Our People

The BHS advantage.
We employ the best people in the industry.  It is crucial to our customers’ success that our employees have a broad array of experience, from waste and recycling, material handling, wood products and other operational occupations.  By covering so many industries, we leverage a breadth of knowledge and practical understanding, making us uniquely qualified to solve any challenge.

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Safety in everything we do.
Safety is not just a buzz word to us, it is embedded in our company culture.  From the floor of our manufacturing facility, to our installation and start-up teams, you can be assured that if it’s not being done safely, it’s not being done.  Our plant and equipment designers focus on the safety of your personnel, ensuring all operations and maintenance activities can be performed efficiently and without injury.  We believe that everybody, our employees and our customers alike, should go home at the end of each day the same way they arrived.

Excellence. Experience. Dedication to service.
We enjoy our work, and we think of our customers as partners in what we do.

Waste management companies, material recovery facilities (MRFs) and municipalities around the world choose BHS because of our experience, dedication to innovation and engineering excellence, quality construction and unmatched customer service. The engineering expertise at BHS is the result of years of complex problem solving, and the customer service is a result of the BHS team understanding our customers’ businesses as our own. Our team has invaluable experience operating these facilities and can relate to its customers unlike other manufacturers.

BHS is there.

 

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