15 Jul Compaction Technologies, Inc. Attending and Presenting at MUFSO Conference
At Compaction Technologies, Inc. (CTI), we take tremendous pride in our status as a forerunner in offering businesses better options for collecting and removing trash. The problem was an obvious one for the food service industry: We looked around and saw restaurants with overflowing trash cans and knew there must be a better solution rather than to let unattractive and foul-smelling waste pile up during the busy morning, afternoon, and evening rush periods. We soon developed revolutionary technology with our Original ecotrash compactors. The sleek, clean look of our compactors means your restaurant guest’s experience your restaurant without the sight or smell of trash becoming a detriment to your business. But the value of our compactors go much beyond appearances only, and can have significant impact on your bottom line.
The 2019 Multi-Unit Food Service Operators (MUFSO) Conference
We are excited to let you know that Jeff Tolke, the CEO of Compaction Technologies, will be speaking at the MUFSO convention in Denver, Colorado which takes place October 14-16, 2019. At this conference where leaders in the restaurant industry to come together and learn from one another regarding best practices in food services, we’re excited to present our proven vision for handling dining room waste.
Don’t Miss Jeff’s Session: Getting to Zero Waste: Can it be Done?
Jeff and other members of the CTI team will be in Booth 408 for the duration of the MUFSO conference. We’ll be available to meet with industry leaders to discuss trash handling options that not only help businesses but enable your customers to feel good about not contributing to environmental waste.
The CTI team attendance at the MUFSO conference just reinforces our company’s commitment to continually learn about new technology and procedures and then offer them to our customers.
If you are considering an investment in Original ecotrash trash containers for your company, we invite you to learn more about why compaction is so important, and our unique solution to making trash handling both economical and sustainable.