Apartment Style Compactors

Compaction… the use of a hydraulic compactor positioned at the base of a rubbish chute reduces the volume of loose garbage accumulation. Place your mouse over the picture to the left to learn more about CHUTE SOURCE Apartment Style Compactors.


CP1-C5 Computerized Compactor

The CP1-C5 is designed for buildings with a large amount of waste and offers a quiet and sanitary operation.
Additional features include:

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Standard Features

  • High-density compaction that can remove 45 cubic yards of waste per hour
  • Replaceable floor
  • Optional single side-latching for containers
  • Heavy duty 1/4? reinforced plate construction with abrasive resistant plate in wear areas
  • Tamper-resistant safety switch on access door
  • Can pack front or rear load container



CP2-C5 Computerized Compactor

The CP2-C5 compactors are designed for trash rooms with space limitations, while not sacrificing thrust power or capacity. The CP2-C5 is a solid side body construction

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Standard Features

  • High-density compaction that can remove 45 cubic yards of waste per hour.
  • Replaceable floor
  • Optional single side-latching for containers more than 24? shorter than conventional machines
  • Proven dual cross arm cylinder operation for more power at the end of the compaction stroke
  • Heavy duty 1/4? reinforced plate construction with abrasive resistant plate in wear areas
  • Custom hoppers are available on CP2-C5
  • Tamper-resistant safety switch on access door
  • Can pack front or rear load container



EP1-C5 Computerized Compactor

Primarily with mid and high rise buildings and/or heavy demolition in mind, these chutes are made of .125” thick steel and are built to withstand just about ANY kind of debris. The patented baffle system breaks apart the debris on its way down, to maximize space in the dumpster below. And the extra large, 3’ x 3’, size ensures large debris can be efficiently and effectively disposed.

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EP1-C5 Computerized Compactor

Primarily with mid and high rise buildings and/or heavy demolition in mind, these chutes are made of .125” thick steel and are built to withstand just about ANY kind of debris. The patented baffle system breaks apart the debris on its way down, to maximize space in the dumpster below. And the extra large, 3’ x 3’, size ensures large debris can be efficiently and effectively disposed.

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Primarily with mid and high rise buildings and/or heavy demolition in mind, these chutes are made of .125” thick steel and are built to withstand just about ANY kind of debris. The patented baffle system breaks apart the debris on its way down, to maximize space in the dumpster below. And the extra large, 3’ x 3’, size ensures large debris can be efficiently and effectively disposed. The lockable doors add additional jobsite security and the unique screw jack mounting system holds the system away from the façade of the building. CHUTES’ steel chutes are the only debris chutes approved for historical buildings.

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Standard Features

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  • It has roots in a piece of classical Latin literature from 45 BC
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