The Benefits of a Baler

Often when a business deals with materials, waste can accumulate fast, taking up time and money that could be spent on tasks of greater importance. Through the use of a baler, baling waste such as cardboard, film, drinks cans, plastics, polythene or other materials can save on costs for disposal and enables you to sell your waste by the tonne for recycling. As a result, fewer collections are needed to dispose of this waste, reducing site traffic, clutter, and overall CO2 emissions.

The BP10 baler is a small, 10 tonne press machine, ideal for a limited space with a lot of clutter.

The AutoLoadBaler makes use of a cart to be loaded into the machine for compression, allowing you to move a then empty cart back to work.

Materials such as cardboard can often be lightweight on their own but take up a lot of space in regular recycling bins, meaning more collections are necessary and more space is used than needed. Depending on which baler you invest in, these machines can hold up to 450kg of waste material, compressing it into a convenient block (or, bale) to be shipped away for recycling.

This process saves companies and other users thousands of hours per year on manual recycling handling. What is saved on labour hours can then be distributed elsewhere for a more efficient use of time and resources.

The semi-automatic CB44 baler is able to be fed continuously, as opposed to a vertical baler which is closed when in cycle – ideal for sites with limited space and the need for high waste output.

The BaleTainer is easy and safe to use. This fully automatic baling press well suited to paper, cardboard, PET, cans and more.

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