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Here's the latest in sweeping news from our Editor:
United Rotary Brush (URB) has announced the acquisition of the operating assets from West Coast Equipment (WCE), a family-owned business headquartered in Glendale, AZ. WCE is a leading manufacturer of after-market street sweeping brooms in the southwest.
Victory Sweepers has announced the return of previous employee, Dustin Beaver. Beaver, who was at Victory from 2007 to 2010, has returned as a sales associate. He will also provide website and owner's manual update support.
The World Sweeping Association's Featured Contractor for August is Las Vegas-based HR Sweeping. The article includes a 35-minute podcast with the 44-year-old firm's current owner, Sharon Bausch, daughter of HR's founder, Vincent Hacker.
Check out our latest exclusive advance preview of the next issue of SweeperMarket, posted on July 21st. Our monthly online preview provides our readers with at least a full week's headstart on those who won't see the ads until the magazine arrives by mail.
Schwarze Industries has announced its new Supervac UpdraftTM is ready to be sold. The sweeper model has a stainless steel hopper and is a low profile twin engine sweeper on a half-ton V6 chassis. Height is 6' 8" for parking garage access.
We are proud to report that our World Sweeping Companies were recently honored to receive two national APEX Awards for Publication Excellence. One is for the quality of WorldSweeper.com's monthly e-newsletter. The other was given to the World Sweeping Association for the quality and depth of the content of the Association's largely Members-only website.
We have two recent articles with information about previously unreported sweepers. One, the NewGen Sweeper, is mounted onto a golf cart. The other is a Swedish-made sweeper, the DISA-CLEAN 130, is a high-efficiency sweeper that specializes in PM-10 removal.
Several contractors have reported problems with the DPF system on Isuzu chassis. Read the article to find out more and to read Isuzu's response.
In a serious reminder to make sure your sweeper operators get enough sleep, don't get distracted while driving, etc., this link is to a fatal accident where a sweeper in New Jersey rear-ended another vehicle. Preach and teach safety, Safety, SAFETY!
Elgin Sweeper has announced it has joined with NASCAR Green to support a new racetrack drying initiative.
As one of the most enduring brands in North America, Elgin Sweeper joins an elite list of companies that have reached the century mark. Read about their celebration event.
It is with great sadness we announce the passing of David Crews. David was a sweeper salesperson for Schwarze Industries, Elgin Sweeper and, in later years, Victory Sweepers. Our sincere condolences to his mother as well at to brother Chris and all the rest of the Crews family.
The Stewart-Amos Sweeper Company has introduced a new, non-CDL, mechanical broom sweeper called the Starfire S-4XL.
Have you read about the winner of the WorldSweeper.com/World Sweeping Association Award of Excellence in Power Sweeping for 2014?
Sweeper manufacturer, Schwarze Industries, Inc., has announced the hiring of Brian Giles as the company's new Product Manager. Giles previously held the same position for Elgin Sweepers.
Mystic Washer reports the company is now offering a line of electric indoor/outdoor flat surface cleaners, as well as water recapture and standard models.
Did you spot the square, black-and-white QR Code toward the top of the website? If you have a smartphone you may want to scan it – and then read our article about how QR Codes are taking the U.S. internet by storm!
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"If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music, or Shakespeare wrote poetry.
He should sweep streets so well that all the
hosts of heaven and earth will pause to say, here lived a great street sweeper who did his job well."