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  • Watch: What’s it like working with Atmos?

    When your landfill starts working with Atmos Technologies, you’ll go through our tried-and-true four-step process. First, we’ll investigate your landfill. Then, we’ll design your solution. Next, we’ll implement it. And finally, we’ll maintain your equipment. In this video, VP of landfill solutions Paul Tuckner covers: Watch it now and get in touch to learn how […]

  • Watch: Alternative daily cover from Atmos Technologies

    While dirt is the most common type of daily cover, it isn’t the only option – nor is it always the best. Atmos’ Daily Cover system is a cost-effective, foam-based alternative that helps landfills tackle their pressing daily cover challenges. But what exactly is it? In this video, regional account manager Jared Watson explains: Watch […]

  • Watch: Field service from Atmos Technologies

    Atmos Technologies’ service techs pride themselves on their quick response times. But their ability to get their customers back up and running within 48 hours isn’t the only factor that sets Atmos’ field service apart from the crowd. In this video, field service director Daniel Miller covers: Watch it now and get in touch to […]

  • Case study: California city restores road surfaces with recycled asphalt pavement technology

    In recent years, the municipality of Montebello started a $5.4 million initiative to rid its neighborhoods of potholes. Major streets were falling apart, spurring car accidents that averaged almost $600 per repair.  One winter, after bearing the weight of rush hour traffic, Montebello’s northern freeway caved into a 75-foot-long pothole. The prevalence of patching and […]

  • Case Study: How Atmos helped this Caribbean paradise combat chronic fires and fowl play

    The debris left in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria created a swell in the U.S. Virgin Islands’ (USVI) waste stream. Remnants of buildings and uprooted trees cluttered the roadways, disrupting the lives of some 100,000 residents. Many abandoned their vehicles and homes. The damages were irreversible. In total, 72 miles of refuse needed […]