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Where is all my cardboard?

“What have you done with all our cardboard?? Where’s it all gone?…. this shed is usually full of the stuff every day! Now there’s just this weird machine that looks a bit like The Tardis….” Maybe we should rename our Strautmann BalePress53 waste cardboard baler, ‘The Tardis’….it does hold some 10 plus m3 of empty […]
Automatic baler for bulky cardboard waste

Bulky costly cardboard waste?

Does your business generate really large, bulky cardboard waste like cardboard pallets, octabins, bicycle boxes or photocopier boxes? How difficult and costly is waste like this to handle and send for recycling? We’ve seen clients filling artic trailers, 40 yard skips, hiring in dustcarts and paying for 1,000s of hours of labour each year just […]
bales of cardboard

What does waste say about your business?

Are you fed up looking at mess, loose packaging, skips, bins, bags etc? Are you just waiting for that slip, trip or fall by one of your staff (and the resulting claim)? Does dealing with waste take as much time as dealing with work? Do you gulp (and get ready to lie) when your clients […]

Hope for our future!

Is our glorious waste and recycling sector feeling beaten down, afraid and despondent? Definitely not! From all the innovation, positivity, success, investment, expertise and hope that I see in our industry, I believe we have a key part to play in Great Britain’s future! As British businesses find their new shape, they will be looking […]

Is waste polystyrene filling up your skips with fresh air?

Waste polystyrene filling your skips and costing the earth? Fed up with minimum tonnage charges? Want to spend less and recycle more? The KBM Styropactor Maxi EPS compactor compacts up to 90kg of waste EPS per hour into briks weighing 250-350kg per m3, that we buy for recycling. It’s fully galvanized, on castors and can […]
Worker placing cardboard into a baler

Does baling your cardboard really save you money?

Cardboard baling saves you money right? That’s right. We’re getting paid £10pt for our bales and we’re saving £125pt disposal That’s good…how many bales do you make per day? 2 bales every day And they weigh? 400kg each So 800kg per day, 7 days a week? Yes, 5.6t per week So that saves you £700 […]

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Estimated Weekly Volumes

Based on a 50kg per m3 material density
Visual Size Guide
1100L bin
55kg approx.
8 yard skip
300kg approx.
16 yard skip
600kg approx.
40 yard skip
1500kg approx.