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Refuse equipment firms merge.

Two of the oldest and most respected firms in the refuse equipment business have merged, coming more than 60 years of compactor installation and service and incinerator service in one firm.

Apple Incinerator and Compaction Corporation has combined with National Air Correction Corporation.

Apple Incinerator and Compaction Corp., formerly Incinerator correction Corp., was founded more than 30 years ago by Jack Hirsch who now shares the business with his son, Barry, Alan Levitt and Pete Kammas. Ted Black, owners of National Air Correction Corp, has closed his doors and now works out of Apple Incinerator and Compaction Corp.'s office.

By combining the best of both firms, they can offer first-class compactor and incinerator service and service contracts at reasonable prices, including the Apple-Pak#100 Compactor (Manufactured by AIC Corp.).

They back up their confidence in the "Apple-Pak" with a complete two-and three-year guarantee.
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Title Annotation:Building Management, Section I
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Mar 25, 1992
Words:144
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