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Cardboard Balers for Sale Near You

We have a range of cardboard balers to suit your needs, delivered directly to you. To gain a more accurate insight into exactly how long it would take from purchase to delivery, feel free to give us a call today and we can provide you with more information. The baler you need will depend on […]

How to Bale Cardboard

With the range of cardboard balers we stock, the optimal way to create a bale stays relatively consistent. In some product pages a video demonstration is available to show you how to load, operate, and unload the baler. You will want to utilise the space within the baler chamber as effectively as possible so to […]

Mobile Balers with Generators

What are the possibilities of using a generator to power a mobile baler? With mobile balers comes the ability to take them on the road, perhaps to tour events such as fayres, fêtes or festivals. This portability saves on skip pickup and CO2 emissions as a result of frequent pickups. Through the use of a […]

The Best Commercial Food Compactor

When it comes to compacting food, the types of clients usually looking to buy are those overwhelmed by the amount of waste on their premises. This can extend from coffee shops to restaurants and beyond to festivals where food is thrown away in droves. You may need a compactor that can deal with a high […]

How to Choose the Right Waste Compactor

The right waste compactor for you will be different to the right compactor for somebody else. It all depends on your needs. Why do you need a compactor?Our range of compactors differ from one to the next and with so much to choose from, the pressure to make the correct decision, to choose the machine […]
A blue BP28 baler with its door ajar. Within can be seen a compacted bale of plastic with the compactor device rests atop the bale.

Wire Baler Machines

A wire baler machine is that which uses wire to tie up bales, as opposed to those which use straps that tend to be mounted on top or at the back of a baler. Wire can be used to hold the large, heavy bales in place, ensuring they are secure for transportation. This is done […]

The Best Box Compactors

When considering the ‘best’ box compactors, you may think of the compactor with the highest amount of pressure; a compactor that saves on space and time. Here we will take a look at the variety of box compactors we offer, each specialized in different ways to deliver the best service. What matters is what you […]
L&M SPS Portable Screw Compactor

Waste Compactors: What Are the Differences?

The distinction between waste compactors is important when deciding what to use for your business. There are a number of factors to consider and because of this, there are compactors for all needs. But what are the differences? The first thing you may want to establish before looking into compactors is what sort of waste […]

How to Make a Cardboard Bale

Making a cardboard bale varies depending on the baler, although the method is relatively similar across the board. Let’s run down some of the typical cardboard balers and address how to go about creating the optimal bale. AutoLoadBaler The AutoLoadBaler comes equipped with a cart to dispense waste into before it’s loaded into the baler […]

Baler Safety (Dos and Don’ts)

Balers are designed to be easy to use, cutting down on technical jargon and long manuals with diagrams for a thousand buttons. At the end of the day, if you’ve employed the use of a baler for your business the odds of taking a large amount of time to pour over lengthy instructions are slim […]

Space-Saving Balers

When it comes to saving space, a baler can be a top priority for those looking to cut down on waste volume. But what about when you don’t have much space to spare in the first place? You may need a baler that’s more discreet – one that does what you need of it without […]

The Best Compactor to Buy

The best compactor for you depends entirely on your needs and the needs of your business. You wouldn’t buy a large skip compactor if you were working from home; equally you wouldn’t opt for an in-bin compactor for a large construction site. In this way, what is best is circumstantial. Let’s say you work out […]

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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.