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WASTE AND RECYCLING BALERS

SAVE MONEY ON WASTE

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RECYCLING BALERS & WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS  COMPANIES


Baler Model 305 is a deep chamber baler perfect for different cardboard box sizes and plastic bagsBaler Model 306 is a versatile baler for larger amounts of  cardboard and plasticBaler Model 509HD is the baler for large amounts of cardboard and plastic

DISTRIBUTION / LOGISTICS


Within the distribution and logistics industry there are various amounts and types of packaging to be dealt with, particularly plastic and cardboard. 

The Mil-tek range of air powered balers are the ideal solution to reduce waste management cost by sorting, baling and recycling. The balers can be placed inside or outside, ideally close to the source so that time can be saved by placing the packaging directly into the baler, avoiding time spent taking waste to outside bins/skips. With small footprint balers for low volumes and small box sizes right through to larger balers with wide door openings, cardboard boxes can be place whole into the baler without the need for breaking down or flat packing.

IMPROVE INTERNAL LOGISTICS


By sorting, baling and recycling plastic and cardboard, waste costs can be reduced by up to 80%.

There is a variety of ways you can improve logistics dependent on your site set up and layout. Where waste is generated in multiple areas, a popular method is to strategically place plastic bag stands or small balers close to the source of waste, saving time, space and money. The modern waste technique of segregating and baling packaging waste using strategically placed recycling points, has resulted in an increase in productivity across a range of businesses.

DISTRIBUTION / LOGISTICS VIDEO SOLUTIONS


ASDA - Baler Model 509 for Plastic
Asda
Baler Model 509
for Plastic
Pickfords - Baler Model 205 for Plastic and Cardboard Pickfords
Baler Model 205
for Plastic and Cardboard