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Efficient recycling is essential wherever there is a waste product waiting to be recovered, recycled and reused. Our recycling equipment can be used at every step along the recycling journey to improve efficiency.

Step 1: manufacturers

It all starts at the manufacturer, where packaging materials and unused and waste raw materials must be collected ready for a second, third and fourth life.

If your waste material has to be transported off site, compacting it into regular sized bales will allow you to reduce the footprint of your waste, making your facility work harder and requiring less collections. You will also be able to transport more material per vehicle movement, reducing cost and emissions.

In addition, by taking control of your own waste, you can trade valuable recovered materials, turning a waste cost into a revenue stream. 

Step 2: retailers 

Larger retailers and retail locations can benefit from taking responsibility for their own recovered material management. Installing a baler at a central site allows for the production of high quality bales of non-contaminated packaging materials such as cardboard, paper and plastic. These can then be traded on the recovered commodities market, reducing operational costs.

Step 3: logistics providers

Because retailers often align recycling with a reverse logistics function, our equipment is frequently located in distribution centres or warehouses. This allows cardboard and plastic packaging waste to be returned to a central location where it can be inspected, baled and traded.

Step 4: waste management and recycling facilities 

Our larger equipment is ideally suited to local authority and commercial waste management and recycling facilities. Whether in a transfer station, MRF or a merchant facility, our high throughput balers and rugged conveyors make it easy to store and transport a wide variety of materials. Our LP Series balers can quickly switch between different materials and need little supervision, allowing operators to focus on quality control and vehicle movements.

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