Roll-Off Roaster

Averett, Steven
February 2011
Waste Age Exclusive Insight;2/ 1/2011, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on how John Bohata from Long Island, New York used computer-aided design (CAD) software to design a smoke trailer called the Grilla for Sean Winters. It says that Bohata was a truck designer for the waste industry and currently manages a freelance design and fabrication shop. It says that the Grilla which looks like a roll-off truck, was painted with New York Jets color and is only 40 inches high.


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