contestants had to do was [... [Read More]
Recycling Bins for LEED Points
Do recycling bins count toward LEED points? It’s a great question and one we get asked all the time. The simple answer is YES. All Busch recycling containers containing a minimum of 35% recycled content will contribute to 1 LEED point available for use of Recycled Content under the Materials and Resources Project.
Community School is a pre-K through 12th grade independent school nestled in the mountains of Sun Valley, Idaho. A year ago the school set a goal of achieving zero waste and started searching for solutions to make recycling and composting as easy or ... [Read More]