Navistar used WasteExpo as an opportunity to unveil its new International LoadStar, a light-weight low cab forward truck specifically designed for the waste/refuse industry.
Navistar's International LoadStar features a stainless steel cab -- an industry first -- which the manufacturer says will minimize corrosion and increase durability.
On the floor of the Exhibit Hall, Impact Plastics demonstrates its container lids' ability to shed water.
This hat, for sale at the EIA Women’s Council Boutique, makes plain the question our industry asks and answers every day.
Beautiful handbags for sale at the EIA Women’s Council Boutique were fashioned from materials like used candy wrappers and old soda cans.
Proceeds from the sale of items like these clutches made from interwoven soda pull-tabs will help fund the EIA Women's Council scholarships. Tags on the items include links to online info about the person who made each item.
I am, I am Super Recycler and I can recycle anything...
A working miniature model of a material recovery facility.
Many WasteExpo attendees were surprised to find themselves attending an actual wedding on the floor of the exhibit hall. The event featured not one but three Elvis impersonators serving as witnesses.
The bridal party poses for pictures in front of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
His matrimonial duties concluded, this Elvis impersonator wandered the exhibit hall in a fruitless search for a peanut butter, banana and bacon sandwich.
Attendees walk the floors as the WasteExpo 2012 exhibition gets under way.
Waste Pro CEO John Jennings greets WasteExpo attendees at the company's booth in the Exhibit Hall.
Freightliner staff welcome visitors to their snazzy-looking booth.
WasteExpo attendees stop to chat in the Environmental Industry Associations Hall of Fame section of the conference.
Brian Thomas of Alcoa Wheel & Transportation Products shows off one of the company's products it's marketing to the waste industry, a lighter-weight aluminum wheel.
The future CEO of the Environmental Industry Associations, Sharon Kneiss, talks with a vendor of MRF sorting equipment.
The availability of free tickets to an evening event featuring 80s rock mainstay Foreigner made the Waste Connections booth a hopping place.
Manning the Cornerstone Environmental Group LLC booth are the company's Adam Larky (left), Garth Bowers and Bruce Schmucker.
Day two of WasteExpo 2012 offered some surprising sights and an impressive attendance.
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