The Labrie Environmental Group is a top tier manufacturer of equipment for the solid waste industry in North America whose brands include Labrie™, Leach™ and Wittke™.
Labrie Environmental Group distributes and supports its products via a strong distributor network that spans the United States and Canada, and owns and operates the U.S-based, Labrieplus customer support center and parts center in Oshkosh, WI. The Group differentiates itself from other companies by being the only manufacturer to develop standard-setting technology through design, and by investing heavily in research and development to offer greener, more efficient, smarter, and safer equipment.
Labrie Environmental Group’s clientele ranges from small to large, private entrepreneurs in the waste hauling sector to national waste management service providers, and counts hundreds of small towns and counties, as well as, major municipalities and cities in its customer base.Visit Website
The Automizer™ Right-Hand side loader features a strong, light-weight body with are liable loading arm that can reach farther than any other automated side loader. Having a smooth operating arm is significantly important when maneuvering in tight spaces; our arm is the smoothest operating arm in the industry today due to its low “mass-in-motion” and “under hopper” inline design. This arm is easy to operate with an electric over hydraulic joystick control; and the Zero-Grab low swing out makes collection in narrow spaces a breeze!
The Automizer Helping-Hand, is the ultimate combination of our High Efficiency straight frame ASL body, with the smooth and simple, Helping-Hand automated arm. A low load sill, with access door on the curbside, allows hand loading access, for unmatched versatility and seamless performance.
If you have the occasional need for manual collection, or are planning to transition to fully automated collection, but need an immediate solution, the Automizer Transformer has got you covered. With it’s big 0.5 yd³ loading bucket, you can collect loose bags, bulky or overlooked items, without having to buy a separate truck. And when you’re ready for fully automated collection, you can easily change the bucket to the helping hand grabber, supplied with the truck.
The Alleygator Zero represents the culmination of decades of innovation in waste collection technology. The patented zero radius arm and pendulum packer coupled with advanced hydraulic controls contribute to the lowest Total Cost of Ownership for any product in its class.
The Expert can be used efficiently for manual, semi-automated or fully-automated collection. The hopper can be accessed from both curbside and street side, making collection in alleys and one-way streets quick and productive. With the various configurations and numerous options available, it will be difficult to find an application or solution that we have not already considered!
Throughout our history we have proven our reputation as both an innovator and an industry leader in bringing optimal collection solutions to our customers while delivering the maximum value for every dollar spent. With this in mind, we started considering solutions for short routes, missed pick-ups, parks and recreation, airports, university campuses and all the other places where a nimble and maneuverable smaller truck just makes more sense. The Minimax™ is the Answer. Completely redesigned and built tougher, this truck is the ideal solution for optimizing your route efficiency and reducing costs.
The Sprinter is the ideal choice for those who need reliability and quick route times built into one solid package. The advanced design delivers a lower total vehicle weight and allows for a higher packing capacity than our competitors. This delivers greater flexibility and a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for our customers, compared to other commercial side loader products available.
The Top Select™ is a recycling unit built for manual and semi-automated collection of residential recyclable material. It is the most sold unit in-its-class in North America with over 3,000 vehicles in operation today.