Fabric structures are a great solution for transfer stations, recycling centers, and waste management. When implementing changes or upgrades to physical plants, making economical decisions should be at the top of the priority list. Whether you need a fabric structure for equipment storage, material preparation, or a waste transfer station, highly-durable fabric buildings could be the perfect solution.
Waste Management Facilities
Waste transfer stations are a great way for a community to save money on waste hauling costs. When designing a new facility, it's important to plan for the current needs of the area and their requirements for future growth. Modular fabric buildings can be built to nearly any size and specification, making it very easy to make changes later on without completely demolishing a permanent structure.
Materials processors have traditionally chosen metal buildings for operations like glass recycling and other solid waste recycling efforts, but due to the high cost and lack of flexibility of metal buildings, tensioned fabric structures are becoming an attractive alternative. With no requirement for expensive concrete foundations, fabric structures can be a cost-effective way to protect materials and equipment from the elements.
Alaska Structures offers many fabric building systems suited for waste management and recycling operations. Both our MTX Series maintenance buildings or GTX Series buildings are suited to handle heavy industrial applications such as waste management, recycling, and much more.
To learn more about each of our fabric building systems or to find a model that works best for your intended purposes, speak with a building specialist by calling +1-907-344-1565, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us online.