Australian Sweeper Corporation (ASC) is the leading national supplier of road and municipality cleaning equipment in Australia with a plethora of compact street sweepers and walk-behind devices on offer to purchase or rent.
Whether you need to clean council footpaths and roads or combat oil and dust, ASC is proud to be a “total solutions” company with a wide range of ever-changing machines available.
To demonstrate this, we recently helped Lithgow Council – located in the western ramparts of the Blue Mountains – to develop a more effective and time-efficient way of cleaning the CBD and surrounding footpaths.
Before working with ASC, the team used the traditional method of petrol blowers and hand brooms as road cleaning equipment.
We recommended the ASC D850 and now, staff members can complete effective street cleaning in a fraction of the time and the residents of Lithgow can enjoy clean footpaths on a daily basis.
Another happy client is J.J. Richards and Sons Pty Ltd, a waste management services based in Wodonga, Victoria. The company recently purchased two ASC products – the ASC Eureka E81 walk-behind scrubber and an ASC MEP walk behind floor sweeper – for their new workshop facilities.
Designed to clean off any oil from the workshop service bay floors and to keep store areas free from dust and grime, staff members have successfully shaved 85% off labour time since purchasing the two ASC models. If you’re interested in learning more about ASC’s leading products and returning clients, read our municipality cleaning case studies below for further information.
Posted on Monday, October 19, 2020
Bundaberg’s Community Impact Services recently took possession of a ASC Eureka M6 Heavy Duty sweeper. The sweeper is to be used in the Material Recovery Facility which is owned by Bundaberg Regional Council, but managed by IMPACT Community Services. The problem. Keeping a waste transfer station clean is a difficult job. There are plastic bottles, resin, metal shavings, dust and general debris scattered all over the sorting areas that need to be swept clean. The Solution. IMPACT recently made inquiries with ASC’s Rafael Rodrigues to identify ways to eliminate labour intensive cleaning methods. They wanted to ensure that the facilityRead More
Posted on Friday, December 6, 2019
TLAP’s responsibility is to keep the city clean and oversee a community lead exposure reduction strategy. The Challenge TLAP went to market recently to explore what machines were best suited to achieve the aim of making the city cleaner and reducing the laden lead on the ground. ASC was invited to demonstrate its machines. The scope of work was to clean the city’s footpaths and CBD area. The material to sweep up included leaves, rocks, debris, glass and paper. The footpaths were very undulated and uneven. The Solution ASC had demonstrated the ASC 125 Footpath Sweeper. It did everything theyRead More
Posted on Wednesday, September 4, 2019
The Challenge Townsville Council had recently made inquiries to invest in a highly maneuverable sweeper that could be used on Magnetics Island. Magnetic Island is an island 8 kilometers offshore from the city of Townsville, Queensland, Australia. This 52 km² mountainous island in Cleveland Bay has effectively become a suburb of Townsville. Their challenge was that they had a tight budget and they needed a machine that was compact, easy to use, service and swept well without creating dust. The Solution Townsville Council elected to invest in a Ex Fleet ASC M6 Diesel sweeper. The machine proved more than capableRead More
Posted on Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Lithgow Council is located on the western ramparts of the Blue Mountains, 140 km west of Sydney. The Challenge Lithgow Council recently investigated their options of mechanizing their CBD and footpath cleaning. They had traditionally used manual labour to clean these areas. They used traditional method of men walking around with petrol blowers and hand brooms. The Solution After researching many sweepers on the market the council decided to invest in a ASC D 850 sweeper. They wanted to make sure that they got a super reliable sweeper. They not only spent time looking at respective drive trains on variousRead More
Posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2019
J.J. Richards and Sons Wodonga recently purchased an ASC Eureka E81 walk behind scrubber and a ASC MEP walk behind floor sweeper for their new workshop facilities. Their investment in the 2 ASC machines will now enable the staff at the JJ Richards to have the tools required to keep all oil and dust off their floors. The 2 ASC machines will save the company more than 85% in labour time compared to manual cleaning using a mop and broom.Read More
Posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2019
J.J. Richards and Sons Pty Ltd is an Australian icon in the waste management services sector. The company has locations Australia wide and a fleet of over 1,800 vehicles and employs over 2,200 people. J.J. Richards and Sons recently purchased a ASC Eureka E100 floor scrubber and the new ASC Eureka M3 rider sweeper for their large Underwood (Queensland) engineering facility. The ASC Eureka E100 ride on floor scrubber was purchased to clean any oil off the workshop service bay floors. The ASC M3 sweeper will be used to keep the driveways & stores areas clean and free from dust.Read More
Posted on Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Liverpool Plains Shire Council has invested in a new ASC Dulevo 850 footpath sweeper. Nestled in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range in central north-west, New South Wales, the council’s diverse and abundantly resourceful Shire is surrounded by picturesque mountains and expands across the vast and bountiful Liverpool Plains. The population centers of Quirindi and Werris Creek Shire are surrounded by a number of smaller villages and hamlets including Blackville, Caroona, Currabubula, Pine Ridge, Premer, Spring Ridge, Wallabadah, and Willow Tree. These vibrant communities now have a new ASC sweeper to keep their townships clean all year round. GoneRead More