Our Trucking Fleet
Commodity and Waste Hauling is Ecology’s largest transportation division, operating over 600 trucks and 970 trailers of various types and configurations to match the load.
Drayage trailers transport containers to and from the port or to our clients’ locations.
Steel High Side & Low Side End Dumps Trailers
These heavy-duty dump trailers transport materials from job sites or manufacturing facilities with concrete, rep rock, scrap metal, plastics, junked cars, etc. The trailers are self-offloading.
Gravity Dump Trailers
Gravity dump trailers let us top load commodities and haul them to an elevator or rail sitting. They offload from the bottom via gravity discharge into storage hoppers or conveying systems.
Aluminum End Dumps Trailers
These versatile trailers can haul anything from recycled materials to contaminated soil.
Tanker trailers transport bulk liquids — usually chemical, industrial, and food-grade liquids.
Live Floor Trailers
These “dump” trailers are self-loading and offloading, and carry lighter trash like solid waste, green waste, mulch, and other recyclable materials.
Belt trailers transport lightweight aggregate, biosolids, compost, and various other materials.
Dry Van Trailers
Dry van trailers haul everything from palletized new material to bales of recycled products.
Heavy Haul Trailers
These are the baddest boys on the block. They haul oversized equipment, industrial machinery, and break bulk loads.
Flat Bed Trailers
Flatbed trailers let us move everything from new production steel to palletized concrete. They’re the trailers of choice for oversized loads.
As their name suggests, tipper trailers tilt like a dump truck bed and primarily transport solid waste to landfills.