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Garbage Truck Leasing

Garbage trucks and recycling equipment are expensive, they last a long time and they are very necessary to municipal operations.  But you don't have to swallow the whole cost through a single budget appropriation.

Why Pay In Advance
     Spread the Cost over Multiple Budgets...Pay As You Go!
The very good new is that our "pay as you go," municipal leasing may be the perfect fit.  Our very low interest, tax-exempt municipal leasing rates increase your buying power today, while spreading those same costs of these vehicles over their 5-10 year useful life.  Leasing matches costs against budget appropriation and/or assessments and user fees, the result is these trash trucks may can pay for themselves.

First Capital will also provide municipal lease financing for poly-carts for solid waste, recycling, yard waste and refuse.  Tell us how many containers let us show you how effectively municipal leasing can spread your poly-cart costs out.   


Let us show you!
Let us provide a real sample quote on your projected capital expense, over the term or terms of your choice. 

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Garbage Trucks
& Recycling Equipment Leasing!

Any Configuration, Any Amount
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