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Fabric Buildings for Waste Management and Recycling Centers

Fabric buildings are a turnkey solution for waste management, recycling centers, and transfer waste transfer stations. 

When physical plants are under construction for improvements, a high-functioning, safe structure may be necessary to continue operations. To meet specifications and stay within budget, fabric buildings are the best solution on the market. 

Fabric Buildings Designed for Waste Management and Recycling Centers

Engineered for quick transport and assembly, fabric buildings from Alaska Structures® are the best prefabricated building solution for any waste management and recycling center’s needs. 

Although our tension fabric buildings are designed with modularity and portability in mind, the materials we use are selected for extreme weather conditions. Whether it’s a research facilities in the frozen tundra or a military shelters in the scorching desert, our construction standards are high. To ensure the fabric structures can stand up to any and all of Mother Nature’s challenges, Alaska Structures engineers fabric buildings to meet specific wind and snow loads required by building code where the waste management facility or recycling center is located.

Our fabric buildings are custom-designed to meet any size and specification. We utilize the highest-quality materials and proprietary manufacturing methods to produce the strongest and longest-lasting fabric buildings available. Additional product options include insulation, electrical and lighting systems, HVAC, windows, and doors.

Additionally, fabric buildings from Alaska Structures are easy to transport, ship, and expand as needs grow. This differs greatly from the construction needed to make changes to permanent buildings made of wood, steel, and brick. 

Fabric Buildings for Improving Waste Management Facility Operations

Fabric buildings allow waste management companies to quickly adapt and change to meet the community’s needs. Whether expanding, renovating, or building a new waste management facility, fabric buildings offer many advantages over other prefabricated building solutions to improve operations.

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Fabric Buildings for Recycling Centers

Traditionally, recycling centers have been constructed from metal or other conventional materials. Over time, the increased need to expand, relocate, and maintain these buildings has led to fabric buildings being a more attractive option. 

Fabric buildings from Alaska Structures can be installed in a fraction of the time required to assemble a metal or steel building, once set up they are virtually maintenance-free, and they can be easily taken down and relocated or expanded as the needs of the recycling center change. Our fabric buildings are used around the world for drop-off recycling centers, sorting facilities, and transfer stations.

Fabric Buildings for Composting Centers

Composting is an important part of dealing with organic material at waste facilities, but limited space and environmental factors such as heavy wind, rain, and freezing temperatures threaten its process. 

Tensioned membrane fabric structures are a solution for composting because they provide a clean and dry environment, and have large entryways for vehicles to easily transport compost materials in and out of the facility. This allows for natural ventilation for odor control while reducing related electricity costs. 

Fabric structures are also cheaper to install, typically cost less per square foot, and have an open span design that allows compost to be arranged in a way that maximizes efficiency. Facilities often receive more compost than originally planned, and the expansion capabilities of fabric buildings provide additional space to process any surplus material.

Large Fabric Buildings for Waste Management Facilities 

The Alaska Structures DAGB Series is the best choice for waste management facilities and recycling centers needing a large fabric building.

The Alaska DAGB Series

For applications that require large open-span structures between 16’ and any width, the DAGB Series of gable truss buildings are a popular solution. Clients use the Alaska DAGB Series in commercial, industrial, and government applications around the world.  

The DAGB Series is the ultimate large fabric building solution and is custom-designed to your waste management or recycling center needs.

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Moreover, the DAGB Series offers the following advantages for waste management facilities and recycling centers:

  • Less site preparation than traditional buildings made of wood, metal, and brick
  • Minimal foundation requirements reduces the overall environmental impact
  • Strong, long-lasting fabric membranes paired with high-strength frame systems provide an unmatched level of durability
  • Engineered to meet specific wind and snow loads to withstand the most extreme environments
  • Flexibility in energy efficiency with the use of Alaska Structures’ proprietary thermoplastic insulation, lighting, electrical, flooring, and HVAC systems
  • Easily expandable as the needs of the operations grow
  • A large variety of door sizes and styles to suit moving large equipment and materials
  • Easy low-cube packing makes for simple storage and rapid, economical shipping options

Waste Management Facility Solutions by Alaska Structures

When your organization finds itself in need of additional or alternative space to successfully operate, reach out to Alaska Structures to custom-design a fabric building for your waste management facility by calling +1-907-344-1565, sending us an email, or requesting a quote online.

Alaska Structures
Alaska Structures® is the world's leading provider of engineered fabric building and turnkey camp systems. Our modular buildings are proudly made in the U.S. and designed to meet area-specific wind and snow loads required by local codes or the International Building Code (IBC) for safety. No other fabric-building provider comes close to matching our level of expertise or experience.

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