Secure Solutions for Receiving Any Trucked-In Waste
Secure Hauler Login
Haulers enter PIN or use swipe card to gain access
Durable & Tamper-Proof
Stainless steel, lockable doors, tamper-proof card reader/keypad
Simple to Use
Display prompts guide haulers through transaction
Controls Access to Valve
Metered valve in base opens only to permitted haulers
Optional air-conditioning or heating means Portalogic stations outperform even in extreme climates
Multiple customizable models make Portalogic stations ideal for any location, including curbside and unattended sites
length: 24" width: 14" height: 24"
The DS-200 waste dump station is tamper-proof and simple for haulers to use. This station provides secure hauler access by PIN or swipe card.
It is an outdoor rated, wall or strut mounted enclosure that offers total flexibility. The DS-200 can interface with and control remote devices such as valves, meters, scales, gates, and many more.
length: 60" width: 24" height: 68"
The DS-25 waste dump station is secure, controls the valve, and provides metering.
This station has all the functionality of the DS-200, but also includes a mounting enclosure which houses a fast-acting inlet valve and flowmeter. A simple turnkey receiving system.
length: 82" width: 51.5" height: 67.5"
The DS-82 waste dump station is the complete solution for waste receiving.
This station has all the functionality of the DS-200, but also includes a full walk-in type enclosure for added temperature and security control. Enclosed are full pH monitoring systems, samplers, and much more. A complete turnkey receiving system.
|Solar Powered||Stations can be powered by solar energy for remote installations|
|Cold Climate Package||Heaters, insulation, and heat tracing can be added to protect the station in cold climates|
|Hot Climate Package||Air conditioners and sunshields can be added to protect the station in hot climates|
|Gate/Door Control||The station can interface with automatic gates and doors if needed|
|Step 1||Hauler connects truck to inlet and turns the switch to "Start"|
|Step 2||Hauler uses swipe card or enters PIN|
|Step 3||Hauler follows display prompts and enters information such as waste type|
|Step 4||Inlet valve opens, "System Ready" light illuminates, and hauler discharges|
|Step 5||Hauler turns the switch to "Done" and a receipt is printed detailing the transaction|