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com·pac·tor

or com·pact·er  (kəm-păk′tər, kŏm′păk′-)
n.
An appliance that compresses trash for ease of disposal.
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What is a man but a finer and compacter landscape than the horizon figures,-- nature's eclecticism?
Tenders are invited for Spares For Escort Sc 5250 Soil Compacter
On ne prend jamais ou presque le soin de curer la cavite ou encore de compacter le bitume pour lui donner plus d'adherence au sol.
The discharge of the cargo had also been delayed as a track compacter, used to crush gravel, had shifted and was blocking the exit ramps.
They hold eight times more waste than similar sized street bins without a solar compacter.
Le projet 2013 etait une [beaucoup moins que]scolarite virtuelle[beaucoup plus grand que] qui consiste en un systeme qui va compacter toutes les administrations d'universites en guichets automatiques.
To be sure to receive a good and homogenous compaction a roller compacter should thus be used, however, for efficiency the compaction with a caterpillar only is also possible, particularly on slopes with inclinations flatter than 1:3.
Gervais has already brought in a compacter to level the road and prevent truck tires from kicking up loose rocks into car windshields.
In 2003, EDCO also received a serious citation for not having employees use lockable controls on a compacter and failing to have adequate written safety procedures.
You don't have to compact; you don't have to use the compacter trucks, which are prohibitively expensive.