Other Equipment

For more than three decades, BHS has been building high-quality equipment and material processing systems designed and constructed to meet demanding operational needs.  Our extensive experience and industry expertise means that we know you can’t short change yourself on the details.  If you want your system to consistently run at high throughput levels and recovery rates, quality must be built into every aspect of the design.  We manufacture and integrate only the highest quality ancillary equipment, ensuring you the highest returns on your investment.


  • Chainbelt Conveyors
  • Sliderbed and Idler Conveyors
  • Walking Floor Bunkers
  • Automated Container Storage Bins
  • Walkways, Maintenance Access, and Handrails
  • Sort Cabins and Control Rooms

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BHS Max-AI VIS Total nominated for award

The Max-AI Total Visual Identification System (VIS) sorting machine and technology from Eugene, Oregon-based Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) has been selected as a finalist for the 2024 Plastics Recycling Awards Europe 2024 in the category of Recycling Machinery Innovation of the Year.

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AI-enabled robots enhance waste sortation at California Material Recovery Facility

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Integrated Material and Energy Recovery Facility

On December 5, 2023, the Lane County Board of County Commissioners voted 3-2 to build a state-of-the-art Integrated Material and Energy Recovery Facility (IMERF) in Goshen, Oregon.

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Webinar dives into automation, verifiable material composition

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