Premier Compaction Systems
264 Lackawanna Avenue
Woodland Park, NJ 07424
Premier Compaction Systems (PCS) is currently providing expert service for all phases of the waste equipment industry in the New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Northeastern Pennsylvania region. The current PCS client base consists of retail, manufacturing, condo/apartment complexes, distribution, pharmaceutical, packaging, schools, hospitals, municipals (Department of Public Works), supermarkets, and nursing homes. PCS has on staff repair experts, preventative maintenance specialist, metal fabricators, installation and design engineers. PCS application engineers can develop a design that can save your budget in installation cost as well as future repairs and maintenance
PCS has expanded our fleet of service vehicles to meet the needs of a growing client base. PCS has the ability to provide prompt service and repairs that do not require a second and sometimes third visit. PCS will provide and in-depth overview of the equipment being serviced while our technician is on site. This valuable service we provide our clients has saved thousands in avoided future repair costs.
PCS recently completed several installs that finished under budget, and included quality workmanship that exceeds industry standards. PCS will visit your facility at NO CHARGE to evaluate the current condition of your equipment and make recommendations. PCS maintains a service client base of over 300 satisfied customers and will provide a list of references upon request. The PCS staff looks forward to service your next maintenance, problem, or upgrade and provide a quote for future installations.
Congratulations! NJBIZ and NJMEP along with our event sponsor ChonReznick LLP are pleased to announce that Premier Compaction Systems has been selected as a finalist in the Manufacturer of the Year (up to 50 employees) category in the 2015 New Jersey Manufacturing Awards program.
The Manufacturing Awards program celebrates New Jersey companies for their outstanding accomplishments in helping our manufacturing community grow and prosper. Finalists will be recognized and the winner in each category will be announced during the New Jersey Manufacturing Day event.
Congratulations once again on being named a finalist in the 2015 New Jersey Manufacturing Awards. We wish you and your organization continued success and look forward to personally congratulating you on October 2nd!
Thomas F. Curtin
Dear Premier Compaction Cystems LLC,
Wherever I go in our city, people from all walks of life come up to me, literally grabbing me by the arm, all saying the same thing: “I’ve got to talk to you, because I don’t know if I can afford to stay here. I don’t know if I’m going to be priced out of my own city.”
Yesterday, working with the City Council, we won the most progressive, strongest affordable housing requirements in the country—something that means this WILL remain OUR city for generations.
We just changed the rules of the game in two major ways.
First—New York City now has the strongest affordable housing requirement for developers of any city in the nation. Our new rules say that developers can ONLY build in newly rezoned neighborhoods if they build affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families.
Second—we made major updates to decades-old land-use rules—rules from a time before anyone could imagine the cost of housing being what it is today. Our new rules have cleared the way to build more senior affordable housing more quickly, because our elders deserve to live in dignity in the communities they helped to build.
These two leaps are critical as we undertake the largest and most ambitious affordable housing program in the history of this country.
Our plan will secure 200,000 affordable apartments by 2024—enough for half a million people. It’s a plan that delivers for seniors, for people with disabilities, for veterans and for working people of all kinds—from carwash workers to teachers and first responders.
We won’t let people be pushed aside because they can’t afford this city.
We are protecting the city we were meant to be—One New York We ALL Can Live In.
Mayor Bill de Blasio